The Pixel 7 Pro is still a long way from being released by Google, however, a leak has already plagued it. Renders supposed to be of the Pixel 6 Pro successor have shown up online, revealing that its design has many things in common with that of the said device.
To the naked eye, the Pixel 7 Pro looks exactly like the Pixel 6 Pro. The same camera strip containing three cameras can be spotted on its back. Though, all the cameras look larger than those on the Pixel 6 Pro so it would be safe to assume sensor upgrades for these shooters.
Predictably, the front isn’t too different either. A hole-punch selfie camera can be seen there, embedded into the purported OLED display. Reliable leaker OnLeaks, who has released these renders in association with Smartprix, has suggested that there would indeed be a change in dimensions.
While the Pixel 6 Pro is 163.9 x 75.9 x 8.9mm in size, the Pixel 7 Pro will be sized at 163 x 76.6 x 8.7mm. This gives it a slightly shorter length, a wider breadth, and a thinner profile. The curved edges from the current-gen Pixel will remain unchanged apparently.
Those being the only changes reported in the leak, we most likely won’t get to confirm them until this fall, as that’s when Google usually releases its flagship devices. Before that, we’re most likely to get the Pixel 6a, the existence of which has already been confirmed by Google, without mentioning any specifics. Expect to hear more about it during Google I/O, which starts on May 18.
As for the Pixel 7 Pro, we’ll keep a keen eye on any more leaks related to the device and bring you the latest.