With the Pixel 6, Pixel 6 Pro and Pixel 6a, Google has launched three smartphones that have capabilities that the competition does not offer. With the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro, successors are already announced for the fall. As has now become known, the Pixel 7 Pro should become even more of a Samsung cell phone.


Pixel 7 Pro with more Samsung cameras

The Pixel 6 Pro (test) is already equipped with many components from Samsung. This also makes it technically one of the most interesting smartphones on the market. But Google is still not enough. With the Pixel 7 Pro will integrate even more Samsung parts. This time it’s about the triple camera on the back. Sony is out, Samsung is in as source code reveals (source: Kuba Wojciechowski).

The main camera of the Pixel 7 Pro remains an ISOCELL GN1 sensor from Samsung with a resolution of 50 MP. The ultra wide angle also remains unchanged with the Sony IMX381. This has a resolution of 12 MP. The telephoto lens is new. There Google is switching from Sony to Samsung and installed the ISOCELL GM1 sensor with a resolution of 48 MP. It is quite possible that Google was not satisfied with the quality and therefore switched. So when zooming, we can expect a change. A Samsung camera with 11 MP is also used on the front.

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In addition to the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro, camera details for a third high-end smartphone have also emerged. It is quite possible that Google will simply test several configurations to find the best camera. A Pixel 7 Ultra would also be conceivable. Although we wouldn’t count on that, because the Pixel 7 Pro already has the best possible equipment. The Pixel Tablet is said to have two 8 MP cameras.

The launch of the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro is expected in the fall. The predecessors were unveiled in mid-October 2021 and that should also be around the time frame in which Google will present the successors. Google has already shown all the new devices.