Today, Jon Prosser, a well-known whistleblower, revealed that the Google Pixel 7 series will start pre-sale on October 6th, and will officially go on sale on October 13th.
As this tipster has previously revealed the exact release time of Google’s Pixel 6 series, there is every reason to think that this news is accurate as well. If so, it means in a couple of months, we will meet Google’s much-discussed smartphone series that will also debut Android 13.
Well, if nothing accidental, the company will introduce two models. Apart from the vanilla version, there is also the Google Pixel 7 Pro. They are going to belong to different categories. For instance, the standard version will sport a screen size between 6.2 and 6.4 inches, a refresh rate of 90Hz, and a resolution of FHD+. The overall shape is similar to the previous generation Pixel 6. As for its sibling, the Pixel 7 Pro is even more interesting, with a screen resolution of 3120×1440 and a refresh rate of 120Hz. The screen is provided by Samsung and the size is 6.7 inches.
Though at the moment, many leakers say they will be top-end models, we tend to think the vanilla version will be classified as an upper mid-range device, while the Google Pixel 7 Pro will be a true flagship.
Anyway, undoubtedly, both models will be pre-installed with the Android 13 operating system. They will be the industry’s first Android 13 mobile phones. So if you want to learn how the new system works, these handsets are the best options.
Also, they will be powered by the second-generation Google Tensor chip. The standard version will come with a dual camera on the back, including the main camera and an ultra-wide-angle camera. The Pro version will boast a three-camera system, including the main camera, an ultra-wide-angle, and a periscope telephoto lens. Both models will support OIS (optical image stabilization).