Further confirmation on the final appearance of the next Google Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro comes thanks to two 3D printed models made by leaker David Kowalski (known as xleaks7), in collaboration with pigtoucoques.fr (a French brand that makes accessories, covers and skins).
The next top of Google’s range has been the absolute protagonists of the rumors circulated in the last two weeks that have announced the specifications and design of the two smartphones, helping to grow the hype around these products, when there are still several months to go before the time window in which their official presentation is expected.
The 3D Models of Google Pixel 7 and Google Pixel 7 Pro
The 3D models of Google Pixel 7 and Google Pixel 7 Pro were made on the basis of CAD models received by the leaker, as he himself confirmed, “from a reliable source” and therefore are made in 1: 1 scale, representing the two smartphones in exact dimensions.
- Google Pixel 7 will measure 155.6 x 73.1 x 8.7 mm (which becomes 11.5 mm considering the range of the cameras).
- Google Pixel 7 Pro will measure 163 x 76.4 x 8.7 mm (which becomes 11.2 mm considering the range of the cameras).
The mockups of the two smartphones are shown to us in three images that confirm all the details that have emerged so far. On the top of smartphones, where there is also the second microphone (usually used for the suppression of hiss), it seems that Google has decided to place sensors very similar to the 5G mmWave antennas present on the sides of the iPhone 12 and iPhone 13 of Apple (in the American version).
From the rear view of the smartphones we can see that, although the band remains to contain the photographic modules, two for Google Pixel 7 and three for Google Pixel 7 Pro, the lenses are this time surrounded by frames.
From the plan image we can appreciate the dimensional difference between the two smartphones, and Google’s choice, as for the previous Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro, falls on a flat-edged screen for the Pixel 7 and on a screen with curved edges for the Pixel 7 Pro. For both, however, the front camera will be placed in a circular hole, centered at the top of the display. The Google Pixel 7 mockup also confirms the fingerprint sensor under the display.
There are still several months left until the launch of the next Google Pixel 7 and Google Pixel 7 Pro , assuming that Google confirms the autumn launch window of its top-of-the-range Pixel smartphones.
Given the great general interest aroused by these two smartphones, however, we are sure that we will be invested as soon as possible by new rumors that will see them as protagonists.