Last week we saw the Pixel 7 on eBay, and today we have another live preview of a Pixel 7 Pro prototype.
This is the first look at the front of the Pixel 7 Pro. In the past, we’ve seen the rear of the 7 Pro at Google at I/O earlier this year. However, the front features its long display and punch-hole camera. The screen itself is very similar to the Pixel 6 Pro that Google launched last year.
On the back, the handset can be seen to lack the Google “G” logo, indicating that it is a prototype and not the official device. We can also see the new aluminum finish on its visor, which makes it more striking than the current Pixel 6 series.
The Pixel 7 Pro will launch in ‘Obsidian’, ‘Snow’ and ‘Hazel’ colors, while the Pixel 7 will release in ‘Obsidian’, ‘Snow’ and ‘Lemongrass’. Additionally, it will come with Android 13, the next generation of Google’s Tensor chip and more. Recently we learned that the second generation Tensor chipset will host a 4nm process.
Google will launch the Pixel 7 Pro alongside the Pixel 7 and Pixel Watch later this fall. We are planning an October launch as in previous years.