For starters, we expect the Google Pixel 7 and Pro 7 to be released later this year and both phones will be powered by the next-gen Google Tensor processor with Android 13 OS under the hood.
Google didn’t reveal much about the technical specs or components of the Pixel 7 but it showed off its design, which is quite similar to the Pixel 6 – with it retaining the prominent camera bar. It also comes with a new frame made from recycled aluminium, which now extends seamlessly across the camera bar.
When it comes to cameras, the Pixel 7 will feature two rear cameras while the premium Pixel 7 Pro will get a triple camera array. Both phones are also expected to have the second-gen Tensor chip designed by Google which will enhance a range of including speech recognition, photos, videos and security.
Google also promises a lot of features for the Pixel 7 such as the ability to pair and switch between entertainment devices quickly, plus an extensive array of IoT capabilities when it comes to your smart home devices. Also, according to previous leaks, it’s believed that the new Pixel smartphones will come with a 120Hz AMOLED display and a significant performance boost compared to its recent generation.
Unfortunately, there’s no word yet on pricing or an official launch date, so stay tuned for more info as we get closer to the fall.
Watch Google’s I/O 2022 Event as They Tease the Pixel 7