Author: Eve Esther
At the end of Google I/O 2022, the Google Pixel 7 Pro and the Google Pixel 7 were unveiled.
In an interview, Jon Prosser, a well-known Apple insider, said that the Google 7 phones would be released in mid-October. He further stated that the pre-orders for both phones will begin on October 6 and go on sale on October 13.
Official photographs and renderings of the phones have been released, as seen in the accompanying videos.
With the Pixel 6 smartphones, Google has begun to embrace its distinctive style, which is controversial to many people. The phone’s cameras are housed under a unique visor on the back. Google’s next-generation Tensor processor is the only thing we know about the device’s internal components for now.
When they are launched, these smartphones should be powerful Android devices, particularly considering they will run Android 13 out of the box.
However, renders of the Pixel 7 series were released far earlier than those of the Pixel 6 series in February vs. May. That may or may not imply anything, but it may conceivably indicate an early release date. If we had to guess, we’d think the launch window is still September or October.
With the Pixel 6 series, Google launched a new design language, offering a camera “visor” that extends horizontally across the back of the phone. Everything about it is unlike anything else on the market, giving their products a unique appearance for better or worse.
Claims about the display in the Pixel 7 series imply that it will be primarily unaltered. On Google+, 9to5Google discovered new specifications suggesting the Pixel 7 series would use a similar display technology to its predecessors. There will be a 90Hz refresh rate on the base model and a 120HZ refresh rate on the Pixel 7 Pro. The same display panel from Samsung seems to be used on both versions, which is a good sign.
When Google revealed the cost of the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro, it was a massive surprise to many. The pricing of the Pro model is placed at $899, which was competitive compared to the Ultra and Pro models from Samsung and Apple.
It was, however, the Pixel 6’s $599 price tag that drew the most attention.
As a result of great demand and record sales, we anticipate Google to continue with this price approach with the Pixel 7 series. Since Google had difficulty keeping up with demand, it’s impossible to answer this question.
Although the Pixel 6 series could provide a solid indication again, we’re also unsure about launch markets.
The 2021 phones were first made available in Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Ireland, Japan, Taiwan, the United Kingdom, and the United States. However, in early 2022, the gadgets were introduced in Italy, Singapore, and Spain. Here, we aren’t holding our breath for enormous growth.
Google’s Pixel Watch is also on the way, according to rumors. During Google I/O 2022, a smartwatch was teased. However, we do know a few things about the wearable.
Google Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 pro are on the waiting list for tech enthusiasts and early birds. The smartphone is expected to outperform its predecessor, with its component and design.