Smartphone lovers around the world are waiting for the new devices in the Google Pixel flagship smartphone series. In that case, there is speculation that Google is going to unveil their upcoming Pixel 7 series smartphones in the fourth quarter of this year. Practice with this series has already begun. The design of the Google Pixel 7 handset has recently been unveiled from a CAD render. And now the impressive design has come out from the CAD render of Google Pixel 7 Pro.
In front is the CAD render of Google Pixel 7 Pro
Tipstar Steve Hemmerstoffer and tech site SmartPrix have jointly released the renders of the computer-aided design (CAD) of the Google Pixel 7 Pro online. According to this render, the general design of the Pixel 7 Pro is not much different from the predecessor Pixel 7 Pro model. On the front of the phone, there is a punch-hole display with a thin bezel, and on the rear panel, you can see a dual-tone finish with a horizontal or horizontal camera strip, including a triple camera unit, a microphone, and an LED flash. Apparently, the Google Pixel 8 Pro model’s camera system will include a primary wide-angle lens, a periscope telephoto lens, and an ultraviolet snapper.
Also, the camera strip of the Google Pixel 7 Pro looks set to be integrated with the frame of the device, similar to last year’s Samsung Galaxy S21 series. The device will measure 183 x 7.8 x 7.8 millimeters. Render estimates that it will have a 6.8-inch to 6.8-inch curved edge display. In addition, a microphone will be provided on the top of the device. At the bottom, it will have two grills, a USB Type-C port and a microphone. The Google Pixel 7 Pro phone has a volume button on the right, and a SIM card slot on the left.
Note that a recent report from 9 to 5 Google (9to5Google) revealed that the codenames for Google Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro are Cheetah and Panther, respectively. Both Pixel 7 series phones will likely have a second-generation tensor chip, which will come with a Samsung-made Exynos 5300 modem. Also, the other specifications of the Google Pixel 7 series are still unknown.