- The Google Pixel 7 Pro is rumoured to use a second-generation Tensor SoC with a Samsung S6E3HC4 display.
- Google’s Pixel 7 series was introduced in May of this year.
Google Pixel 7 Pro Updates: In response to a Facebook seller allegedly delivering a prototype model to a client instead of the Pixel 6 Pro, the Google Pixel 7 Pro’s live photos and some of its essential features have been leaked. A trial case was also included with the smartphone. The phone, which allegedly went by the pseudonym “Cheetah,” was using Android 13.
This year’s Google I/O event served as the platform for the announcement of the future Pixel 7 series. This line-up has been the subject of various leaks and rumours in recent weeks.A Twitter user purportedly revealed the reported details by saying their acquaintance had obtained a Google Pixel 7 Pro gadget. They were supposed to receive a Google Pixel 6 Pro from a seller on Facebook Marketplace, but instead they got the previous model.
The actual released photographs seem more substantial, even though the circumstances of the leak should be treated with a grain of salt. The alleged device is described as using Android 13 and going by the codename “Cheetah.” The rear panel, which houses the camera module, is also clearly seen in the leaked photographs. According to a recent claim, users of the Pixel 7 series may be able to record 4K selfie films.The Twitter user claimed that Google sent a remote delete instruction as compensation. According to reports, the Android 13 update has been removed from the device and is currently locked on the bootloader.
The Pixel 7 Pro has frequently been mentioned in recent rumours. According to rumours, the device will have a Samsung S6E3HC4 display with a resolution of 1,440×3,120 pixels. Additionally, it has been reported that the display would have a maximum brightness of 600 nits in Manual mode and a maximum brightness of 1,000 nits in Auto mode. Additionally, the second-generation Google Tensor SoC, which may make use of CortexA55 processors for low power background operations, is anticipated to power it.