Google is expected to debut the Pixel 7 series in the month of October 2022. Ahead of the launch, the early Pixel 7 Pro renders tipped the camera and body design of the smartphone. In a recent development, TechGoing has revealed the Google Pixel 7 Pro’s rear case design, confirming the design revealed via the CAD renders.
These new images reveal that the speculations we’ve heard so far are solid enough to be used as the foundation for accessory development. The Google Pixel 7 Pro has tiny bezels and a horizontal visor on the rear panel that houses the camera sensors and an LED flash, similar to the Pixel 6 Pro from last year. Let’s take a closer look at the Pixel 7 Pro’s case design, camera specifications and everything we know so far.
Google Pixel 7 Pro Case Renders
The Google Pixel 7 Pro’s rear case has surfaced online. The front and rear of the phone are both familiar. It features narrow bezels and gently curved edges. On the right edge are the power button and volume rockers. Speaker grills and a USB Type-C connector are located on the phone’s bottom side.
Two regular-sized lenses are housed in one enclosure and another lens is housed separately in the horizontal module on the rear. There’s also a secondary microphone for noise suppression and an LED flash. We don’t expect any major changes to the Pixel 7’s photography gear as compared to the Pixel 6, but a tiny tweak is likely.
Typically, these renders come from various case makers who have received important details regarding the device’s measurement ahead of manufacturing. Despite the lack of a front camera in these images, the Pixel 7 Pro is expected to have a centred hole-punch design similar to the Pixel 6 Pro.
A previous report details the Pixel 7 Pro’s camera specifications. The report claims that the vanilla Pixel 7 and the 7 Pro will come with the same camera specs as the currently available Pixel 6 series models. The Pro phone will be equipped with a triple-camera setup comprising of a 50MP main camera, a 12MP ultrawide sensor and a 48MP telephoto camera with 2x optical zoom.