Google Pixel 7 series is ready to launch in the second half of the year. The renders of the Google Pixel 7 Pro 5G have dropped hints at what we can expect in the future of design. The flagship model is expects to include a redesigned camera module. While we stand in line for the declaration, the back case of the smartphone has been out, the kindness of TechGoing. The design is consistent with the phone’s CAD renders.
Google Pixel 7 Pro resembles the Google Pixel 6 Pro from last year. It is to come with slim bezels and a horizontal bar on the back panel. Smartphone may be housing the camera sensors and an LED flash. A similar design can be seen in the newly leaked case. However, unlike the Google Pixel 6, the Google Pixel 7 Pro series may not make its debut in India.
Google Pixel 7 Pro Back Case
Google’s next-generation flagship smartphones expect to use a second-generation Google Tensor SoC and a new Samsung Exynos modem. The Google Pixel 7 series is still in the early stages of development.
According to the renderings that have appeared online, the periscope telephoto lens on the phone’s back panel’s camera bar detaches from the other two lenses.
With the Google Pixel 6 and Google Pixel 6 Pro released last year, Google overhauled the look of its Pixel series flagship smartphones. However, it currently seems that the corporation will make minimal modifications to its replacement.
The smartphone will likely include a curved OLED display measuring 6.7-inch or 6.8-inch. Google’s forthcoming flagship phone is likely to have a QHD+ (1440p) screen resolution and a refresh rate of 120Hz. Despite difficulties with current-generation handsets, it is also likely to keep providing an under-display fingerprint sensor.
According to a February rumour, the smartphone would employ the second-generation Google Tensor SoC paired with a new Samsung Exynos modem. The internal model designations for the Google Pixel 7 5G, the second-generation Tensor SoC, and the Samsung Exynos modem is also there on the study.
According to Google’s past Pixel flagship smartphone launches, the next Pixel 7 series might get launch around October of this year. All Nexus and Pixel smartphones released before the Google Pixel 6 series were named after fish or other marine creatures. The Pixel 6 series’ flagship smartphones codename was Oriole and Raven last year.
This year, Google is reportedly planning to use feline-themed codenames for its devices. The upcoming Pixel 7 and Pro have internal model names of Cheetah and Panther, respectively.