A little surprise occurred this morning during the Google I/O Keynote. The Pixel 7 stopped by for a short visit
† Earlier rumors of changes to the rear camera bar, that emerged in recent renders were confirmed by the images Google projected onto the giant screen during the event. The aluminum finish extends to the end of the camera bar, and with the Pixel 7 made from a “single block of aluminum”, it could mean the regular model can’t offer wireless charging.
Google did mention that the phones will be powered by the second-generation Google Tensor SoC, which will refocus on AI and Machine Learning, bringing enhanced capabilities for voice, photography, video, and security. The Pixel 7 and 7 Pro offer the most personalized, helpful experience on a smartphone. And Pixel fans, isn’t this what you love about the Pixel in the first place?
Google unveils new camera bar design for Pixel 7 line
The Pixel 7 could be unveiled and released in October; the current Pixel 6 series is the fastest-selling Pixel ever and has sold more units than the Pixel 4 and Pixel 5 combined. It goes without saying, although it was said that the Pixel 7 series comes with Android 13 pre-installed. We expect to see a 6.7-inch or 6.8-inch AMOLED display with a 1440+ resolution.
The image that Google posted at I/O does not show a fingerprint scanner on the back, so we have to conclude that the biometric reader under the screen gets another chance. Color options for the Pixel 7 include Obsidian, Snow, and Lemongrass, and the Pro model is offered in Obsidian, Snow, and Hazel.