Pixel 7 Pro Latest Render: Rear camera looks like iPhone 14 Pro exclamation point punch hole

Last year, Google launched the “self-developed” Tensor chip on the Pixel 6 series. At present, performance and power consumption are not bad, so the next-generation Pixel 7 series will continue to be equipped with Tensor chips. Recently, an overseas blogger has exposed a set of high-definition renderings of the Pixel 7 Pro model, which are very detailed and should be basically consistent with the current real device.

According to the picture, the Pixel 7 Pro basically continues the design scheme of the previous generation, with a full-screen scheme with a hole in the center on the front, and a rear camera module arranged horizontally in a long strip on the back.

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Among them, in addition to the front opening, the front opening is very small, and the surrounding borders are also very narrow, almost achieving the effect of the same width on all four sides, only the chin part is slightly wider, and the whole visual effect is very immersive.

It is worth noting that the rear camera opening on the back of the Pixel 7 Pro looks very familiar at first glance. It is somewhat similar to the opening on the iPhone 14 Pro renderings that have been circulating on the Internet recently. Both are designed with an exclamation mark. A long bar with a circular opening on the right.

The Pixel 7 Pro is also equipped with a periscope telephoto lens in the circular opening on the right side, which is very scarce on today’s Android flagships and can bring better telephoto performance.

In addition, the Google Pixel 7 series will be pre-installed with the Android 13 operating system, which will also be the industry’s first flagship phone with the Android 13 system pre-installed, which is worth looking forward to.

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