Google teased the Pixel 7 series’ release during their annual developer conference, Google I/O 2022. The rumoured debut is scheduled for October, and it has been customary for Google Pixel smartphones to leak fully several months before their official release. Over the weekend, a video of the Google Pixel 7 Pro retail unit unboxing appeared online, offering us a look at the phone from all sides.
The Pixel 7 Pro’s look is identical to the official design images revealed by Google, as can be seen in the video that was posted on Facebook. On the rear, a camera strip made of aluminium with a pill-shaped cutout and a small circular cutout for the sensors is present. Additionally, we also get a glimpse of the LED flash. The official Google Pixel animation sequence appears on the screen as soon as the device boots up. This implies that the Google phone is an actual product and not a mockup or a prototype.
Google Pixel 7 Pro Specifications (Rumoured)
The next Google flagship smartphone’s specs are not shown in the unboxing video. According to rumours, the Google Pixel 7 Pro will include a 6.7-inch QHD+ AMOLED screen with a 120Hz refresh rate. Furthermore, it will reportedly keep its curved design, with a punch-hole cutout in the middle housing the selfie camera. A triple camera arrangement is planned for the rear. The 50MP primary camera and 12MP ultrawide camera in the Pixel 7 series are both reportedly included. A 48MP telephoto camera sensor with 2x optical zoom is likely what Google will include in the Pro model.
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Additionally, a new Tensor second-generation processor will be present inside the Pixel 7 series powering the handsets. The phones are expected to include 256GB of internal storage and up to 12GB of RAM. The Pro version could include a 5,000mAh battery and support 33W fast charging. Both phones are expected to run the latest Android 13 build out of the box.