Last August, Google tried something different. The company offered short review of Pixel 6 a few months before the official announcement. The reasoning seemed sound. The company had spent several years breathing new life into an outdated line of smartphones and was ready to showcase it. More importantly, he wanted to create some confidence and excitement in the process.
At I/O today, Google took a page from its own book, wrapping it up with a preview of its next flagship due this fall. We’re getting even less out of the phone this time around, but suffice it to mention the exquisite design based on the Pixel 6’s vibrant camera panel.
The back of the Pixel 7 is made of matte soft-touch glass, accentuated by a polished aluminum bar that runs across the top of the device. According to Google’s head of hardware Rick Osterlo, the Pixel 7 Pro will feature a triple-camera system that “sets a whole new standard for photography, performance and design.”
In terms of device components, Google’s head of hardware adds: “Inside, the Pixel 7 and 7 Pro are engineered to deliver the most rewarding in-person experience you can have in a smartphone. They will use our new generation of Google Tensor SoCs, bringing even more AI breakthroughs and useful personalized experiences for speech, photography, video and security.”
The system will ship with Android 13. It will join the Budget 6a that Google announced earlier today to fill out the Pixel lineup. It seems highly unlikely that we’ll see a jump as dramatic as we saw between the Pixel 5 and Pixel 6, but custom-made silicon, combined with premium hardware and Google’s software/machine learning know-how, offer a solid foundation for the next release. . telephone.
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