The new renderings confirm the appearance of the Pixel 7 Pro smartphone. This island of cameras wasn’t a “one-time freak”

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It seems that the characteristic island of cameras, which is the hallmark of the Pixel 6 series, will permanently appear in Google devices. This is confirmed by the renders of the Pixel 7 Pro housing that have just leaked to the network.

Pixel 6 brought a significant change in the design of Google smartphones. This applies especially to the rear panel and the camera island, where individual lenses are arranged horizontally across the backs. Already in February, the first Pixel 7 Pro renders showed us that the new series will also continue this trend. Of course, as is the case with renderings – they don’t have to show the real appearance of the device.

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However, more graphics have hit the network, this time from manufacturers of protective housings for this model. We see a smartphone in a case on them, which reveals not only the location of the buttons, but the appearance of the camera island. We can also see that Google decided to stick to the Pixel 6 Pro design, because the Pro model is remarkably similar to its predecessor – a curved screen, a triple camera system or an LED lamp, the manufacturer has not changed much in this matter.

In the render above, you can admittedly notice the lack of a selfie camera hole, which does not mean that Google will switch to the camera placed under the screen. According to the information, nothing will change here in relation to the Pixel 6 Pro, because the front camera is to be placed in a round hole.

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Source: Smartprix

As for the specification of this model, for now it is only known that Pixel 7 Pro will be equipped with a 6.7-inch AMOLED display, with QHD + resolution, with a refresh rate of 120 Hz and a built-in fingerprint reader. It is to be powered by the second-generation Google Tensor chipset, or at least this is indicated by previous reports.