How to Adjust System Display Size on Google Pixel 7

This post will walk you through configuring the Android 13 display settings that would make the system interface on the latest Pixel smartphone bigger or smaller than its default size. Here’s a quick guide to adjust the system display size on Google Pixel 7.

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Aside from the system font size, you can also increase and decrease the default size of your Pixel 7's display. All you have to do is configure the Display Size option from the Display size and text menu.

Depicted below is a quick walkthrough on how to access and manage this display setting on the newest Google Pixel smartphone. Feel free to refer to this guide if you need help adjusting your Google phone's display size.

  1. When ready, access the Apps tray by swiping up from the bottom of the Home screen and then tap the Settings icon. The settings icon is represented by a gear-shaped figure.

    Alternatively, you can swipe down from the top of the screen to launch the quick settings panel and then launch the settings app by tapping on the same gear icon from there. Either way will take you to the same Settings menu of your device.

  2. Once you’re in the Settings menu, scroll to find Display from the given options and then tap on it to proceed.

    Display-related features and settings will load up on the next screen.

  3. To continue, scroll to find and then tap Display size and text.

    Another menu opens with different controls to adjust the system display size and text.

  4. Navigate to the Display Size section and then drag the slider to the left or right accordingly.

    Dragging the slider to the left makes everything on the display smaller while dragging it to the right makes everything bigger. Again, you can use the Minus (-) or Plus (+) to make the same changes to the display size.

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A preview is also made available on the upper portion of the display so that you will see how the display actually looks based on the recent adjustments or changes you’ve made.

Alternatively, you can access and manage the Display size through the Pixel 7’s accessibility menu.

  • To do so, simply head over to Settings-> Accessibility-> Display menu and then look for the Display size and text option. 
  • Once located, tap on it to access the menu where you can adjust the display size using the provider slider.

Recent changes you’ve made will immediately reflect in the entire system display except for some third-party apps that do not support the same feature.

Should you wish to make necessary adjustments, just repeat the same steps to head back to the display text and size menu and then use the display size slider according to your display needs and preferences.

And that’s how you adjust the system display size on the new Google Pixel 7 smartphone.

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