The Google Pixel 7 Series is expected to be the year’s most popular Android smartphone range, competing against Apple’s iPhone 14 series and Samsung’s Galaxy S22 series. Every year, Google’s Pixel smartphones are released in October, but today, Smartprix is presenting the Google Pixel 7 Pro for the first time. Steve Hemmerstoffer aka OnLeaks has rendered the Google Pixel 7 Pro in crisp 5K quality. Take a look at them below.
These exclusive Pixel 7 Pro photographs show how the design has progressed since the Google Pixel 6 Pro, which is now on the market. The Google Pixel 7 Pro will include a 6.7 to 6.8-inch curved display with a single punch-hole selfie camera on the front. It will have an OLED display with a high refresh rate that will compete with Samsung’s current flagship, the Galaxy S22 Ultra.
On the other hand, Google has made some improvements. While Google’s characteristic dual-tone design has been kept, the visor-like back camera module has been fused with the new frame, as shown in the image. It appears to be blended with the frame, similar to what Samsung accomplished with the Galaxy S21 series lately.
Dual stereo speakers and a USB Type-C charging connector are located on the device’s bottom, while a SIM card tray is located on the left side. The gadget includes a power button and volume rockers on the left side, and antenna bands can be seen on all four sides.
A horizontal camera strip holds three cameras: a main wide-angle camera, a periscope telephoto camera, and most likely an ultra-wide camera. A microphone unit, as well as a pair of sensors, are located in the camera module. The camera module protrudes slightly.
The Pixel Pro sports curved edges and a design comparable to the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra, albeit it will be somewhat thinner than the S22 Ultra, which is 8.9mm thick against 8.7mm for the Pixel Pro. It’s possible that this is due to the battery’s different sizes. The device’s thickness is 11.2mm when the camera bump is included. The device’s dimensions are roughly 16376.68.7mm.