Google announced at its Google I / O developer conference that it is ready to officially launch its new Google Pixel 7 series of phones, which will include the regular version Google Pixel 7 and Google Pixel 7 Pro officially next October.
Today, popular leaker Jon Prosser confirmed that the Google Pixel 7 series will be officially released in mid-October. According to reports, the two phones will be available for pre-order on October 6, and later go on sale on October 13.
The phones are expected to work with Google's new Tensor 2 processor. Also, the famous tech leaker DCS mentioned on the Chinese "Weibo" website that the manufacturer responsible for producing the Google Pixel 7 series is Foxconn China.
Google Pixel 7 series specifications
The Google Pixel 7 will come with a 2K display and a single-hole punch in the top center of the screen. The series will come with a ceramic body in addition to a 50-megapixel main camera and a periscope. In addition to the Samsung 3J1 front camera with an accuracy of 11 megapixels.
According to previous leaks, the Google Pixel 7 Pro model will also come with a Sony IMX 787 sensor. It has been equipped with a periscope telephoto camera in the circular aperture on the right side, which is very rare in today's Android flagships and can bring better remote shooting performance.
In addition, the Google Pixel 7 series of phones will run Android 13, which will also be the first flagship phone to arrive with this version of the operating system.
The series will be powered by a second-generation Tensor chip, which is undoubtedly better and faster than its predecessor. This device can come with up to 12GB of RAM, and there will likely be an option for 128GB and 256GB storage.