Last week we saw the Pixel 7 on eBay, and today, we’re getting a new live glimpse of a prototype Pixel 7 Pro.
This is the first glimpse of the Pixel 7 Pro’s front. In the past, we’ve seen the 7 Pro’s rear at Google at I/O earlier this year. However, the front showcases its long display and hole-punch camera. The display itself is very similar to the Pixel 6 Pro that Google launched last year.
On the rear, we can see that the handset lacks the ‘G’ Google logo, indicating that this is a prototype and not the official device. We can also see the new aluminum finish on its visor, making it more striking than the current Pixel 6 series.
The Pixel 7 Pro will launch in ‘Obsidian,’ ‘Snow’ and ‘Hazel’ colours, whereas the Pixel 7 will release in ‘Obsidian,’ ‘Snow’ and ‘Lemongrass.’ Additionally, it will come with Android 13, the next generation of Google’s Tensor chip and more. Recently, we learned that the second-gen Tensor chipset will host a 4nm process.
Google will launch the Pixel 7 Pro alongside the Pixel 7 and Pixel Watch later this fall. We expect an October launch like in previous years.