The Pixel 7 Pro is still being talked about. The smartphone is being revealed a little more since photos of a prototype have been floating around the net. If it’s visually very close to the Pixel 6 Pro, it should offer some real technical differences.
The Pixel 7 Pro is expected in October. To silence the rumors, Google has already officially announced it at its Google I/O conference, but without saying much. This did not prevent the leaks remain.
Today it is a prototype that talks about him. It is shared on a Russian Telegram channel. A user could manipulate the terminal and reveals some very interesting information. Yes, the Pixel 7 Pro is a lookalike of the 6 Pro, but that doesn’t mean it’s comparable.
The Pixel 7 Pro would deliver a new screen
The Pixel 7 Pro should have a new screen compared to the 6 Pro. So it should be much brighter than the last one, which was already satisfactory at this point. In fact, the Pixel 7 Pro would be equipped with a new haptic chip, the Cirrus Logic CS40L26 (versus the CS40L25 in the 6 Pro). The same goes for the NFC chip, which goes from STMicroelectronics’ ST54K to the ST21NFC. Changes that are minor at the moment, but they should help make the smartphone more comfortable to hold and smoother to use, especially regarding the use of NFC.
For the rest, we are still waiting for a real difference that would justify the development of this iteration in 2022. This should be at the level of the photo. We know that the Pixel 6 Pro is one of the best on the market in this segment and the 7 Pro will have the difficult task of doing better. On this, the smartphone should also stand out in appearance, since the photo module (which will always be in the form of a strip over the entire width of the back) will house a double sensor much more visible. Now just waiting for more information from the leakers, or even from Google. The Mountain View firm will release the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro in October if all goes well. It should be the first terminal to be equipped with Android 13.
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