Google announced the appearance of the Pixel 7/7 Pro at its 2022 I/O developer conference and confirmed that the two new machines will be released this fall.
Today, the Unbox Therapy channel on YouTube released a hands-on video of Google’s Pixel 7/7 Pro prototypes, showing the appearance and screen information of the two prototypes, and comparing them with the Pixel 6/6 Pro. Although there will be differences between the prototype and the officially released model, they can be used for reference.
It can be seen from the video that the Pixel 7 adopts a rear dual-camera design, and the Pixel 7 Pro adopts a rear triple-camera design, which is consistent with the previous official images released by Google. Both models use a centered single-hole front camera, but the Pixel 7 Pro has narrower bezels than the Pixel 7. In addition, compared to the Pixel 6, the Pixel 7 has a narrower upper frame and a smaller overall size.
According to the blogger’s measurements, the Google Pixel7 weighs 195 grams and is 73.20 mm wide. The Google Pixel 7 Pro weighs 208 grams and measures 76.68 mm wide. For reference, the Pixel 6 weighs 205 grams. 74.91mm wide. The Pixel 6 Pro weighs 208 grams and is 75.89mm wide.
Google Pixel 7/7 Pro has passed the FCC certification, and the certification shows that it supports Wi-Fi 6E, Bluetooth, and NFC functions. Previously broke the news that the Google Pixel 7 series will be equipped with Google’s self-developed Tensor 2 processor and use a 2K flexible screen. It will be pre-ordered on October 6 and will be available for sale on October 13.
In addition, the complete image specifications of the Pixel 7 / Pro have been exposed, and the leaker Kuba pointed out that both the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro will use the 11MP Samsung 3J1 as the front sensor, the same Samsung GN1 main sensor, and the Sony IMX381 ultra-wide-angle as the previous generation. The difference is that this year’s Pro telephoto sensor has been changed to Samsung GM1.