In keeping with Google’s regular release timetable, the Google Pixel 7 Pro is scheduled to be unveiled in October, which is quite some time away. We’ve previously seen leaked CAD-based pictures of it back in February, and now a pair of freshly outed renders showing the phone in a case essentially confirms those photos’ depiction of the phone.
Because case producers are provided the precise measurements of smartphones in advance, as well as critical features like the locations of buttons and camera islands, these “phones in a case” images often come from them.
As previously shown via CAD-based renderings, the camera visor on the rear of the vehicle is here to stay. It wasn’t an isolated incident with the Pixel 6s. Actually, the whole design of the Pixel 7 Pro, from the curved screen to the triple back camera system to the LED flash location, looks hauntingly similar to its predecessor.
According to speculation, the Pixel 7 Pro will include a centred hole-punch camera like the Pixel 6 Pro, even if these images do not show a front camera. This phone is expected to include an AMOLED display with 120Hz refresh rate and an inbuilt fingerprint sensor, according to previous reports. The smartphone is said to be powered by a second-generation Google Tensor processor.