The Google Pixel 6 series had many issues that made many users disappointed. A huge group of customers won’t buy a Pixel phone anymore. But there are still many Android fans that recognize no other smartphone than that coming our way from Google. That’s why the interest in the upcoming Google Pixel 7 is still too high. Recently, TechGoing has published case renders that supposedly include renders of the Pixel 7 Pro.
As you can see, the Google Pixel 7 renders don’t show a punch-hole screen. So there is every reason to think this device will feature an under-screen camera. But this could also be the artist’s imagination and nothing more. This technology is not mature yet. So maybe Google doesn’t want to use a technology that causes concerns for the time being.
In terms of the rumors features, the Google Pixel 7 Pro will come with a 6.7-inch or 6.8-inch curved screen (with a 1440p resolution and a 120Hz refresh rate). Inside, there should be the second-generation Google Tensor chipset paired with 12GB of memory and up to 512GB of storage.
The rear camera module shows minor changes. Plus, we can see that the power button and volume rockers still remain on the right side. The charging port is on the bottom of the device. Also, we can see that the renders don’t show any fingerprint scanner on the back. So we can assume that the smartphone will be using an under-screen fingerprint scanner.
The current generation of the Pixel 6 series went on sale at the end of last October after an October 17th unveiling. Taking this into consideration, we can say that the Google Pixel 7 is going to be uncovered in mid to late October. It will also go on sale a week or two later.
However, before that, Google is going to unleash the Pixel 6a, a budget-friendly camera phone. By the way, Google I/O Developer Conference will take place on May 11. The mentioned model is going to be uncovered at this event.