Google Pixel 7 Pro: unpublished renderings appeared on the new Google smartphone

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Last year, Google launched his chip Tensor “Self-developed” on the series Pixel 6. At the moment, the performance and power consumption of this chip is at a high standard, and it will also be used for the next generation series. Recently, some bloggers released a new series of high definition renders of Google Pixel 7 Pro.

Google Pixel 7 Pro: new renderings of the device have appeared

These renders would be consistent with previous leaked images of this device. However, while the initial render reveals a black color option, the new images show a celestial version never seen before. Furthermore, the last one of the images shows very defined details and should be close to what will be a real smartphone.

According to the images, the Google Pixel 7 Pro basically continues the design scheme of the previous generation. The device in fact shows a full screen with a hole in the center on the front. The rear camera module uses a horizontal arrangement in a long strip. The hole is very small and the bezels are also very narrow.

Google Pixel 7 Pro render

The smartphone probably reaches the same width on all sides except one which is clearly thicker. It’s worth noting that the rear camera opening on the back of the Google Pixel 7 Pro looks very familiar at first glance – the similarity to the opening on the iPhone 14 Pro renders that have recently circulated on the internet is indeed evident.

The Pixel 7 series will be powered by the second generation Tensor chip, which is arguably even better and faster than its predecessor. This device could have up to 12GB of RAM and you will most likely be able to choose between 128GB and 256GB of storage memory, as is traditional by now.