Google Pixel 7 Pro's Display And Tensor Chip Details Leaked: Know Everything

New details of the upcoming Google Pixel 7 Pro have leaked, courtesy of a dead prototype of the smartphone that suggests it will be the most premium device from the tech giant. The new leaks suggest that the Google Pixel 7 Pro model will use a Samsung S6E3HC4 display with a 3120 x 1440 resolution while the Pixel 6 Pro featured a Samsung S6E3HC3 display. Google, at its annual Google I/O conference, had previewed its Pixel 7 phones, which will be powered by the next version of Google Tensor SoC, new technology and "fastest performance". The leaked details of the mentioned device which has been made useless by remotely being bricked by Google reveal some information about the Pixel 7 Pro, thanks to the device logs. It has been rendered useless like most other Pixel 7 models that were recently sold online. According to the leaked device logs, the Pixel 7 Pro will sport a Tensor 2 SoC that would use the same 2+2+4 core design with two performance cores, two mid-cores and four low-power cores, says a report by Android Central. What we know about the Pixel 7 series so far Meanwhile, apart from revealing the upcoming Pixel 7 devices at I/O event, Google also teased the backs of the devices that retain the "visor" design from the Pixel 6 lineup. A change from the Pixel 6 line is the camera bar itself which is made out of polished aluminium that runs into the frame on both sides. According to the images teased by Google at the I/O conference, the Pixel 7 Pro may be launched in only Black, White, Grey and Seafoam colour options with no "Kinda Coral" variant in sight. Another change in the camera design is that the camera cutouts into the aluminum are very obvious this time and look very bold and prominent. Line the previous Pixel 6 series, the Pixel 7 Pro features three rear sensors while the Pixel 7 has two cameras. The Pixel 7 Pro is likely sticking with the ultrawide/standard wide/telephoto configuration for the rear cameras, as suggested by leaks and renders.

Google Pixel 7 Pro's Display And Tensor Chip Details Leaked: Know Everything

New details of the upcoming Google Pixel 7 Pro have leaked, courtesy of a dead prototype of the smartphone that suggests it will be the most premium device from the tech giant. The new leaks suggest that the Google Pixel 7 Pro model will use a Samsung S6E3HC4 display with a 3120 x 1440 resolution while the Pixel 6 Pro featured a Samsung S6E3HC3 display. Google, at its annual Google I/O conference, had previewed its Pixel 7 phones, which will be powered by the next version of Google Tensor SoC, new technology and "fastest performance".

The leaked details of the mentioned device which has been made useless by remotely being bricked by Google reveal some information about the Pixel 7 Pro, thanks to the device logs. It has been rendered useless like most other Pixel 7 models that were recently sold online. According to the leaked device logs, the Pixel 7 Pro will sport a Tensor 2 SoC that would use the same 2+2+4 core design with two performance cores, two mid-cores and four low-power cores, says a report by Android Central.

What we know about the Pixel 7 series so far

Meanwhile, apart from revealing the upcoming Pixel 7 devices at I/O event, Google also teased the backs of the devices that retain the "visor" design from the Pixel 6 lineup. A change from the Pixel 6 line is the camera bar itself which is made out of polished aluminium that runs into the frame on both sides. According to the images teased by Google at the I/O conference, the Pixel 7 Pro may be launched in only Black, White, Grey and Seafoam colour options with no "Kinda Coral" variant in sight.

Another change in the camera design is that the camera cutouts into the aluminum are very obvious this time and look very bold and prominent. Line the previous Pixel 6 series, the Pixel 7 Pro features three rear sensors while the Pixel 7 has two cameras. The Pixel 7 Pro is likely sticking with the ultrawide/standard wide/telephoto configuration for the rear cameras, as suggested by leaks and renders.