The Pixel 7 series has been the subject of leaks numerous times. We’ve seen a glimpse into Pixel 7 Pro’s and Pixel 7 and the Pixel 7 Pro’s design that suggested a design similar to that of the Pixel 6 series. More evidence supporting this speculation has come out as the leaked Pixel 7 Pro case photos. Here’s a glimpse.
Pixel 7 Pro Case Images Appear
An earlier story published by TechGoing has shed some light on the potential causes of the Pixel 7 Pro. Based on the images that have been released, they suggest that the Pixel 7 Pro will take the design cues of its predecessor and, consequently, feature an angled camera visor on the back panel and a punch-hole-screen on the top of the display. The display is likely to be curving.
The camera housings on the rear appear bigger, however. Although the case does not reveal what’s behind it, we can assume that it will have a dual-tone display similar to that of the Pixel 6 series. The ports and buttons on the phone’s right-hand side can be shown sporting the power button and volume keys, and the left side is unadorned. The bottom has a USB Type-C port and the grille for the speaker.
There is a chance that the standard Pixel 7 will also come with the same style. However, there may be some minor distinctions between the two.
Regarding the specs, the specs are not clear at the moment. But, there are reports that it could come with a Pixel 7 Pro might come with the 6.7-inch or 6.8-inch AMOLED curved screen and support 120Hz refresh rates and perhaps a display-mounted fingerprint scanner.
There may be three cameras in the rear, which include the main camera and an ultra-wide camera and a portrait lens. This smartphone (even its Pixel 7) is expected to run on the yet to be announced next-generation Tensor chip, as was previously speculated in the past too.
The other details remain hidden in the shadows. For the release date, Google could launch the Pixel 7 lineup in a couple of months, but there is no confirmation of the exact timeframe. We’ll keep you updated regarding these details when we know more. In the meantime, keep an eye on this blog.