Following the conclusion of Apple's iPhone 14 series presentation, we are now awaiting the year's next major tech event. On October 6, Google is preparing to present its most recent Pixel hardware announcement. Even though Google I/O 2022 isn't until three weeks from now, we do know that the firm will reveal its most recent Pixel 7 series. This was confirmed by the search engine giant at a prior gathering. Here is all the information we currently have on the incoming Pixel 7 series.
Google is most likely to reveal the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro. The new smartphones will look a lot like the earlier models, according to the company's video teaser. The sensors are now in a different location, but there will still be a horizontal camera module on the back of the phone. The ultra-wide-angle sensor will be combined with the primary camera. Additionally, a third camera—rumored to be the telephoto lens—will be mounted independently.
According to the renders, the rear camera module may be a little more noticeable than it was on the Pixel 6 series. On the back panel, users will notice the typical Google logo. According to reports, the ordinary model will have two rear cameras, while the Pro version will come with a triple rear camera configuration. According to the video teaser released by Google, the smartphones will be available in the colors black, white, and coral.
The Pixel 7 series' front is not shown in the video, although it is anticipated to include a punch-hole display like the earlier models. The regular model, it is claimed, will be smaller than the Pixel 6, while the Pro model will keep the same screen size. The Pixel 7 could have a 6.7-inch panel with a refresh rate of 120 Hz, while the standard model could have a 6.3-inch screen with a refresh rate of 90 Hz.
For its next high-end phones, Google is not likely to use Qualcomm's newest Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 SoC. The Google Tensor chipset, which is in its second iteration, will power both devices. Android OS 13 will likely come pre-installed on devices in the Pixel 7 series. The battery is unknown, but it is anticipated that the next models will have bigger ones. Google is anticipated to support the rapid charging technology as well.
According to rumors, both the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro will include 50-megapixel Isocell GN1 primary camera sensors. It might be equipped with a 12-megapixel Sony IMX381 ultrawide sensor, similar to the Pixel 6 series. The 48-megapixel Samsung GM1 telephoto sensor may be the additional sensor in the Pixel 7 Pro. A Samsung 3J1 sensor with 11 megapixels may be used for selfies.
There is currently no confirmation of the Pixel 7 series' debut in India. But given that Google ceased releasing its flagship models in India a long time ago, it is unlikely that it will enter the Indian market. The Pixel 4, Pixel 5, and Pixel 6 generations never made it here. The company exclusively offered the reasonably priced Pixel-A line of smartphones. There's a chance Google will choose to introduce the new Pixel 7 series in India as well. After a few weeks, this will all become clear to us.