The Pixel 7 Pro is 50/50 made by…Samsung

Counterpoint Research carried out a survey in which it analyzed the costs of all the individual components of Google’s Pixel 7 Pro. Well, according to this study, 51% of these costs are attributable to Samsung: yes, you got it right, no typo. For example, only the display QHD+ AMOLED represents 20% of the entire cost of the device. The costs relating to the construction of the various photographic sensors, starting from the main one, are also to be attributed to the South Korean company ISOCELL GN1.

Traces of the well-known South Korean company can also be found in the antennas mmWavedeveloped in collaboration with Murataas well as for the RAMbuilt together with Micron. As for the processor Tensor G2 – developed by Google itself together with Samsung – it represents 7% of the total cost of the components. In this regard, it is rumored that the realization of this processor and the Titan M2 will require an additional cost of 10$ compared to the previous generation.

Other manufacturers have also contributed to the Pixel 7 Pro, such as Skyworkswhich provided various modules for the cellular and WiFi network, and SK Hynix, which signed 128 GB NAND Flash modules built using the UFS Gen 3.1 standard. As for the 5,000mAh battery modules, he’s thought about that Sunwoda Electronic While ATL provided the actual cells. NXP, on the other hand, was in charge of the fast charging chip while IDT of the wireless charging coil. All in all, it costs Google around $500 to produce one unit of the Pixel 7 Pro 413 dollars, figure to which additional expenses must be added, such as that relating to marketing.

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