The second-generation Google Tensor SoC is anticipated to power the Google Pixel 7 line of smartphones.
Specifications for the front and back cameras on the Google Pixel 7, Pixel 7 Pro, have leaked. The Pixel 7 is rumored to have a Sony IMX381 ultra-wide angle sensor and a Samsung GN1 main sensor on the back. A Samsung GM1 telephoto sensor is rumored to be included in the Pixel 7 Pro in addition to these two. Both Google smartphones are rumored to use a Samsung 3J1 selfie sensor on the front. In comparison to the Samsung GM1, which has a 48-megapixel sensor, the Samsung GN1 has a 50-megapixel sensor.
The Google Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro’s potential camera sensor details have been leaked on Twitter by tipper Paras Guglani (@passionategeekz). Samsung’s 50-megapixel GN1 main sensor and Sony’s IMX381 ultra-wide angle sensor are rumored to be included in the Pixel 7. The 12.3-megapixel Sony IMX380 sensor could not be as good as the Sony sensor. We advise treating these specifics with caution.
The Google Pixel 7 Pro is rumored to include the 48-megapixel GM1 telephoto sensor from Samsung in addition to the two sensors already stated. The 10.87-megapixel 3J1 sensor from Samsung is rumored to be installed on the front of both Google smartphones for selfies and video chats. The Pixel 7 series will feature the identical primary and ultra-wide angle sensors as the Pixel 6 iterations if the aforementioned information is accurate.
A Facebook seller allegedly gave a prototype model to a buyer instead of the Google Pixel 6 Pro, leading to the recent leak of the reported live shots of the Google Pixel 7 Pro online. The device, which was purportedly given the codename Cheetah, was seen running Android 13. The Android 13 upgrade was removed from the device and was trapped on the bootloader, the claim continued, citing a Twitter user.
Users of the Google Pixel 7 series could be able to capture 4K selfie videos. According to rumors, the Pro model will have a Samsung S6E3HC4 display with a resolution of 1,440×3,120 pixels. Additionally, it is predicted to have a peak brightness of up to 600 nits in manual mode and 1,000 nits in automatic mode. The second-generation Google Tensor SoC with Cortex-A55 processors for low-power background tasks is reported to power the smartphone.