The Google Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro’s colour selections were just made public by the firm. There will be three colour options for each of the two future smartphones.
The publicly available photographs also illustrate how the two versions’ rear camera bars differ just a little. The Tensor G2 SoC from Google will power the Pixel 7 line of smartphones.
The Pixel 7, Pixel 7 Pro, and Pixel Watch will be unveiled at an event on October 6 hosted by Google. On the occasion, new Nest smart home products will be unveiled.
Both of the lineup’s smartphones’ colour options are now displayed on the Pixel 7 series landing page on the Google store. The Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro both come in the colours Obsidian and Snow.
For the Pixel 7 Pro, the third colour option is Hazel with a gold camera strip, while the third colour option for the Pixel 7 is Lemongrass with a bronze bar.
While the looks of both devices are similar, the Pixel 7 Pro seems to have a polished, sparkly appearance, while the Pixel 7 seems to have a matte surface.
In addition, the metal strip on the Pixel 7 Pro has two cutouts as opposed to just one. A telephoto camera could fit in the second hole on the Pixel 7 Pro in addition to the larger slot’s two image sensors.
The Google Tensor G2 is the name of the next chipset that powers the Pixel 7 series, which is now mentioned on the home page. A new generation of “personalised features to images, videos, security, and speech recognition” is reportedly being introduced. These smartphones can boot Android 13 right out of the box as well.
On Tuesday, Google said that the Pixel 7 series would go on sale on October 6. The Google Pixel Watch, the first wristwatch created and manufactured by the firm, will also be unveiled at the same event. The watch will function on WearOS and be compatible with Android and Pixel phones.