Google is still gearing up to announce the Pixel 7, the second generation of camera phones powered by Google’s proprietary Tensor chip, which focuses on photography, voice recognition and security. There is no exact date for the presentation yet, but there is an unboxing of the top-end Pixel 7 Pro in black by a blogger from Bangladesh. Here we see a relatively thin box, which indicates the rejection of the complete charging unit. The packaging design is consistent with the corporate identity of Google, nothing unusual.
On the device, you need to pay attention to the camera, reminiscent of the design of the Face ID hole for the iPhone 14 Pro from leaks, the fingerprint scanner in the screen, and the first launch managed to demonstrate the thickness of the frames and the size of the hole for the front camera in the center. The Pixel 7 Pro is expected to feature a 120Hz QHD+ display, the already mentioned second-generation Google Tensor, last year’s triple wide and periscope camera, a 5000mAh battery, and Android 13 with the new Pixel Launcher. Estimated announcement date is October.
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