The Google Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro equipped with the second generation Google Tensor chip will be released in global markets on October 6th. Just a few days before their official debut, the full specs of the flagship smartphones have surfaced online. The new leak suggests a 6.7-inch display for the Pixel 7 Pro and a 6.3-inch display for the Pixel 7. The smartphones are said to have an IP68-rated housing for dust and water resistance. They are said to support both wired and wireless charging.
The specifications of the Pixel 7 Pro, along with those of its vanilla sibling, the Pixel 7, have been released. leaked on Slashlicks. The leak confirms the presence of a new generation of Google Tensor G2 SoC and a Titan M2 security co-processor in the Google Pixel 7 series. The Pixel 7 Pro is said to offer 12GB of RAM, while the vanilla model could have 8GB of RAM. Both smartphones are reportedly available in 128GB and 256GB storage options.
According to the leak, the Google Pixel 7 Pro will have a 6.7-inch QHD+ LTPO display with a refresh rate of up to 120Hz. The Pixel 7 is said to feature a 6.3-inch Full HD+ display with a refresh rate of up to 90Hz. Both smartphones may have a similar rear camera setup. The Google Pixel 7 is speculated to have a dual rear camera setup consisting of a 50MP main sensor and a 12MP ultra wide-angle sensor. The Pixel 7 Pro, in contrast, will have a triple rear camera setup with an additional 48MP telephoto lens. Both smartphones are expected to feature 10.8MP sensors for their respective selfie cameras. On paper, that could mean 11 megapixels. They are expected to have a Movie Motion Blur camera mode, while the Pixel 7 Pro is said to offer an exclusive camera feature called Macro Focus and up to 5x optical zoom.
Both variants are expected to come with a fingerprint scanner and face unlock for authentication. They are said to be IP68 rated for dust and water resistance and can support both wired and wireless charging.
The Pixel 7 series will be unveiled alongside the Pixel Watch on October 6th at the Made By Google event. The launch will begin at 10:00 AM ET (7:30 PM EST).