On October 6, Google Pixel 7 and Google Pixel 7 Pro are expected to be unveiled and made available for pre-order. Starting on October 13th, the phones will be for sale. I/O 2022’s event in May saw the initial confirmation of the Google Pixel 7 series. At the I/O 2022 developers conference, Google formally announced the Google Pixel 7 and Google Pixel 7 Pro. These are anticipated to go on sale in the second half of the year, and previous leaks have given us some indication of what to anticipate.
The next Google Pixel 7 series is anticipated to compete with Apple’s iPhone 14 series. Now, renowned tipper Jon Prosser has disclosed the release date and pre-order information for the Google Pixel 7 series, citing reliable sources. The Google Pixel 7 and Google Pixel 7 Pro will go available for pre-order on October 6th, so it’s possible they’ll be unveiled on the same day, according to Jon Prosser. On October 13th, the lineup will be available in retailers. India’s availability hasn’t been discussed yet.
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Launch dates for Google Pixel 7 and Google Pixel 7 Pro
The company’s two flagship products, the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro, were first announced at the I/O 2022 event back in May. On October 6th, these will be revealed and made available for pre-order. Launch day for the phones is October 13. These information was leaked by renowned leaker Jon Prosser, and given his track record with the Pixel 6 dates from the previous year, these dates may be accurate.
Specifications for the Pixel 7 series
The second generation Tensor chipset will power the Google Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro, and the hardware specifications will be unveiled at the launch event in October. The phones’ 256GB storage space and up to 12GB RAM may not be further extendable. They’ll probably start the Android 13 OS right out of the box. The phone’s display is rumoured to be brighter than the Pixel 6 series’ display from the previous year, and the Pixel 7 Pro could have a QHD+ 120Hz panel. The rear camera module appears to have received a modest design update, but the front piece is still the same as the Google Pixel 6.
Moving on to optics, information about the Pixel 7 series camera has been posted online. The Sony IMX381 ultra-wide-angle camera will be combined with the Samsung GN1 sensor, which is thought to be the main sensor. A front-facing 11MP Samsung 3J1 sensor will be present on both Pixel 7 devices for dual-pixel selfies, which is said to increase overall quality and enable somewhat secure face recognition. In-display fingerprint sensors for security and 5G network connectivity are probably present in both of them.