Pixel 7 Pro retains the same two-tone color design as Pixel 6 Pro in the latest CAD renders, but the rear camera module gets a noticeable change
The Pixel 7 Pro may bear a striking resemblance to its direct predecessor, the Pixel 6 Pro, at least according to the latest CAD render gallery. In all honesty, that might not be a bad thing, considering Google’s latest flagships sport a design that’s unheard of in the market.
Only the change visible on the Pixel 7 Pro seems to be visible on the rear camera module
The Pixel 7 Pro is expected to feature a 6.7-inch or 6.8-inch curved OLED display with a punch-hole camera present at the top center. OLED will likely be a high refresh rate variant with LTPO support, competing with the recently launched flagship Galaxy 22 Ultra. According to CAD renders provided by the tag team at Smartprix and @OnLeaks, the design of the upcoming flagship remains the same as compared to the Pixel 6 Pro.
The two-tone finish also remains the same, with the rear camera visor retained. What seems to have changed is the Pixel 7 Pro’s rear camera module. The report claims that the module is now fused with the frame, which is an approach Samsung followed with the design of the Galaxy S21. In total, there are three cameras on the rear, and we suspect that, much like the Pixel 6 Pro’s layout, one will be a primary wide-angle sensor, followed by an ultra-wide unit and a telephoto lens.
This array of cameras will make the Pixel 7 Pro a versatile handset when it comes to photography and videography. At the bottom, you’ll find two stereo speakers and a USB-C charging port, with no 3.5mm audio jack in sight. A SIM card tray is located on the left, with the power and volume buttons positioned on the right. Assuming the camera bump is included, the thickness of the device rises to 11.2mm, otherwise the dimensions of the smartphone are around 163×76.6×8.7mm.
The Pixel 7 Pro will be powered by the second-generation Tensor chip, so expect improvements in performance and power efficiency. You can also check out the CAD renders video below, and if you’re looking for more information, we recommend you wait a bit and we’ll be back for more.
Source of information: Smartprix