According to previous leaks, the new Google Pixel 7 series will continue to be released in October, and will continue to include both Google Pixel 7 and Google Pixel 7 Pro versions, as well as the improved video system and the expected pre-installed Android 13 operating system, the next generation of home-grown Tensor chips is also the focus of attention. And now there is the latest news, recently some foreign media further brought more parameters of the phone image details.
The new Google Pixel 7 and Google Pixel 7 Pro will both use a new front-facing camera sensor to record 4K video, according to a camera tag found in the APK code “P21_front_setup” by foreign media. While it’s unclear whether the device will continue to feature the same 11.1MP camera found in Google’s Pixel 6 Pro, foreign media have made it clear that both devices will be capable of front-facing 4K video recording like the Pixel 6 Pro.
In other news, the new Pixel 7 flagship will have the Tensor 2, which is still being built by Samsung using Samsung’s 4nm LPE process, made up of two high-powered Hypercores Cortex X1, two large cores Cortex A78, and four small cores Cortex A55, it will also use the ARMv9 instruction set and is expected to break 800,000 points. It will have a rear strip camera module with three cameras arranged horizontally, possibly including a submersible telephoto lens. In addition, it will also ship with Android 13, which is expected to be the industry’s first flagship phone to ship with Android 13.
Google’s Pixel 7 series is expected to launch in October, but we’ll have to wait for more details.