Colors and Chipset of the Google Pixel 7 Confirmed

The colors and chipset of the Google Pixel 7 were confirmed just hours before the launch of the iPhone 14. A trio of shades for each phone has been confirmed.

Colors and Chipset of the Google Pixel 7 Confirmed

Colors and Chipset of the Google Pixel 7 Confirmed

It’s really no accident that Google is now sharing the details of the pixel 7 lineup on the very day that the apple iPhone 14 is about to go on launch. I mean, after all, if there is any company out there that can steal some of Apple’s shine is Samsung or Google. But even at that we are not really expecting anything else huge from the galaxy fold phone maker this year.

Google Revealed That the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro Would Be Unveiled Fully On October 6

The company first revealed that the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro would be unveiled fully on October 6. And now, through its online store and also spotted by Phone Arena, Google has now revealed the colors you will be getting the pixel 7 line up phones in. that being said, in the case of the Google Pixel 7, the color choices are Obsidian, Lemongrass or snow, while the Pixel 7 pro, on the other hand, is snow, Obsidian or Hazel.

Not the wildest type of selection just in case you were expecting something wild and each model also has only one unique shade. The snow and obsidian color options are basically black and white, while the lemongrass on the other hand is a greenish yellow and the hazel lastly is a greyish green.

Google Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro Will Be Sporting the Google Tensor G2 Chipset

Google alongside the colors has also revealed the chipset the phones will be utilizing. Already we know that the phones will be sporting the next generation of the tensor chipset as seen in the pixel 6 line, but now we also have the name and it is the Google Tensor G2.

The company promises that this very chipset will bring “even more helpful, personalized features to photos, videos, security, and speech recognition.” Going by the previous versions, however, it is very much unlikely to match the raw power of the Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1 which at the moment is the top android chipset, let alone the A16 Bionic that we are all expecting to be seen in the iPhone 14 Pro and the iPhone 14 Pro Max phones.


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