The rumors and leaks of the Pixel 7 duo phones are indeed heating up in the final week. Google is going to held its “Pixel Hardware Made by Google” event on October 6th, where it will unveil the Pixel 7, Pixel 7 Pro , along with the new Pixel Watch.
The Pixel 7 series has been the subject of so many leaks and rumors that we already have a pretty good idea of what to expect. we know everything about these phones – about how they look, about most of their specs, about their pricing, about their pre-order gifts, But today’s leak (courtesy of @YogeshBrar) is the biggest of them all, detailing complete specifications and price details of the both phones.
Beginning with the vanilla Pixel 7 model, the device will be offered with 6.3-inch Full HD+ screen and a refresh rate of 90Hz, while the top-tier Pixel 7 Pro will have a bigger 6.7-inch QHD+ LTPO display that delivers a 120Hz refresh rate. Both phones will be powered by Google’s own & latest Tensor G2 processor with 128GB/256GB storage options under the hood. Pixel 7 Pro has 12 gigabytes of RAM, while the Pixel 7 is limited to 8 gigabytes of RAM.
In contrast with the previous rumors, this specs sheet confirms both the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro phones are ready to ship with face unlock functionality right out of the box. For the first time, Google explicitly mentioned face unlock support alongside fingerprint unlock for latest-generation Pixels.
For photography, both phones’ camera setup will include a 50MP primary camera and 12MP camera ultrawide camera on back side of the device. Pixel 7 Pro will be offered with an additional 48MP telephoto camera with 5x optical zoom, along with other capabilities including movie motion blur, real tone, and Pixel 7 Pro can shoot with high resolution up to 30x zoom (up from 20x on the Pixel 6 Pro) and it also features “Macro Focus” which could perhaps use the telephoto lens as a macro lens, while the Pixel 7 camera’s high-res zoom is limited to an 8x magnification. Marco Focus feature is only available on Google’s Pro model. At the front on both phones, we’ll get a 10.8MP selfie camera which can record 4K videos.
Google claims its Pixel Camera’s “Face Blur solves the problem of blurry faces, and Magic Eraser removes distracting objects from photos.” This Magic Eraser feature has been introduced by Google last year. It seems Google has focused on this feature and promoting it heavily now. Google has also showcased this feature on its latest Pixel 7 promotional video.
Both phones have wired and wireless charging capabilities of yet unconfirmed speeds, but they will last up to more than 24 hours on a single charge. Previous reports have suggested the little boy Pixel 7 will be backed up by a 4,700mAh battery, while the big boy Pixel 7 Pro will is expected to ship with a much better 5,000mAh battery under the hood.
Other notable specs are both phones have water and dust resistance capability with IP68 rating. They also have in-screen fingerprint scanners with Titan M2 security chip.
The source has also confirmed the latest Pixel 7 series will be releasing into markets with the same Pixel 6 pricing, which released last year. That means Pixel 7 with 8GB+128GB option goes on sale for $599, while the Pixel 7 Pro basic model (12GB+128GB) will be retailed at $899.