Google Pixel 7 HD Render: 6.3-inch screen with second-generation Tensor chip

Google is expected to launch the Pixel 6a in May this year, which is a close-to-people model of the Pixel 6/6 Pro that is currently on sale. In October this year, Google will launch the successor to the flagship Pixel 7/7 Pro, which will be equipped with the latest Android 13 system and will be upgraded in many ways. Following the high-definition rendering of the Pixel 7 Pro, Dutch technology media Letsgodigital once again shared the high-definition rendering of the Pixel 7 in the latest article.

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While the Pixel 7 Pro is once again expected to feature a 6.7-inch screen, the base model does appear to have a slightly smaller display than last year. The Google Pixel 7 will have a 6.3-inch OLED display instead of a 6.4-inch screen. That’s still a lot bigger than the Pixel 5’s 5-inch screen. Although the screen size has been reduced, the overall design will not change much, and it will still have a two-color casing and a unique camera design.

The Pixel 7 is expected to have slightly smaller screen edges than its predecessor. In addition, the camera system on the back will also be further improved. The black camera area will continue to be used and blend in with the frame. That’s actually going to be the main design difference from the Pixel 6 — aside from the colors available.

Google will again opt for a glass back and metal frame. The new Pixel phone will feature a flat display, just like its predecessors. Presumably, it will have a Full HD+ display resolution and 120Hz refresh rate. This would be an improvement over the current 90Hz screen. Additionally, the center-located hole-punch selfie camera will be used again.

All physical buttons will be placed on the right side of the device. The power key sits above the volume keys, as we’ve become accustomed to on Google phones. The bottom offers room for a USB Type-C connection, as well as a speaker and a microphone. Unfortunately, as we’ve seen on many top models, a 3.5mm jack is missing. Of course, Bluetooth wireless headphones can also be used.

The Pixel 6 series is the first smartphone to use Google’s self-developed chip, which uses an in-house developed Tensor SoC with advanced machine learning technology. The Pixel 7 series is expected to feature the second-generation Tensor chipset. This appears to be equipped with a Samsung Exynos 5300 modem.

Presumably, Google will offer the same memory configuration. That means 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage will come as standard. Additionally, a 256GB version will be released. It is not possible to expand the storage memory with a microSD memory card.

Very little is known about the details of the camera. Likely, the same sensors will be used. In this case, the Google Pixel 7 will have dual cameras on the back — a 50-megapixel wide-angle camera and a 12-megapixel ultra-wide-angle camera. However, there are also rumors that the ultra-wide-angle camera will be updated to a 50-megapixel sensor. Only the Pro model will have a telephoto lens.

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