October 3, 2022
Google Pixel 7 will be launched in these color options, know full specifications and details

Google Pixel 7 Price and Specifications : Global tech brand Google may soon launch new Pixel series smartphones Google Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro. At present, no official information has been given by the company about the specification, price and availability of the upcoming smartphone, but recently the company has revealed the color options of both the smartphones. It is expected that in the market the likes of iPhone 14 Pro and Samsung Galaxy S22 Plus will compete with Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra. According to reports, the Pixel 7 series will be powered by Google’s next-generation Tensor G2 SoC.

Google Pixel 7 Color Option

Google Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro color options have been revealed recently by the company. The Google Store landing page now shows the color options for both the handsets in the lineup. Google has set an event to launch the Pixel 7, Pixel 7 Pro and Pixel Watch on October 6. It will also unveil new Nest smart home devices at the event. Both the upcoming handsets will come with three color variants each. The images released also show a minor difference in the rear camera bar of the two models. The obsidian and snow color options are common to the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro. The third color option for the Pixel 7 Pro is hazel gold with a camera strip, while the third color variant of the Pixel 7 is lemongrass with a bronze bar.

Google Pixel 7 Specifications

Display and Design

Google overhauled the look of its phones with last year’s Pixel 6 release, and this distinctive look will continue with this year’s model with a horizontal camera bar stretching across the back of the phone, according to Pixel 7 images shared by Google. based on. The design of both the Google Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro handsets is the same, however, the Pixel 7 Pro has a glossy polished look and the Pixel 7 seems to go for a matte finish. Furthermore, the Pixel 7 Pro has two cutouts in the metal strip, as opposed to a single cutout on the Pixel 7. The big slot houses dual image sensors and the separate cutout on the Pixel 7 Pro could also house the telephoto camera. The Pixel 7 Pro is slightly wider at 76.68mm versus 75.89mm though it’s not the kind of change you might notice with the naked eye. The new phone is also 0.2 mm thinner than before.

Google Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro will expect its screen size to remain unchanged at 6.7 inches. The OLED panel on the Pixel 6 Pro can optimize its refresh rate between 10Hz and 120Hz depending on what was happening on the display, and we’re also planning a return of that feature for the Pixel 7 Pro. Some new phones are capable of scaling up to 1Hz in one step to preserve battery life, and we wouldn’t mind if Google optimized that capability for its upcoming phones.


The cameras on the Google Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro aren’t expected to change that much, but that’s not necessarily a bad thing. The Pixel 6 Pro is one of the best camera phones out there, so it should deliver some great shots from the same camera hardware as this year’s model. We can only see the expected specs – the same 50MP main camera which is augmented by a 12MP ultrawide and 48MP telephoto lens on the Pixel 6 Pro. The telephoto camera should be capable of 4x optical zoom. Camera hardware is only part of the story of Google’s phones. The company also specializes in computational photography, turning to software and machine learning to produce great-looking images.


As for the Google Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro battery life, the rumors have not given us any clue whether Google will match the 5,000mAh cell of the Pixel 6 Pro. Google should do better on the battery front, as the Pixel 6 Pro was disappointing in the battery test. Pixel 6 Pro test unit discharged after 7 hours and 49 minutes.


The main change we already know about the Google Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro is the Tensor 2 silicon that will power new versions of Google’s phones. Google introduced the Tensor chip last year as a way to bring more machine learning-powered experiences to its devices. We’ll be interested to see how the new Google chipset measures up to the Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1 which, while powered phones like the Galaxy Z Fold 4, improve on the performance of the Snapdragon 8. Gen 1-based Android devices. Since the original Tensor didn’t put up much of a fight against the A15 Bionic inside Apple’s iPhone 13 devices, we don’t sweat too much about the Tensor 14 delivering the A16 Bionic inside the iPhone 2 Pro. A bootloader screen on the Pixel 7 Pro prototype shows that Google may equip its phone with up to 12GB of faster LPDDR5 RAM, while also adding up to 256GB of storage. It is unclear whether those will be the specs of the base model.

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