What you need to know
- A new leak shows off renders of what could be the Google Pixel 7 Pro.
- The renders reveal a generally similar design to last year's Pixel 6 Pro.
- A separate leak also uncovers the supposed renders of the vanilla Pixel 7 in line with the Pro version.
Some key details about the upcoming Google Pixel 7 series emerged a few days ago thanks to a new leak claiming that Google was working on three devices, with two of them supposedly powered by the Tensor 2 chipset.
We didn't have any renders or sketches to go along with the leak then, so we had no idea what the Google Pixel 6 series successor would look like. Today, thanks to a couple of leaks, we may have our first look at the Pixel 7 and 7 Pro.
Reliable leaker Steve Hemmerstoffer (@OnLeaks), in collaboration with SmartPrix, has tweeted a number of 5K renders of what he claims to be the Pixel 7 Pro. Interestingly, the phone resembles the Pixel 6 Pro as far as the renders go, with a camera bar wrapping around the back of the phone. The screen might also be a 6.7-inch or 6.8-inch display, which is in the same ballpark as the Pixel 6 Pro.
That said, there are a few notable differences. For example, the camera lenses on the Pixel 7 Pro renders look bigger than those on its predecessor. The dimensions are a bit different as well, with the Pixel 7 Pro measuring 163 x 76.6 x 8.7mm. If this is correct, the upcoming device will be slightly thinner than the Pixel 6 Pro, but wider and taller.
In a separate tweet, @xLeaks7 also published some supposed CAD-based renders of the regular Pixel 7. It also looks the same as its predecessor.
Regardless, Google does not appear to be introducing a significantly different design for its flagship phones this year, as it has in previous years.
Of course, Google is still several months away from taking the wraps off its next answer to the best Android phones, so it would be wise to take these renders with a grain of salt.
Google Pixel 6
The Google Pixel 6 features the company's in-house Tensor processor, which adds a slew of new AI features to an already impressive device. This includes the Magic Eraser feature and faster Google Assistant to assist you in getting more done.
Jay Bonggolto always keeps a nose for news. He is a tech journalist based in the Philippines who has been writing about consumer tech for the past six years and has been using various Android phones since falling in love with Jelly Bean. When he's not writing, he likes to spend time outside, stealing scenes with his phone camera.
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