Google announced the Google Pixel 6a and Pixel Buds Pro today at its I/O developer conference. But along with the announcements of these products, the company also teased the incoming Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro.
The Pixel 7 and 7 Pro will be coming with a rebranded look. While the overall design still looks like the Pixel 6 smartphones, Google made some tweaks to the design.
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For example, the camera bar is now made from polished aluminum which runs right into the frame on both sides, giving it a more integrated look. The camera cutout into the aluminum is now made very visible for anyone to easily notice.
From the teaser, the Pixel 7 Pro is coming with triple rear cameras while the Pixel 7 will have dual rear cameras. Both phones will also have the same punch hole for a single selfie camera.
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Coming with the same camera setup means the Pixel 7 series might have the same camera hardware like the Pixel 6 phones. So, this means not much might change in some areas.
The Pixel 6 series was plagued with many bugs even though it featured the Google Tensor chip. Google will feature the second generation of the Tensor SoC in the Pixel 7 which is expected to be more stable and offer better performance.
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Other features such as the battery, fast charge, RAM, storage, etc are still unknown. The Pixel 7 phones are expected to be announced this fall. So we expect to get more updates in the coming weeks regarding the specs of the phones.