MyDrivers supplied these graphics, which appear to have come from a source called ‘Fast Technology,’ but how this source gained or made them is unknown, so we’d recommend taking them with a grain of salt.
Again, this looks to be a triple lens camera, but this time the wide- and ultra-wide lenses appear to be joined together, with an additional, smaller periscope lens located on the right.
Finally, the camera is placed in the middle of a brilliant blue back, with a more subdued hue on each side of it.
Although it has many physical characteristics with Google’s Pixel 6 lineup in terms of size, shape, and colour, it stands distinct due to the addition of a silver-colored camera block and other design cues.
Don’t get your hopes up on this being the actual thing.
This is a visually pleasing design, but it’s possible that it’s wrong. The first warning indicator is that the source is a little hazy, which suggests that these leaks are just based on past disclosures rather than any fresh or sensitive information.
As a bonus, it’s possible that the camera block is incorrectly coloured, given that it’s an entirely different shade of blue than what we’ve previously seen on other models. The side bezels of the screen may also appear to be a little too wide.
Even if Google came up with this design, it may not make it to market due to the fact that we are still so far away from launch. The sky blue Pixel 7 Pro might be released in October, but it’s also possible that it won’t.