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Don’t you hate buying a new phone and just a few weeks later renders for the next version are showing up all over the place? That is the situation for more recent purchasers of the Google Pixel 6 series who have seen renders of the Pixel 7 and the Pixel 7 Pro surface looking just like the currently available models. But a new render has been posted by Let’sGo Digital and it shows at least one change to the camera bar.
The renders of the Pixel 7 Pro and the accompanying video are made by Technizo Concept. The Pixel 7 Pro is expected to feature a 6.7-6.8-inch curved OLED display, similar to this Pixel 6 Pro. The new model will most likely continue to have a screen with a QHD+ resolution (1440p) and a 120Hz refresh rate.
There already has been some conversation about the second generation Google Tensor chip powering the Pixel 7 line. This is Google’s home-grown silicon that allowed the company to develop certain tricks for the Pixel 6 series that it wouldn’t have been able to offer using off-the-shelf silicon from Qualcomm.
Despite calls from Pixel 6 users for the return of the rear-facing fingerprint scanner, we believe that Google will once again equip its flagship line with an in-display fingerprint reader. To keep the costs down, Google might simply resort to making adjustments and tweaks to the beleaguered biometric scanner rather than using a more expensive optical reader.
This render shows a small change to the Pixel 7 Pro camera bar
The Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro were introduced on October 19th and released on October 25th. So you can figure on waiting for more than half a year before the new models see the light of day. You also might notice the difference in the Pixel 7 Pro’s rear camera bar which in the render has the periscope telephoto lens separated from the two other lenses on the camera array by circular borders.
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Last update was on: May 17, 2022 9:21 pm