The Google Pixel 7 Pro, the company’s future flagship smartphone will release later this year, has been discovered in live photographs on the internet.
At its Google I/O event in May, the firm revealed the back design of the Google Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro smartphones and the fact that next-generation Tensor chipsets will power the phones.
Days after the smaller Pixel 7 debuted on eBay, claimed leaked photographs of the Google Pixel 7 Pro prototype surfaced. Both phones were previously said to have display specs comparable to the Google Pixel 6 series.
The alleged Google Pixel 7 Pro prototype photographs were discovered on Slashleaks and show the handset’s display with the device information page and the bootloader screen.
According to a Reddit member, the smartphone was advertised as the Google Pixel 6 Pro on Facebook Marketplace in North Texas (NTX). The customer said that they were able to use the phone for roughly three weeks before it was reset automatically.
The supposed Google Pixel 7 Pro handset’s back design is featured in the leaked pictures, replete with the new metal rear camera module at the top that spans to both sides of the phone.
The back design of the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro was shown by Google last month, and it is believed to replace the rear glass camera module with a metal design. The photos also suggest that the smartphone has 256GB of storage and 12GB of LPDDR5 RAM.
It’s worth noting that the device description page refers to the phone as the “Cubot Cheetah 2,” which is the name of an earlier Cubot phone that was released a few years ago and was powered by a MediaTek processor and ran Android 6.
According to earlier sources, the Google Pixel 7 is called “cheetah,” while the Pixel 7 Pro is codenamed “panther,” according to earlier sources.
A purported prototype of the Pixel 7 was discovered on eBay earlier this week after a seller painted the phone in the deep black Obsidian color option.
A peek of the Pixel 7 Pro was also seen at the moment, reflected on the back panel of the alleged Pixel 7 prototype.
On the rear panel of both the Pixel 7 Pro and Pixel 7 devices that have been sighted online is the identical branding.
According to a recent source, Google’s future Pixel 7 series would have screens identical to the Pixel 6 series.
Apart from the fact that it will operate on a new Tensor chipset, Google hasn’t revealed any more specifics about the Pixel 7 Pro’s characteristics. The phone will be released later this year, most likely in October, with the Pixel 7.