Render Pixel 7 Pro hints at a great new camera feature or mistakenly omits a hardware component

Consumers have shut down the Pixel 6 series due to major problems and bugs that awaited the Pixel 7 series in hopes of Google is doing a better job with another year. Page titled @TechGoing has released renderings of the case that reportedly include renderings of the Pixel 7 Pro.

Eagle-eyed PhoneArena readers might notice that the render of the phone does not include a camera with a pierced front that could point to a camera on the screen. Or, more likely, an artist hired by a rendering case maker didn’t include it. In addition to complaints about the fingerprint scanner below the screen, Google would probably like to do so before switching to the camera below the screen.

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According to rumors, the specifications require the Pixel 7 Pro to have a curved 6.7-inch or 6.8-inch screen (with a resolution of 1440p and a refresh rate of 120 Hz). It will be some cosmetic changes made to the rear camera strip design we’ve seen in previous renders. Under the hood we should find a second generation Google Tensor chipset along with 12GB of memory and up to 512GB of storage (in other words, nothing different here).

In addition to minor changes to the camera bar, the power and volume buttons will remain on the right with the charging port on the bottom of the device. The absence of a fingerprint button on the back of the phone means that the fingerprint scanner below the screen will get another shot. There have been many complaints about the lag of the optical fingerprint scanner on the current model, although Google’s software updates have greatly improved the current capabilities of the biometric reader.

The Pixel 6 series arrived on the shelves late last October after its October 17 launch. With that in mind, we should expect the Pixel 7 to hit the light of day in mid to late October and be released a week or two later. First, we should see how the mid-range Pixel 6a was unveiled, which could take place next week when the Google I / O Developer Conference kicks off on Wednesday, May 11th; the online event will end on May 12th.

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