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This is what the phone may look like

Google launched its high-end Pixel 6 series last year, which not only features a new design, but also the proprietary Tensor chipset. The Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro also received praise from reviewers for the camera system that older Pixel phones are also known for. Less than six months after their official launch, high-res renders of the Pixel 7 Pro have been leaked by tipster OnLeaks with digital publication SmartPrix. The renders do not indicate any difference between Pixel 7 Pro and Pixel 6 Pro in terms of design. Also, the Pixel 6 series has not been officially launched in India.

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The report highlights a black color edition of Google Pixel 7 Pro which again has a two-tone finish. We can notice two shades of black with the rectangular camera module adopting a darker tone. The panel above the camera module has a gray finish. The post notes that the Google Pixel 7 Pro would feature a 6.7-6.8-inch curved display with a single cutout for the selfie camera. The display will have an OLED panel that would “challenge Samsung’s current flagship,” the Galaxy S22 Ultra. The bottom of the device would feature two stereo speakers alongside a USB Type-C port for charging. The left side of the smartphone would have a SIM card. card tray as well as a power button and volume rockers.

Image: Smart Price

The horizontal camera module would house three cameras. The rear camera system is also said to feature a periscope-style telephoto lens to allow for higher optical zoom. The report claims that the Pixel 7 Pro’s camera module would be bumpier. He also notes that the phone would be 11.2mm thick if the rear camera bump is included. The dimensions of the smartphone are said to be around 163×76.6×8.7mm.

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The report does not highlight the specs of Google Pixel 7 Pro and the launch date also remains unclear. Since details surface so early, readers are advised to take the information with a pinch of salt.

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