New leaks online confirmed previous rumors about future Google smartphones
Google’s next-generation smartphone Pixel 7 and its vanilla sibling will be officially released this Friday in an annual launch event tagged “Made by Google”.
Ahead of this official launch, a complete Spec sheet of these upcoming smartphones has surfaced on a Taiwanese carrier website and was shared by @Nail_Sadykov on his Google News Telegram channel.
Google Pixel 7 Pro Specs
According to the specs sheet, the Google Pixel 7 Pro is described as having a 6.7-inch QHD 120 Hz display, a Google Tensor G2 CPU, 12/128-256 GB of memory/storage, supports wired and wireless charging and is accredited to adhere to the IP68 standard for weather protection.
The 48 MP 5X optical zoom lens is used by the Pixel 7 Pro’s special Macro Focus camera technology to enable macro photography capabilities. According to the leaked specs sheet, the maximum combined zoom level of the Pixel 7 Pro will be 30X, which is a significant boost above the 20X offered by the Pixel 6 Pro.
Google Pixel 7 Specs
The Google Pixel 7 will be powered with the same processor used in Pixel 7 Pro and backed by a 4,700 mAh battery. It will ship an 8X maximum zoom level, Real Tone, and Movie Motion Blur like the Pro version with wireless and wired charging and in-display fingerprint.
The vanilla version will also pack 12GB of RAM and two storage options — 128GB and 256GB. Tensor G2 security chips will be used in both models as predicted earlier. The dual rear camera is said to have a 50MP main camera and 12MP ultra-wide angle lens and the upcoming smartphone will also come with a 10.8MP selfie camera with a face unlock feature.
We expect that the Google Pixel Watch will also be launched alongside the smartphones on October 7.