Last year, Google debuted its self-developed Tensor chip with the Pixel 6 series. Now, we can say that the performance and power consumption of this chip is not bad. So the next-gen Google Pixel 7 series will continue to use the Tensor chips.
Recently, some bloggers posted a new set of high-resolution renders of the Google Pixel 7 Pro. In fact, they didn’t differ from the previous leaks and renders. However, while the initial render showed a black color option, the new renders show a sky blue version. Plus, the latest renders come with more details and should come close to the real smartphone.
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Visually, the Google Pixel 7 Pro continues the design language of the previous generation. It uses a full screen with a center hole on the front. The rear camera module uses a horizontal layout in a long strip. The punch hole is very small and the bezels are also very narrow. It probably reaches the same width on all sides. Of course, when saying this, we mean all three parts but the chin, which is noticeably a bit thicker. The overall visual effect is very immersive.
It is noteworthy that the rear camera opening on the back of the Google Pixel 7 Pro looks very familiar. We think it has many things in common with the upcoming iPhone 14 Pro renders that have been on the web recently.
The Google Pixel 7 Pro also comes with a periscope telephoto lens. We mention this because, in the current Android flagships niche, it’s rare. Additionally, the Google Pixel 7 series will come preloaded with the Android 13 operating system. However, this is not surprising as the Pixel phones have always been the first to come with a new Android version.
The Pixel 7 series will be powered by the second-generation Tensor chip. We guess it will come with many improvements, providing faster and smoother performance. This device could come with up to 12GB of RAM, and there will most likely be a choice of between 128GB and 256GB of storage.
Of course, the Pixel 7 Pro will not only use a new processor but also use new software. As said, there is no doubt that the phone will leave manufacturing plants with Android 13 on board.
Unfortunately, we have no info about the battery capacity and charging solutions. Just for a reference, the current Pro model is equipped with a 5,000mAh battery, which ensures long autonomy on a single charge. But the charging is quite slow. The device supports 23W charging.