With the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro out for almost a year, Google is preparing the Pixel 7. Google officially teased the Pixel 7 series at its I / O conference this May, and since then, expectations have simply increased. The Pixel 7 is launching at the end of the year and will be Google’s answer for the iPhone 14.
In addition to Google’s official announcement, the details of the phone have come out over the last few months, which makes it a little clearer what we should expect. Like all leaked and pre-release information (even from the manufacturer), take it with suspicion.
As is standard on all Pixel phones except the Pixel 5, Google will launch at least two models of the Pixel 7. These will be called Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro. They will share a similar design to last year’s Pixel 6 handset, but general spec upgrades are scattered.
This is a release strategy often used by Google for the Pixel series. Last year we gave Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro, before that there were Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL, etc.
Google Pixel 7 inherited much of what Google Pixel 6 created. It looks closer to the Pixel 6, except for a slight change in the camera visor or camera bar (or whatever you want to call it). This means that the rear camera, like the Visa, will gratefully have a design fixture, as will the front-centered hole-punch camera. The two-tone design on the glass is sadly gone, but Google is using the camera bar to add an extra touch of color this time around.
For a company moving away from a distinctive design with the Pixel 4 and 5, owning such an attractive look can be a good thing for brand recognition. The design of the Pixel 6 is really different from other smartphones. Repeating on it means carving a look. It would be a good choice if Google could continue
Google Pixel 7 and 7 Pro are expected to make some changes. Significantly, the Pixel 7’s screen size is dropping to 6.2 inches. The Pixel 7 Pro is expected to go up a bit and be shipped with a 6.8-inch display.
Inside, Google is expected to bypass the Qualcomm Snapdragon processor and continue to work with its own in-house tensor chips. There has been a report The Tensor 2 chip is working, which Google has confirmed. Although it will undoubtedly be more powerful, Power is not the place where Google’s first Tensor Flounder took place. The company’s modem choice resulted in an inconsistent signal performance that had a detrimental effect on the battery, as shown by battery tests conducted by both. GSMA Arena And DXOmark. Hopefully, the rent for the second generation tensor chip will be a bit better.
That said, the question arises as to how powerful Google’s Tensor 2 will be. Analysis A Pixel 7 Pro prototype released from eBay reveals that the chip will have the same CPU core configuration as the end. GPUs like image signal processors and custom tensor processing units may still see upgrades, but CPU performance gaps between tensors and Apple or Qualcomm processors are not expected to narrow.
Google’s Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro Expected Keep the same camera layout and specs as the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro. This means that the Pixel 6 will have a 50-megapixel main camera and a 12MP ultraviolet camera, while the Pixel 7 Pro will add a 48MP telephoto lens to the layout.
Google has done this before with the Pixel 3, Pixel 4, and Pixel 5 all with the same camera. Frankly, the hardware is good, and the camera experience on both phones is excellent. The logic here may be the same, Google focuses on getting the most out of the camera hardware before moving on to the new.
Google’s Pixel 7 cover is expected to break at the company’s annual #MadebyGoogle event in October. In terms of pricing, the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro were aggressively priced, making Google a premium marketer (at least). North America) Instead of raising prices to compete with the likes of Apple and Samsung, it would be wise for the company to stick to the starting price of $ 600 and $ 900, both of which still maintain considerable mentality and ecosystem advantages over Google products.
Other Google Pixel-branded products are expected to arrive later this year Pixel Notepad, Pixel Watch, and Pixel 6a. Google made it available at the end of July, following the announcement of the first Google I / O on the 6a slate. It will act as a bridge between the Pixel 6 and the Pixel 7 and will be Google’s first phone release in 2022. It will look a lot like the Pixel 6 and 7, but will have the new Tensor 2 processor and much more powerful camera and internal. Go a long way towards setting apart from the more expensive models.
The Pixel Watch will come with the Pixel 7 later this year. Although Google has not yet shared price and availability. And for the Pixel Notepad – Google’s long-rumored foldable – it remains a mystery. Some people believe that it may show an amazing presence before the end of 2022, but we can wait until 2023 (or later) before it shows.