Google’s big hardware launch event is next week, on October 6, and the company is currently busy drumming up anticipation and excitement for it. The latest installment in its teaser campaign takes the form of a video showcasing the Pixel 7 Pro‘s design.
We get to see the phone from a lot of angles, and in all three of its colorways, which have already been officially confirmed. They’re called Obsidian (aka black/dark grey), Snow (aka white), and Hazel (aka the one that’s neither white nor black).
It’s a short video teaser but helps to keep interest rates high. Less than 24 hours ago, a comprehensive leak spilled the beans on all of the Pixel 7 Pro’s specs. It’s expected to have the Tensor G2 SoC at the helm, and will be offered with 12GB of RAM and 128 or 256GB of storage.
On the rear will be a triple camera system, with a 50 MP main shooter, a 12 MP ultrawide, and a 48 MP telephoto which will have a new sensor – the Samsung GM1 as opposed to last year’s Sony IMX586 on the Pixel 6 Pro. The selfie camera will still have 11 MP resolution, but a sensor change (to a new Samsung 3J1) will mean it gets autofocus.
The display is rumored to stay the same as last year – a 6.7-inch LTPO OLED with QHD+ resolution and 120 Hz refresh rate. The battery will similarly be 5,000 mAh with support for 30W fast wired charging, and standard Qi wireless charging.