The Pixel 7 series of smartphones will be unveiled by Google on October 6 at its Made by Google event. The company will introduce the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro, two smartphones in the series. The features and cost of the smartphones have been widely leaked in advance of their debut.
Let’s look at the full spec sheets for both Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 pro smartphones that leaker Yogesh Brar just published.
specifications for the Google Pixel 7 series
The Pixel 7 Pro will be the first gadget with a 6.7-inch QHD+ LTPO panel that supports a 120Hz refresh rate. The 6.3-inch Full HD+ screen on the basic model, on the other hand, will have a refresh rate of 90Hz.
On the rear of the regular model, there will be a twin camera setup. A 50MP primary camera and a 12MP ultrawide camera will both be featured in the Pixel 7 series. The 7 Pro will include a 48MP telephoto camera with a maximum optical zoom of 5x. The Pro model will support up to 30x magnification and contain movie motion blur, true tone, and other features. The entry-level model won’t offer macro focus, and its high-res zoom will only have an 8x magnification. A 10.8MP front camera with 4K video recording capabilities will be available for taking selfies.
A Tensor G2 SoC will power the next Google smartphones. There will also be a Titan M2 security chip and an in-display fingerprint reader. Both phones will have storage options of 128GB or 256GB. The Pixel 7 will sport 8GB of RAM, while the Pixel 7 Pro will come standard with 12GB of RAM.
The phones will support wired and wireless fast charging and have a battery life of more than 24 hours, per the specs sheet. According to information that has leaked, the Pixel 7 will feature a 4700mAh battery, while the 7 Pro will have a 5000mAh battery. Both mobile devices will support 30W fast charging. The charger won’t likely be included in the box by Google. Last but not least, both devices will have IP68.
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