The business recently unveiled the colour possibilities for the Google Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro. Each of the two future smartphones will be offered in three colour options. The publicly available photographs also reveal the two models’ somewhat different rear camera bars. Google’s newest Tensor G2 SoC will be used to power the Google Pixel 7 line of smartphones. On October 6, Google will hold a launch event for the Pixel 7, Pixel 7 Pro, and Pixel Watch. On the occasion, new Nest smart home gadgets will also be unveiled. Follow Our website satiknews.com for the latest updates.
The colour options for both of the Pixel 7 series smartphones are now displayed on the landing page for the Google shop. The Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro both come in the Obsidian and Snow colour variants. Hazel with a gold camera strip is the third colour option for the Pixel 7 Pro, while Lemongrass with a bronze bar is the third colour option for the Pixel 7.
Although the two phones have similar designs, the Pixel 7 Pro seems to have a polished, shiny appearance, while the Pixel 7 seems to go for a matte finish. Additionally, the metal strip on the Pixel 7 Pro has two cutouts as opposed to the Pixel 7’s single cutout. The Pixel 7 Pro’s separate cutout might contain a telephoto camera in addition to the bigger slot’s two image sensors.
The Google Tensor G2 next-generation processor, which powers the Pixel 7 series, is now also mentioned on the home page. New “personalised features to photographs, videos, security, and speech recognition” are reportedly included. Additionally, these smartphones can boot Android 13 right out of the box. For the latest news, follow us on Google News
Google said on Tuesday that the Pixel 7 series will debut on October 6. On the same occasion, the Google Pixel Watch, the business’s first developed and manufactured wearable, will also be unveiled. WearOS will be used by the watch, which will work with Android and Pixel phones.