The new Google Pixel 7 is eagerly awaited. According to a trustworthy leak, the innovations compared to the predecessor Pixel 6 should only be marginal.
Apparently the specs for the new pixel generation are known. The leaker Yogesh Brar, who has had a flair for trustworthy leaks in the past, has published interesting information about the new Pixel 7 on his Twitter profile. According to this, the specifications should hardly differ from the Pixel 6 for the most part.
The main camera is the same, the display is shrinking
The motto could “The same procedure as every year”. According to Leaker Brar, for example, the main camera remains unchanged. As with the predecessor, Google relies on a 50 MP main camera. The ultra-wide-angle camera should also continue to take pictures with a 12-megapixel resolution. The situation is similar when it comes to memory: The Pixel 7 is said to be coming onto the market again with 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB to 256 GB of flash memory.
What seems to change, however, is the size of the display. Google is apparently planning a smaller 6.3-inch display for the Pixel 7. For comparison, the Pixel 6 has a 6.4-inch screen. But that should remain the same 1080p+ OLED panel with a refresh rate of 90 Hertz.
New selfie camera, battery and tensor chip
What else is new? According to the leak, the Pixel 7 should get a new selfie camera. Instead of 8 megapixels, the new front camera is said to offer 11 megapixels. It’s quite possible that Google wants to pave the way for face recognition. The battery improves marginally 4,700mAh. As usual, charging is via USB-C with up to 30 watts.
The Google Pixel 7 is said to come with the new tensor G2 be equipped with an ARM chip. The chip consists of two high-performance Cortex-X1 cores, two Cortex-A76 cores and four efficient Cortex-A55 cores. However, according to another Leaked on Twitter only slightly faster than the first generation Tensor chip. We will find out what the rumors are about at the official presentation of the new Pixel devices on October 8th.