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New 3D render leaks an all-new look of Pixel 7 series before launch

Google’s next premium smartphones are still months away, but we’ve begun to learn more about the Pixel 7 series. Several sources got their hands on the rumored Pixel 7 Pro renderings last week, which showed off the forthcoming Pixel flagship from every aspect.

LetsGoDigital has now generated 3D renderings and a concept film for the Pixel 7 Pro in conjunction with Technizo Concept. Technizo Concept’s movie titled “Google Pixel 7 Pro First Look Trailer Concept Introduction” provides us another look at the Pixel 7 Pro.

New 3D rendering and concept video leaks the redesigned Pixel 7 series

The 3D concept video is based on CAD renderings of the Pixel 7 Pro supplied by Steve Hemmerstoffer, alias OnLeaks. According to the images and concept art, it seems like Google will not be tinkering with the design too much. The Pixel 7 series is likely to have the same design as its predecessor, with slight changes in the camera module. The dual-tone design will also be retained.

The design of the triple cameras will be a bit different with the Pixel 7 Pro and even the Pixel 7.

Image Source – LETSGODIGITAL and OnLeaks

The concept image for the Pro model, as well as previously leaked renderings, reveals two distinct cutouts: one for the primary and ultrawide cameras, and another for the periscope camera.

Some key specs and aspects of the Pixel 7 series

It isn’t much known about the Pixel 7 series, but a few clues about the forthcoming Google flagships have leaked in recent years. It is believed to have a 6.7-inch or 6.8-inch curved OLED display with QHD+ resolution and a refresh rate of 120Hz. The Pixel 7 Pro, like its predecessor, will contain an in-display fingerprint sensor. It may also include a second-generation Tensor chip with Samsung’s 5300 Exynos Modem.

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According to 9to5Google, a Tensor processor with model number GS201, internally known as “Cloudripper,” is being tested. Meanwhile, the Pixel 7 and 7 Pro are expected to be nicknamed “Cheeta” and “Panther.”

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