08 March 2022
We are months away from Google unveiling its next-gen Pixel smartphone but starting this week, we have started seeing leaks and rumors. It started off with a report detailing the Pixel 7 series' codenames, chip name, and modem details. Today, it is time for the first-ever Pixel 7 Pro leaked renders shared by tipster @OnLeaks in collaboration with Smartprix, an online publication.
The alleged Pixel 7 Pro looks similar to the current-gen Pixel 6 Pro but with a few tweaks. This is not surprising as Google opted for the all-new design just last year. The front side of the phone appears to be unchanged. It is tipped to sport a 6.7-inch or 6.8-inch curved OLED display with a centered punch-hole and high refresh rate.
The back panel is where you will see subtle changes Google reported to have opted for. You will see that the dual-tone design, camera visor, and the "G" logo are still here. The biggest difference is that the visor is said to have been merged with the frame as Samsung has done with its flagships. The phone further has triple rear cameras, a USB Type-C port, and stereo speakers.
It is expected to measure 163×76.6×8.7mm in dimensions. The initial renders do suggest that the Pixel 7 Pro will not deviate that much from the current-gen models. But as we say with early rumors, do take these with a pinch of salt. There is a long way before we even get closer to the launch date and things can always change or leaks can prove to be incorrect.