Google has confirmed that it will launch the next-generation Google Pixel 7 series of smartphones on October 6 in the global market. The Google Pixel 7 series will consist of the vanilla Google Pixel 7 and the Google Pixel 7 Pro. Ahead of the launch, the storage variants of the Google Pixel 7 series of smartphones for the European market have leaked. Let’s take a look.
Google Pixel 7 Series Storage Variants Leaked
According to tipster Roland Quandt, the Google Pixel 7 series of smartphones, including the Google Pixel 7 and the Google Pixel 7 Pro, will be offered in two memory configurations. The base variants of both devices will come with 128GB internal storage, while the top-tier variants will have 256GB onboard memory. It is likely that other regions will also follow suit, and the Google Pixel 7 lineup will be made available in these two memory variants worldwide.
Google Pixel 7 Series Expected Specifications
The Google Pixel 7 lineup is said to feature incremental upgrades over its predecessor Google Pixel 6 series. The Google Pixel 7 Pro is tipped to come with a triple rear camera setup, including a 50MP main camera (Samsung GN1), a 13MP ultra-wide angle camera (Sony IMX368), and a 48MP telephoto camera. The vanilla Google Pixel 7 is expected to ditch the telephoto camera, but the remaining two camera will make their way to the Google Pixel 7 as well, if reports are to be believed.
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Furthermore, both devices will be powered by Google’s latest Tensor G2 processor. As far as the displays are concerned, the Google Pixel 7 Pro is expected to come with a 6.7-inch 120Hz OLED panel, while the standard Google Pixel 7 will make do with a smaller 6.4-inch 90Hz OLED panel. Both devices are expected to boot Android 13 out of the box.
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