Google Pixel 7 Pro Leaked: Camera Visor Will Most Probably Stay; Launch In October?
The Pixel 7 Pro is expected to make its debut around October, and the leaks have already started to emerge.
The last time it was CAD-based renders back in February.
Phone Cases Already Available
This time around they are images of the phone’s look, which are more or less confirmed by a set of newly outed renders showing the phone in a case.
These “phone in a case” renders come from various case makers who get the dimensions of the phone ahead of launch so that the case can fit the device.
For these phones, they are already available to order and cost under $3.
The leak also reveals some important details for the manufacture of a case – like the positions of buttons and camera islands.
It will have a horizontal bar housing the triple camera unit and an LED flash.
The bottom edge of the case appears to have a cutout for a pair of speakers and a USB-C port.
A big takeaway is that the camera visor on the back remains, and it wasn’t just a one time thing for the Pixel 6 family.
Close To Pixel 6
In fact, the entire design of the Pixel 7 Pro appears reminiscent of its predecessor- with features such as the curved screen, triple rear camera system and placement of the LED flash.
A front camera does not appear in the renders but rumors are swirling that there will be a centered hole-punch camera on the 7 Pro, just like on the 6 Pro.
Ultimately, the Pixel 7 Pro resembles its predecessor, albeit with more pronounced camera lenses.
Screen, Camera Setup
Past rumors also said that the 7 Pro will sport a 6.7-inch QHD+ AMOLED display with a 120 Hz refresh rate and in-screen fingerprint sensor.
It could also get the same 50MP (main) + 48MP (telephoto) + 12MP (ultrawide) triple camera setup that the Pixel 6 Pro had.
However, there should also be some improved software optimizations for capturing better images.
First Android 13 Device
A second-generation Google Tensor chipset is likely to power the device, which may include the Exynos 5300 modem.
The phones will also be the first to ship with Android 13, the first beta for which Google released last week.
Color options may include Stormy Black, Kinda Coral, Sorta SeaFoam, and Cloudy White.
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