The fall will be hot. Not only Apple, but other tech giants will introduce new products/smartphones. Google is among them. For instance, in October, the latter will unleash the Google Pixel 7 series. It will include two versions of Google Pixel 7 and Google Pixel 7 Pro. The biggest selling point of the series is going to be the upgraded imaging system. Of course, it will be the first to run the Android 13 operating system out of the box. However, these are not the only highlights. The company will power its new phones with the second-generation self-developed Tensor chip. As you see, we know much about the forthcoming handset. Today, however, we heard more.
Some sources found interesting stuff in the APK code “p21_front_setup”. It turns out the new Google Pixel 7 and Google Pixel 7 Pro will both use a new front-facing camera sensor that supports 4K video recording. We still have no info on whether the phone will continue to feature the same 11.1MP camera found in the Google Pixel 6 Pro.
In other aspects, the new Google Pixel 7 series flagship will sport a new generation of self-developed processor Tensor 2. The chip is still manufactured by Samsung, using Samsung’s 4nm LPE process. It consists of two high-performance cores of Cortex X1, two large cores of Cortex A78, and four small cores of Cortex A55. At the same time, it uses the ARMv9 instruction set. So we expect that it will score over 800K in AnTuTu.
The machine will have a rear strip camera module with three sensors arranged horizontally. One of them ought to be a periscope telephoto lens.
the Google Pixel 7 Pro will use the Samsung S6E3HC4 display. It will keep the same 3120 x 1440 resolution as last year’s Pixel 6 Pro, there are some changes. According to the Google Source page, the Samsung S6E3HC4 panel will allow the Pixel 7 Pro to deliver a peak brightness of 600 nits in manual brightness mode. This is 100 nits higher than the Pixel 6 Pro.