While the Google Pixel 7 series was confirmed months ahead of its expected launch, at the company’s annual tech conference Google IO 2022, there is still a lot we do not know about the upcoming phone and its pro sibling.
Some images were shown by Google and it detailed some of the specs of the Google Pixel 7 and the Pixel 7 Pro, so surprisingly, we have a firm idea of what the handset would be like, given the fact that it has not been fully unveiled yet.
Well, this content would be taking you through everything you need to know about the Google Pixel 7 series, both things that are confirmed by the company and, after that, what leaks and rumors are pointing towards.
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Google Pixel 7 Release Date and Price
Google has confirmed that we would be getting a full announcement of the Pixel 7 line on October 6, so there is not long to wait. That date is no surprise either, as all the previous model was unveiled in October of their release year, except the Google Pixel 5, which was announced on the 30th of September.
Along with that announcement, the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 pro is most likely to go on sale a week or two based on the past form which means probably sometime between October 13 and October 20.
We are expecting the price to fall in line with the Pixel 6 range. The standard model for that begins at $599 / £599 / AU$999, While the Pixel 6 pro is expected to start at $899 / £849 / AU$1,299.
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Google Pixel 7 Confirmed Facts
The major detail we know about the Google Pixel 7 series is the design, and it is not too different from the Pixel 6. As stated by Google, this bar is now one continuous piece that includes the frame of the phone, and all are created from recycled aluminum.
The Phone is expected to run the next version of Google’s Tensor chipset, which Google Has confirmed to be called the Tensor G2. Also, Google has revealed the colors that the phone would be available in.
The Phone would be coming in Obsidian, snow, and lemongrass, while the Google Pixel 7 would be available in a choice of Obsidian, Snow, or Hazel. Also, we are aware that the phone would be running in the latest Android OS pre-installed, which is Android 13.
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Specs and Features
At the moment, Google has not revealed much about the Pixel 7 line’s specs. However, as stated previously, Google stated that it would be powered by the tensor Processor and ship with Android 13.
Rumors have indicated that the display on the pixel 7 series would be largely unchanged. As spotted by 9to5Google, Google has launched some new specs that seem to indicate that the pixel 7 series would feature the same basic display tech as the pixel series 6. This simply means that the Vanilla Pixel 7 would likely have up to about 90Hz refresh rate, while the pro model would get a 120Hz refresh rate.
Also, it looks like both models could make use of the same Samsung display panels as their predecessors. While the 7 Pro could be identical in size compared to its predecessor, the Pixel 7’s display might be slightly smaller, coming in at 1mm narrower and 2mm shorter than the baseline pixel 6.
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When it comes to the camera experience, all leaked and official imagery of the phones now show a dual rear camera system for the Pixel 7 and a triple rear camera setup for the Pro Model. It seems most likely that Google would maintain a main/ultrawide setup for the standard phone and a main/ultrawide/periscope system for the pro device.
More details were unveiled on July 26, when developer Kuba Wojciechowski seemingly uncovered the hardware Google intends to use. To begin with, the Pixel 7 and the Pixel 7 Pro might make use of the same 50MP Isocell GN1 main camera sensors and 12MP Sony IMX381 ultrawide shooters as found on the Pixel 6 lineup.
When it comes to Selfie Shooting, Both the Pixel 7 Series Models could see the 11MP Samsung 3J1 sensor. The Pixel 7 Pro Also could switch out the 48MP Sony IMX586 in its telephoto slot for a 48MP Samsung GM1 Sensor instead.
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