Rumor has it that leaks have begun to occur regarding Google’s 2022 flagship mobile phone, the Pixel 7 series. I recently saw the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro chipsets and their codename details. Now you have learned what the next generation of Pixel 7 smartphones will look like. This is a glance.
Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro designs leaked
Reliable Leak Star OnLeaks has released CAD rendering for the Pixel 7 Pro in collaboration with Smartprix. These images show that the 2022 Pixel smartphone follows the same design path as the Pixel 6 series. In other words, you can expect a dual-tone design with a camera visor on the back and a punchhole display on the front.
The size of the display is expected to be 6.7 inches or 6.8 inches. However, there are some changes this time around. First, the horizontally placed rear camera bar has a large camera housing that looks very prominent. Second, the Pixel 7 Pro’s camera bar has less overhang and is integrated into the frame. This is similar to what the Galaxy S22 Ultra received after the giant camera bump on the Galaxy S21 Ultra. However, the protrusions are not completely eliminated.
Other details you can get from the rendering are a USB Type-C port and dual stereo speakers at the bottom, a SIM tray on the left, a volume rocker and a power button on the right.
This leak is primarily focused on the design part, but the Pixel 7 Pro comes with three rear cameras, including a main snapper, a super wide-angle lens, and a telephoto lens (located separately from other sensors). Is also clear. But currently, nothing is said about the camera configuration. A Curved displays are also expected..
Vanilla Pixel 7 as part of another leak Is also leaked.. The smartphone looks the same as the Pixel 6, except for a few changes to the rear camera settings.
In terms of specs, the Pixel 7 series will feature the next generation Google Tensor 2 chip and can be expected to focus on camera improvements and other changes. However, these are early leaks and cannot be completely trusted. Stay tuned for more details as they become available. And what about the design of the Pixel 7 Series? Please let us know in the comments below.
Featured images courtesy of: OnLeaks x Smartprix