Prior to its release sometime later this year, Google provided an early preview of the Pixel 7 at I/O 2022.
While the company didn’t reveal much about detailed features or components, Google showcased the Pixel 7’s design, which retains the prominent camera bar that debuted on the Pixel 6. The 7’s frame will now be made of recycled aluminum that runs seamlessly across the camera bar.
As before, the standard Pixel 7 will have two rear cameras, while the more premium Pixel 7 Pro will get a triple camera array. Meanwhile, inside the phone will be a second-generation Tensor chip designed to enhance a host of features such as speech recognition, photos, videos and security. First of all, the handset will launch alongside Android 13, which is scheduled to launch officially sometime this fall.
Unfortunately, there’s no information yet on pricing or an official launch date, so stay tuned for more information as we get closer to the drop.
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