We are not waiting for an official review Google Pixel 7 or the Pixel 7 Pro around October, but we’re already getting an unofficial look at both phones.
These visualizations suggest that the Google Pixel 7 range may not be much different Google Pixel 6 range, although there are some changes.
First, the two-tone look we saw in the Pixel 6 range is still present. The horizontal camera island that runs across the width of the device would seem to be saved as well, but Google seems to have given it Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra processing by merging it with the frame of the phone, giving it a cleaner look.
In the case of the Pixel 7 Pro, Google seems to have retained the small curve on the display we saw on the Pixel 6 Pro, provided these images are correct.
The camera island may house a triple lens module with a main wide-angle camera, a periscope camera and probably an ultra-wide camera.
In terms of dimensions, the Google Pixel 7 Pro can measure 163 x 76.6 x 8.7 mm (rising to 11.2 mm on the camera protrusion), and the display on the phone is reported to be around 6.7 or 6.8 inches.
As for the standard Google Pixel 7, it apparently measures 155.6 x 73.1 x 8.7 mm, increasing to 11.44 mm on the camera protrusion. It is assumed that the screen is 6.2 to 6.4 inches, and, oddly enough, the phone will use the next version of the Google Tensor chipset.
Other specifications listed in this leak include a 50MP dual lens rear camera, 8MP front camera, up to 512GB storage, about 5,000mAh battery and a choice of black, coral, blue or white.
However, we would take it all with a pinch of salt. Although the source has a great track record, it’s too early for a Pixel 7 leak, so a lot could change by October.
Analysis: time to fix the software
Given the distinctive design of the Pixel 6 range, we can assume that Google will retain this look for the Pixel 7, but we hope to see changes on the software side as the Pixel 6 range has faced many bugs and other software issues.
With new challenges popping up regularly, it’s hard to feel overly positive about Google’s latest flagships, despite the impressive hardware. So hopefully the Pixel 7 range doesn’t expect the same share.
Aside from the software, Google could really offer more long-term support, as the Pixel 6 works pretty well, the Samsung Galaxy S22 range is superioreven though Google makes Android.