Tech giant Google has recently unveiled the colour possibilities for the Google Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro ahead of their formal launch which is scheduled to take place on October 6. Each of the two future smartphones will be offered in three colour options. The publicly available photographs also reveal the two models’ somewhat different rear camera bars. In addition to this, Google’s newest Tensor G2 SoC will be used to power the Pixel 7 line of smartphones.
On October 6, Google will hold a launch event for the Pixel 7, Pixel 7 Pro, and Pixel Watch. On the occasion, new Nest smart home gadgets will also be unveiled. Prior to the official release, the colour options for both of the Pixel 7 series’ smartphones are now displayed on the dedicated page on the Google Store. As per the webpage, the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro both come in the Obsidian and Snow colour variants. Hazel with a gold camera strip is the third colour option for the Pixel 7 Pro. Additionally, the third colour option for the Pixel 7 is Lemongrass with a bronze bar.
Furthermore, the Google Tensor G2 processor has also been confirmed to power the Pixel 7 series. These devices will also come pre-installed with Android 13. According to the webpage, the new OS will bring personalised capabilities to photographs, videos, security, and speech recognition.
Recently, a Google Pixel 7 Pro unboxing video surfaced online. The smartphone is seen in the video as being black and with the “G” logo of Google on its back. This is Google’s next flagship device’s second internet appearance; the first was an early hands-on video posted by a YouTuber.
The person shows how the phone has a glass back and a visor design that is identical to the prototype that was on exhibit at Google I/O 2022. There are two cutouts in the metal visor. The first cutaway shows two cameras, the second of which looks to have a telephoto lens. The official Google animation sequence is shown on the boot screen before a screen for setting up the device appears. Other than this, there is nothing more in the film that may be shared.
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