[Exclusive] Google Pixel 7 Pro renders reveal punch-hole display & triple camera setup

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Google Pixel 7 Series is most likely to be the Android markers smartphone lineup of the year which will compete with Apple’s iPhone 14 series and Samsung’s Galaxy S22 series. Google’s Pixel devices usually launch around October every year but today, Smartprix is exclusively revealing the very first look at the Google Pixel 7 Pro. The Google Pixel 7 Pro renders in crisp 5K resolution come courtesy of Steve Hemmerstoffer aka OnLeaks. Check them out below. [हिंदी में पढ़ें]

Google Pixel 7 Pro First Look [5K renders]

Google Pixel 7 Pro 360o View

These exclusive Pixel 7 Pro images reveal how the design has evolved as compared to currently retailing Google Pixel 6 Pro. Starting from the front, the Google Pixel 7 Pro will sport a 6.7 to 6.8-inch curved display with a single punch-hole selfie camera. It will be a high refresh OLED panel that will be challenge Samsung’s current flagship i.e. Galaxy S22 Ultra.

Google has also made some refinements on the flip side. While Google has retained its signature dual-tone design, the visor-like rear camera module now is merged with the frame updated as seen in the image. It looks merged with the frame, something similar to what Samsung recently did with the Galaxy S21 series.

The bottom of the device houses dual stereo speakers and a USB Type-C charging port while the left side has a SIM card tray. The left side has a power button and volume rockers whereas antenna bands can be seen on all four sides of the device.

There is a horizontal camera strip that houses three cameras including a primary wide-angle camera, a periscope telephoto camera, and a probably ultra-wide camera. There are a couple of sensors housed in the camera module as well as a microphone unit. The camera module is slightly bulging out.

The device has curved edges and a design similar to the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra though it will be slightly slimmer than the S22 Ultra which is 8.9mm thick as compared to Pixel Pro being 8.7mm. This might be because of the difference in the size of the battery. If we include the camera bump, then the thickness of the device is 11.2mm. The dimensions of the device are approximately 163×76.6×8.7mm.

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