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Google Pixel 7 Review

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As we know that 2021 was the biggest year for the google pixel smartphones. They noticed the chipsets switch from Qualcomm Snapdragon to Google’s very own Tensor chips. Everyone is excited for the next smartphone. According to the rumors, Pixel 7 will arrive in september 2022.  Some rumors say the Pixel 7 comes with a new tensor chip.

The largest difference in this model is the camera bar, which is now blanketed in aluminum instead of being largely made of glass. Along with offering an excellent extra

particular look to the design, plus a fantastic evaluation at the “Hazel” version, this without a doubt also has some sturdiness benefits.

Rumored Specifications


Design and Build





1.   Design google pixel 7

Google Pixel 7 looks very close to the Pixel 6, with no minor changes to the camera visor or camera bar.

This means that a rear-viewing visor-like rear camera will always be a design tool, as there will be a central hole drill in the front.

The two-tone design on glass is no longer sad, but Google is using the camera bar to add that extra color touch to this.

For a company that has gone from unique design to Pixel 4 and pixel 5 to take ownership of such a beautiful look can only be a good thing in product recognition.

The design of the Pixel 6 with 6 different features is really different from other smartphones. Repetition in it means drawing a look. It would be a good decision if Google could continue with it.

2.   Display

The OnLeaks report predicts that the pixel 7 could reduce screen size to 6.2in, while the 7 Pro will remain the same or slightly jump to 6.8in. We do not expect to see too many display changes.

Display industry expert Ross Young reports the same: A display decrease of 6.3in out of 7, while the Pro remains at the same size of 6.7in.

The Pro will at least re-use the 120Hz LTPO AMOLED technology, though it does not specify whether we will see that reduction to 7 normal.

We know that Google is involved in the creation of a self-portrait camera that is displayed below the display. The company has applied for at least two patents so far, the most recent of which we have included here. We have seen used for the same cameras in the likes of ZTE Axon 30 5G and Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3.

3.   Cameras

Google’s Pixel 7 is expected to maintain the same camera design and details as the Pixel 6 . This means that the Pixel 6 will have a 50-megapixel main camera and a 12MP ultrawide camera, while the Pixel 7 Pro will add a 48MP phone lens to the design.

However, Google has done this before with Pixel 3, Pixel 4, and Pixel 5 all playing the same camera. To be clear, the hardware is good and the camera feeling of both phones is very good.

4.   Second Generation Google tensor Chip

One of the key points about Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro was Google’s use of its Tensor chips. Google has taken a major step in controlling the design and production of processors installed on its machines.

Read our full article about pixel 6

Such investments have been quite long. According to the rumors a possible track record of the arrival of the second generation of Tensor chips when it sees the code name ‘Cloudripper’ linked to the model number GS201 that could represent the new silicon.

It sounds complicated, but during product development, there are a variety of codes used by manufacturers. The rumors search function is a strong indication that the new Pixels will come with the latest versions of Tensor chips.

9to5Google Reports:

9to5Google reports that the Cheetah and Panther are referring to the Pixel 7 and 7 Pro, which have major new cat names.

However, the third codename – Ravenclaw – is believed to be more than just a simple Harry Potter reference.

This is probably a combination of Pixel 6 Pro’s ‘Raven’ code with the new feline claw theme. Perhaps referring to a test device that uses the new Tensor 2 chip inside the Pixel 6 Pro computing processors.

5.   Release Date and price

Google’s Pixel 7 is expected to break the cover at the company’s annual MadebyGoogle event in September. In terms of pricing, the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro had strong prices, which led to Google making profits in the leading market.

It would be wise for the company to hold on to $ 600 and initial prices of $ 900. If they rather think to raise the prices to compete with the likes of Apple and Samsung. Both of which still retain the great benefits of mindshare and ecosystem over Google products.

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By Alex Parkinson: Alex is a technology enthusiast who loves to write about gadgets. He has been writing for as long as he could remember, and developed his passion for technology in college. Alex holds a bachelor's degree in Computer Science.


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