Google I/O today contained a million different hardware announcements, some of which were just two-minute product teases, presumably to head off product leakers. First up is the Pixel 7, Google’s flagship smartphone launching later this year.
Google called the work it did with the Pixel 6 and Google Tensor SoC “a hardware foundation that we’ll be building on for years to come,” and the Pixel 7 is the next step on this road map. It will have a similar design and next-generation Google SoC. The camera bar is now polished aluminum rather than glass, which should help some of the light glare issues on the massive glass panel on the current camera bar. The Pixel 7 Pro has three rear cameras, and the Pixel 6 has two rear cameras. Google promises the pro will “set a completely new standard” for camera performance.
That’s it. That’s how quick these teases were. Next!