Reportedly, Google is working on a new Pixel phone with a high-end display. Last week, some of the key specs of the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro were revealed based on the data found from the code of the Android Open Source Project. Some of the codes were traced back to specific devices due to the mention of the terms, C10 and P10.
The term C10 stands for Cheetah which is the code designated for the Pixel 7 Pro. On the other hand, the term P10 stands for Panther, designated to the Pixel 7.
Additionally, two more codenames were found for the upcoming Pixel generation. Just like the previous ones, these are also feline names. The codenames are Felix and Lynx. It is speculated that one of the codenames is for the Pixel 7a which is under development and that leaves the last codename for the mysterious Pixel device. It is possible that this unknown device is the delayed Pixel Notepad Foldable that is speculated to be powered by the 2nd gen tensor chip.
Google is reportedly working on a completely new type of display besides working on the new displays for the C10 and P10. This is logged as the G10. As previously discussed, there hasn’t been any news on a G-marked Pixel device and this is making the process of figuring out the mysterious device, even more puzzling.
This new G10 device will obviously run Android and it will most likely run by the Tensor chip. That makes this new device a part of the Pixel series.
As far as we know, this G10 device is not a part of the Pixel A-series as it will be running a 120Hz display like the previous Pixel 6 Pro. The display is also being made by BOE, which is a Chinese display OEM instead of Samsung. But it has identical specs to the Pixel 6 Pro; like a 1440 x 3120 resolution, 120Hz refresh rate, and 71 x 155mm size. The size and the resolution of the display also eliminate the possibility of this mysterious device being the Pixel Tablet that is supposed to be released in 2023.