Google Pixel 7 Render Leaked: The Series Will Use Second-gen Tensor Chip

Google Pixel 6

Recently, OnLeaks showcased the Google Pixel 7 renders.

According to them, the Google Pixel 7 continues the design style of the previous generation Pixel 6. Thus, the back still uses a three-segment design.

It is worth noting that Google’s camera metal cover and middle frame of the Pixel 7 are designed in one piece. This is similar to the Samsung Galaxy S21.

Google Pixel 7

OnLeaks also said that the screen size of the Google Pixel 7 is between 6.2-6.4 inches. Also, the screen aspect ratio is 20:9. Under the hood, the phone will carry the new generation of Tensor chip. On the front, there will be an 8MP sensor, whereas the rear dual-camera will include a 50MP main sensor. The battery capacity will be less than 5000mAh.

In addition, the Google Pixel 7 will be factory-installed with Android 13 operating system. This simply means we are dealing with the world’s first smartphone that runs on the Android 13 system.

Starting with the Google Pixel 6 series, Google’s update strategy has been adjusted to 5 years. Unsurprisingly, the Google Pixel 7 will also receive 5-year software update support. It will debut around October 2022.

Google Pixel 7 Pro Features

Apart from this, we got some other information concerning the Pro version of the phone. The information comes our way from 9to5Google.

Google Pixel 7

But before getting acquainted with the leaked information, let’s take a tour into Google’s works in making Tensor chips. In fact, the company was working hard on the second-gen Tensor GS101 processor that is found in the Pixel 6 series. Apart from the latter, the Pixel 6a and Pixel Notepad are powered by this chip as well. However, various sources found the GS201 processor model number and the codename “Cloudripper”. As you guess, it’s going to be the next-gen Tensor chip of the Pixel handsets.

According to the spotted information, this chip will integrate the Samsung modem with the model number “g5300b.” As for reference, the Pixel 6 lists its modem as “g5123b,” which is the Exynos Modem 5123. Combining the aforementioned news, we can assume that the next-gen Google Tensor chip will use the Exynos Modem 5300.

What’s more interesting, the Cloudripper codename and the Exynos Modem 5300 are also associated with other device names, such as “Cheetah” and “Panther.” They should correspond to the Pixel 7 and likely Pixel 7 Pro phones. They are going to hit the market this fall.

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