Google Pixel smartphones are usually launched around October but little details of the Google Pixel 7 series have started coming out much earlier. Taking the Pixel legacy forward, Google is likely to come up with the next smartphone series later this year in the US and these devices will compete with flagship smartphones from the house of Apple and Samsung.
Although there is no official word on the launch date, Pixel 7 Pro renders have started surfacing online. In one such development, well-known tipster OnLeaks and SmartPrix have leaked the design images of the upcoming premium smartphone. If you go by the leaked design renders, the Pixel 7 Pro is expected to come with minor changes over the Pixel 6 Pro.
Google Pixel 7 Pro design renders
As per SmartPrix, the Google Pixel 7 Pro sports the same curved edges as its predecessor. The upcoming Google flagship is somewhat shorter in terms of length and also a little bit broader and bushier against the Pixel 6 Pro.
There is a 6.7-6.8-inch AMOLED display at the front, which features a hole-punch design at the top centre. There is the absence of the plastic strip on the device, as per the leaked renders.
In terms of optics, the upcoming Google Pixel 7 Pro features a triple-camera module on the rear panel. It houses a main wide camera, an ultrawide camera and a periscope camera.
As per reports, there could be a couple of other sensors along with the microphone unit as well. However, the reports do not mention any details regarding the camera sensors.