During the coming months, Google will debut its next-generation flagship Pixel 7 series. During the annual I/O Developer conference in May, we saw the smartphone’s design. The Pixel 7 and 7 Pro’s camera configuration has been tipped by tipster Paras Guglani (@passionategeekz).
The Pixel 7 series will replace the Pixel 6 series. Pixel 7 comes with a 50MP primary lens and a 12MP ultra-wide-angle lens, just like its predecessor. Alternatively, the Pro model comes with an additional 48MP telephoto sensor.
It was revealed that the c will have a 50MP Samsung GN1 sensor paired with a Sony IMX381 ultra-wide angle lens. According to reports, the IMX380 will be upgraded from 12.3MP to 14.3MP. A 48MP GM1 telephoto lens is reportedly included in the Google Pixel 7 Pro, with the rest of the sensors being the same. It is expected that both upcoming Google smartphones will feature a 10.87MP Samsung sensor for selfies and video calls.
Google Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro are confirmed to feature the company’s next-generation Tensor processor. There will be an aluminium horizontal bridge on the back panel housing dual cameras in a pill-shaped cutout, along with a third lens paired with an LED flash. Featuring a dual-tone finish and a premium glass back panel, the Pixel 7 duo ships with Android 13 OS.