[Latest] Google Pixel 7 Pro Case Render Leaked

[Latest] Google Pixel 7 Pro Case Render Leaked

The Google Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro are likely to be released in October. CAD renderings of the Pixel 7 pair were leaked earlier this year by a trusted source. TechGoing has obtained exclusive photographs of the Pixel 7 Pro case, which confirm the CAD renders previously shown.

Images of the Google Pixel 7 Pro case

The Pixel 7 Pro case photos show a back design that is comparable to the Pixel 6 Pro. The triple camera unit and an LED flash will be housed on a horizontal bar. According to OnLeaks’ CAD renderings of the Pixel 7 Pro, the area above the camera bar appears grey in colour. The space beneath the camera bar was painted bright black.

[Latest] Google Pixel 7 Pro Case Render Leaked

The phone will have a curved edge display on the front. Although the case picture does not show a camera cutout, it is believed to come with a punch-hole in the centre. The power and volume controls are located on the device’s right edge. A set of speakers and a USB-C port appear to be cut out on the case’s bottom edge.

Specifications of the Google Pixel 7 Pro (rumoured)

“Panther” is reported to be the codename for the Pixel 7 Pro. According to previous rumours, the Pixel 7 Pro has a 6.7-inch or 6.8-inch AMOLED display and dimensions of 163 x 76.6 x 8.7mm. It might have a QHD+ resolution, a 120Hz refresh rate, and a fingerprint scanner embedded in the screen.

[Latest] Google Pixel 7 Pro Case Render Leaked

The might include the same 50MP (primary), 48MP (telephoto), and 12MP (ultrawide) triple camera setup as the Pixel 6 Pro. It does, however, come with improved software optimizations for better image capture.

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[Latest] Google Pixel 7 Pro Case Render Leaked

The second-generation Tensor chip, which might incorporate the Exynos 5300 modem, is expected to power the Google Pixel flagship. The smartphone’s other specifications are unknown.

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