Google Pixel 7: what is known so far?

Google Pixel 7: what is known so far? 

More information about upcoming Google flagships will be released.

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We got a sneak peek at the Google Pixel 7, and we won't get our hands on it until next month. We got an early sneak peek by the company during the Google I/O developer conference in May, so we're familiar with the phone's appearance. Now that Google has scheduled an event for October 6, we can pretty well predict when the Pixel 7 will launch.

The Pixel 7 will have a second-generation Tensor chip, as we predicted, which will unlock a wide range of AI and machine learning capabilities in smartphones this fall.

But there are still plenty of unresolved concerns about the Pixel 7, even if we can expect more rumors to surface now that Google has set a release date. Undoubtedly, in the near future, we will get a better idea of ​​how the Google phone will compete with models like the Galaxy S22 and the upcoming iPhone 14.

Here are the details we currently know about the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro, as well as new information regarding the upcoming flagship from Google. To find out which Google phone might be better for you, compare the Google Pixel 7 to the Pixel 6a.

Google Pixel 7 Rumors and Rumors (Reviewed September 17th)

The Tensor G2 benchmarks for the Google Pixel 7 revealed significant advances in the GPU.

While it may not be shown alongside the Pixel 7 next month, Google may be working on a smaller Pixel screen.

The colors and storage capabilities of the Pixel 7 series have been announced as a result of a leak and some Google marketing.

These are the four lessons Google can take away from the iPhone 14 release.

Google has scheduled an event on October 6 to showcase the new devices. This probably refers to both the new Pixel Watch and the Pixel 7.

Google Pixel 7 may debut at some point.

There is not much mystery in this. Google has scheduled its next product launch for October 6 at 10 am ET in Brooklyn. We will be introducing "the newest members of our family of devices" as promised by the event. This likely refers to the Pixel 7, Pixel 7 Pro, and Pixel Watch that Google previewed at Google I/O this spring with a fall delivery date.

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The Google Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro release date could be October 13, according to a previous leak by tipster John Prosor, who predicted the date would be October 6. Pre-orders are expected to start on October 6, the day of the event.

A clash between the iPhone 14 and Pixel 7 is inevitable because Google's presentation will take place roughly a month after the Apple event on September 7, where the iPhone 14 is expected to debut. (These are the four lessons Google can take away from the iPhone 14 release).

Google Pixel 7 cost rumours

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Before the Pixel 7 launches in the fall, Google will likely keep pricing under control. To put things into perspective, the Pixel 6 is priced at $599, while the Pixel 6 Pro is priced at $899. This is less expensive than what other phone manufacturers charge for their flagship models; For example, the Galaxy S22 starts at $799, which is $200 more expensive than the Pixel 6.

So we expect Google to be able to maintain its prices for the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro phones. It made Google phones stand out from the competition and undoubtedly helped the Pixel 6 become the most popular Pixel phone in the company's history in terms of sales.

Google Pixel 7 model

Google said during the Google I/O conference that the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro will be released in the fall. Most people assumed that the Pixel 7 lineup only includes these two versions. However, there are indications of a third Pixel 7 variant.

A 9to5 code that points to a possible third Pixel 7 variant has been discovered by Google. This phone has the same 120Hz display as the Pixel 6 Pro (and possibly the Pixel 7 Pro), but it's slightly larger in height and width than Google's current Pro model. This will be a Pixel with a slightly larger screen because the Pixel 7 Pro is expected to have the same 6.7-inch screen as the current Pixel 6 Pro.

What is the possibility of the alleged Pixel 7 Ultra? We'll continue to believe that only two models are planned for the fall unless we get more evidence to the contrary.

According to newly unearthed FCC filings, there will be two variants of the Pixel 7 that appear to be guaranteed (regular and Pro). This, apparently, is to enable sub-6GHz and mmWave 5G interoperability with multiple carriers.

Google Pixel 7 phone design

Thanks to the onstage presentation at Google I/O, here's the area where we have the clearest idea of ​​what to expect from the Pixel 7. As mentioned earlier, Google is making some tweaks while keeping the horizontal camera bar that debuted with the Pixel 6. In the Pixel 7 Pro, there is a separate lens, which we assume is the telephoto shooter; The primary camera and the ultra-high-resolution camera are now grouped together.

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Compared to the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro, which have more modest lens designs, it has a very premium look. The cameras on the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro are operating at maximum capacity. The lenses extending across the aluminum band will be visible to anyone watching you hold your phone.

The phone is slightly smaller than the Pixel 6 according to the first Pixel 7 hands-on. The Pixel 6 is 74.92mm wide, while the Pixel 7 is 73.2mm wide, according to the video. In addition, the Pixel 7 is 10 grams lighter than its predecessor, with a weight of 195 grams.

On the other hand, the Pixel 7 Pro has a more comparable size and weighs almost the same, differing by only one gram. In fact, its width is slightly larger, increasing from 75.89mm to 76.68mm.

These design assertions are backed up by another alleged video of the Google Pixel 7 Pro unboxing, which shows how the phone's design has chosen evolution rather than revolution. Depending on your point of view, Google keeping the dark camera bar/visor style is either a positive or a bit disappointing.

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Snow, Obsidian Black, and Lemongrass color options for the base Pixel 7 appear to be confirmed. Although only a few colors are available, most consumers should feel satisfied. Based on the prototype image below, we love how the black version looks.

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A Reddit user, AMC20 (Opens in a new tab), is said to have inadvertently purchased a prototype Pixel 7 Pro phone. They claimed the phone worked without issue for about three weeks before doing a factory reset. The point is, Google did it from a distance. The fingerprint sensor even lines up correctly, according to AMC20_, who claims a screen protector for the Pixel 6 Pro works on the model they purchased.

This indicates that the Pixel 7 Pro will share a physical design with the Pixel 6 Pro. The redesigned camera strip and camera hole design on the back of the device appear to be the biggest modifications, based on everything from the dimensions to the curve of the screen.

Information about the Google Pixel 7

Google, the successor to the first-generation Tensor chipset found inside the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro, has announced that it's working on a second-generation Tensor chip. Google hasn't specified what changes to expect, but Tensor G2 benchmarks have been leaked and it looks like big GPU improvements are on the way. In addition, it is possible that the architecture will remain largely unchanged with a bit of an upgrade that could increase battery life.

The AI ​​applications made possible by the machine learning core of the new Tensor chipset will be the bigger story. What would have been disclosed by Google.

Google will reportedly not upgrade the Pixel 7's cameras from the ones seen on the Pixel 6, according to an early rumor now confirmed by another leaker. If true, the Pixel 7 will have a 50MP main camera and a 12MP ultra-wide angle sensor, while the Pixel 7 Pro will add a 48MP telephoto lens to those cameras. After all, these are the Pixel 6's camera features.

When Google introduced the Pixel 6, it completely redesigned the cameras, so it's plausible that upcoming phones will follow suit. We're interested to see what new camera features Google will implement given its computational photography expertise and upgraded Tensor processor.

However, the front camera on the base model Pixel 7 may undergo one modification. The Pixel 7 may get a higher resolution sensor that allows for this video quality based on code in the Google Camera app that indicates 4K video capabilities. This was supported by the Pixel 6 Pro as well, but having it on the less expensive next-gen device is good for anyone who wants to upgrade without paying more for the extra Pro features.

According to Ross Young, Google may reduce the Pixel 7's screen size from 6.4 inches on the Pixel 6 to 6.3 inches on the Pixel 7. However, it appears that the Pixel 7 Pro will be the same size as the Pixel 6 Pro, at 6.7. inch.

The Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro will reportedly use the same screens as the Pixel 6 series, with a few minor changes, according to an interesting rumor on 9to5Google (opens in a new tab). However, one of these changes could have a significant impact as the Pixel 7 Pro's screen is expected to go up from 1080p to 2K in order to preserve battery life.

According to later sources, the Pixel 7 Pro will have a different display than its predecessor, although it will maintain the same adaptive refresh rate range (10Hz to 120Hz) and resolution (3120 x 1440). The Pixel 7 Pro's screen brightness, which will reach 600 nits on the default setting instead of the Pixel 6 Pro's 500 nits, will also see an improvement. The Pixel 7 Pro had a maximum brightness of 1,000 nits.

While it's still early days, we've put together a comparison of the Pixel 7 and Pixel 6 differences, including both official Google announcements and rumors of upcoming revisions.

What we hope to see from the Google Pixel 7
While there haven't been any concrete rumors about the Pixel 7 yet, it hasn't stopped us from building our wishlist. We just hope that Google considers ideas for its next phone in addition to what it previously revealed.

A more reliable fingerprint scanner

In our reviews, we lament the under-display fingerprint scanner on the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro. Since the company previously installed a fingerprint reader on the back of its phones, this is Google's first attempt to include the under-display scanner. But this does not excuse the operation of an unreliable scanner.

If Google can solve the shortcomings of the current fingerprint scanner, we will be completely satisfied. An also viable strategy is to use Qualcomm's ultrasonic fingerprint scanner system, which uses sound waves to identify your fingerprints and is therefore less susceptible to screen scratches (which is found in the Samsung Galaxy S21).

Another option would be for Google to completely ditch the fingerprint reader and move to face unlock, as it did with the Google Pixel 4. However, the method wasn't very efficient either, and it will take some time until it becomes as smooth and reliable as a system Face ID from Apple. In order to fit the required sensors, Google may also need to go back to the larger top bezel. Despite this, there have been new reports that the Pixel 6 Pro may still receive the face unlock feature; If this is the case, face unlock will undoubtedly be available for the Pixel 7 Pro at least.

For all models, better and brighter screens

There are several ways Google can improve the Pixel 7 series screens. Starting with the brightness. Even when set to maximum brightness in full sunlight, Google's screens on the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro are surprisingly dim. Undoubtedly, it's awful not being able to see your smartphone screen clearly, so if Google can boost the Pixel 7's screen brightness by a few hundred nits, it will be one of the worst problems with patching the Pixel 6 series.

The screen specs on the base Pixel 7 model could also use some improvements. The basic Pixel 6 only supports 90Hz, but the Pixel 6 Pro offers 120Hz. This is an improvement over the 60Hz that only smartphones used to offer, but given that devices less expensive than the Pixel 6 can deliver 120Hz (for example, see the Samsung Galaxy A52 5G or Redmi Note 10 Pro), we'd like to see Google do it. apply it as well. Although not as critical, upping the Pixel 6's FHD resolution to QHD like the Pro's would be beneficial.

One TG writer, who recently purchased a Pixel 6 Pro, has expressed that he would like Google to replace the Pixel 7 Pro's curved display with a flat one. Prior to the Pixel 6 Pro, Google didn't use curved screens, so if enough Pixel 6 Pro owners express dissatisfaction, this design decision may not be used again. The main issue then will be ergonomics, as the phone's massive 6.8-inch curved edges make it easier for people to handle the screen.

The camera has been added to the base Pixel 7 model.

The Pixel 6 may have been treated unfairly by Google by only receiving two rear cameras. Despite having the same number of cameras as the Pixel 5 and Pixel 4, in addition to what the base iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 mini offer, it's disappointing given that some high-end smartphones now offer up to four cameras in addition to a depth sensor (such as Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra).

While its zoom won't match the 4x optical zoom of the Pixel 7 Pro model, the telephoto lens would be the obvious choice for the base model's third camera. It may also be a specialized macro camera for incredibly close-up photos or a depth camera for more accurate portrait shots and greater AR functionality are useful additions as well.

This is one wish-list item that probably won't be fulfilled, according to rumors that the Pixel 7's camera arrangement won't differ from that of the Pixel 6.

Increase battery life

We usually like to see this with every new iteration of a certain phone series, but it's especially important for the Pixel 7 series.

The Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro showed poor longevity when connected to the internet via 5G despite having the largest battery ever in a Pixel phone. If you can't count on consistent, fast Wi-Fi connections everywhere you go, this will become an increasingly important issue as 5G networks spread across the US, UK and beyond.

The batteries in the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro don't seem to be too short given their capacities of 4,614mAh and 5,000mAh, respectively. Google will likely focus instead on making the most of the electricity it has access to inside cells.

Faster shipping

Again, faster charging is something every phone should strive for, and while Google has made improvements to the Pixel 6, more work still needs to be done to make it a true competitor.

The Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro can now charge up to 30W cable and 23W wireless after years of using 18W charging. However, despite having a reasonably high charging power, the Pixel 6 in our test only charged to 29% of its capacity after 30 minutes of use on a 30W external charger. (One is not included in the box with the Pixel 6). That's not very fast, especially when you consider that phones like the OnePlus 9 series charge almost completely in 30 minutes.

If you were using a plug made by Google, the Pixel 6 might charge more quickly, but as it is, that's unacceptably slow. To enable faster filling with the same wattage, Google may use a similar two-cell battery for the OnePlus 9 or a higher-wattage charger for the Pixel 7.

Warning slider

The notification slider is a vital component of the phone for iPhone users (and to a lesser extent OnePlus customers). Without having to unlock the phone or even turn on the screen, it's a quick and effective way to enable or disable notification sounds.

Since the alert slider was never included in a Pixel phone and is now only found on Apple and OnePlus models, it seems doubtful that Google will change its position. However, we still think the Pixel 7 would benefit greatly from having this.

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