The Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro are important because they are the first Google phones to be powered by their own chip. Their Tensor chip is supposed to be an answer to Apple’s A Bionic chips, which power the iPhone.
Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro will bring the second generation Tensor chip this fall, and the new design is further refined and refreshed.
The main difference between the two models is again the size and number of cameras on the back. In the now already known camera bar the camera module on the back of the Pixel 7 Pro again has three cameras, while the Pixel 7 again comes without a telephoto lens.
Both models look more rounded and glassy than their predecessors, and the camera module is now metal. While the Pixel 7 Pro has glossy edges, those on the Pixel 7 have a matte finish.
Lou compared the dimensions of the new and current models and concluded that the Pixel 7 Pro and Pixel 6 Pro are almost identical. The screen of the new model looks as if it has a slightly thicker frame, but in reality it appears so due to the smaller radius of curvature on the edges.
The Google Pixel 7 is noticeably smaller and 10g lighter than the Pixel 6, which will please all those hoping for a more compact device.
Given that these are prototypes, it was not possible to turn them on or try their cameras.
However, he managed to read that the Pixel 7 pro comes with 12 and the Pixel 7 with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of data storage.
There is very little left until the official presentation, so there is no reason to doubt that the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro will look exactly like this.