S Google I / O happening today, the Pixel phone is back in the spotlight. Although it is unlikely to see rumors Pixel 7 at the beginning of the year – the opening and launch in the fall will follow the precedent set by Pixel 6 and earlier models – we can just get some new clues about Google’s flagship for 2022 at today’s event. Far more likely to be presented to Google I / O is the budget Pixel 6A phone, bringing a cheaper perception of the bold design approach that debuted on the Pixel 6. We also expect more details about Android 13which is likely to get its own revelation with this next line of Pixel phones, similar to how Android 12 first launched with the Pixel 6 series.

So far we have heard noise about a new processor for Pixel 7 and display that is smaller than that of Pixel 6. There are even render showing a new light blue option for the Pixel 7 Pro on the Chinese website MyDrive (although it justifies some skepticism, as MyDrive is not clear where this rendering comes from).

For now, we know that the Pixel 7 hearing series will have to follow the glamorous launch of the Pixel 6, which shook the design that the last five generations of Pixel phones otherwise supported. The mid-range processor from last year came out. Google’s internal has entered Tensor chip. The general, tried and tested hardware design came out. A statement device arrived with a distinctive camera strap running across the width of the chassis. CNET’s Andrew Lankson, who reviewed the upper class Pixel 6 Pro, called it a real competitor to the iPhone. (Read our full reviews of Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro.)

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To be clear, there are some credible rumors about Pixel 7 that we can count on to help us better understand what Google plans to do with Pixel 7 (although there have been rumors about Pixel Watch and on expected Pixel 6A). But that will not stop us from trying to gather what may lie ahead. We recommend that you bookmark this page, as we will update it every time we hear about any credible rumors.

Release Date: Pixel 7 is likely to launch in October

Google’s flagship phones launched in October for years since the first generation Pixel was introduced to the world. (Well, all but Pixel 5which was unveiled in late September.) Excluding any deteriorating supply chain issues and other macro factors, it is likely that the Pixel 7 will be officially unveiled in October. Liqueur John Prosser tweeted that Pixel 7 and 7 Pro will indeed launch this month along with a Pixel Watch. (Other rumors suggest that the Pixel Watch may reach Google I / O on May 11, together with Pixel 6A. It is unlikely to see such an early launch of Pixel 7, but you never know.)

Processor: Pixel 7 can run on a second generation Tensor chip

Google is obviously in the process of developing a Next generation tensor chip for the upcoming Pixel phone. This would come as no surprise to Pixel observers, given that Google has tried to develop an internal chipset in the first place – a project that is usually complex and expensive. This detail was first discovered when an internal Google developer board called Cloudripper was added to Pixel 6 applications, according to 9to5Google.

Specifications: Pixel 7 may have a front camera with a perforated hole

Two leaks from trusted advisor Steve Hemerstofer (known on Twitter as @OnLeaks) gave us some idea of ​​what the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro might look like. Hemerstofer tweeted in February that he had sent images of rumors of two phones on India’s technical site Smartprix and a car inspection site CARHP respectively.

Front and rear rendering of a white Pixel with camera tape

Pixel 7 rendering rumors.

Steve Hemerstofer (@OnLeaks) and CARHP

IN Pixel 7 leak says the flagship will have a display between 6.2 and 6.4 inches, slightly larger than the 6.1-inch Samsung Galaxy S22 and on the auditory display size for the expected iPhone 14. It features two 50-megapixel rear cameras and a front camera with a perforated hole, with a space-maximizing feature where the selfie camera is built into the screen instead of standing over it.

Pixel 7 Pro renderings also show a front camera with a perforated hole, but three rear cameras instead of two. The leak says the phone will have a curved OLED display about 6.8 inches, similar to this one Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra and is S21 predecessor.

Read more: Pixel 7 Pro leak shows perforated hole camera, ultra-like S22 display

Most recently, display analyst Ross Young suggests that the Pixel 7 will be slightly smaller than the Pixel 6with a 6.3-inch display compared to the 6.4-inch display of the Pixel 6. However, the Pixel 7 Pro is said to have the same 6.7-inch screen as the Pixel 6 Pro.


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