On October 4, Google will unveil the new Pixel 7 Pro alongside the vanilla Pixel 7 and a bunch of other ecosystem products. Google’s upcoming flagship has been detailed by a reliable tipster ahead of its official debut. It looks like Pixel 7 Pro won’t be much of an upgrade – it may have a new chipset but that’s it.
Yogesh Brar has revealed the specs of the upcoming Pixel 7 Pro. Compared to Pixel 6 Pro, there may not be too many upgrades to the handset.
As per Brar, the Pro model will have a 6.7-inch curved QHD LTPO-capable OLED panel that will offer 120Hz refresh rate. A new chip, the Tensor 2, will power the handset, which is expected to bring some serious improvements to the GPU, NPU, and modem.
There will be two storage configurations available: 12GB + 128GB and 12GB + 256GB. There is a possibility that Google won’t offer 512GB storage this year.
The Pixel 7 Pro will be equipped with a triple rear camera setup. It consists of a 50-megapixel main sensor, a 12-megapixel ultra-wide lens, and a 48-megapixel telephoto sensor. Samsung’s GM1 sensor is rumored to be used in the telephoto camera. There will also be an 11-megapixel camera on the front, which may have autofocus this year.
A similar battery of 5,000mAh will be included with the Pixel phone. Some users might not be pleased with the fact that it only supports 30W charging. Wireless charging will also be supported on the device.