Currently, Google is releasing the high-end Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro smartphones and the Pixel 7 Pro successor could be made official by fall. In the meantime, the Lets Go Digital site offers us a particularly realistic rendering of what it could look like. Here are all the details.
Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro smartphones seem to have several bugs according to some users and the American giant trying to more or less fix them with system updates. Despite this, the number of devices sold would be very large. While waiting for official information regarding the Pixel 6a, we were able to see the visuals of a render of what could well be the next Google Pixel 7 Pro.
A Google Pixel 7 Pro model with triple cameras on the back
A video published by Technizo Concept on the Lets Go Digital site gives an preview of a potential future Pixel 7 Pro. We can see a rear part of the smartphone which is finally quite close to the current model using a strip wide enough to occupy the entire surface of the mobile and to contain the photo sensors. the Pixel 7 Pro would have a band across the width of the phone with a first capsule-shaped location to accommodate a wide-angle photo sensor and another ultra wide-angle. Right next to it there will be another sensor, behind a round hole this time which would contain a telephoto lens capable of performing an optical zoom. The exact configuration of the sensors remains completely unknown to this day.
The other views of the design and the expected technical characteristics
The rest of the design would be directly inspired by the current Google Pixel 7 Pro with buttons in the same locations and edges just as round as the previous ones. We think of a 6.7 or 6.8 inch AMOLED screen for the Pro version. Inside, we expect to find the second generation of Google Tensor processors and at a higher load speed than with current models. Like many smartphone models, the Google Pixel 7 Pro but also the Pixel 7 should highlight their ability to take beautiful photos but also quality videos. There are several months left before we learn more about them before attending the official presentation expected next fall.