The website pig Exclusive published images of 3D printed Google Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro models. Images are in partnership with David Kowalski of @xleaks7.
The first thing that catches our eye are the sensors on the top of each smartphone, they look a lot like the mmWave 5G antennas on the sides of the iPhone 12-13 series. Looks like Google decided to add them to the top.
While the rear camera modules remain quite similar to their predecessors, Google is adding bezels around the lenses this time around, as you can see in the image below. The Pixel 7 will feature a dual-lens camera, while the Pixel 7 Pro will feature a triple-lens rear camera.
Regarding the dimensions, David obtained the exact dimensions of the two models:
Pixel 7: 155.6 x 73.1 x 8.7 mm (11.5 with camera bump)
Pixel 7 Pro: 163 x 76.4 x 8.7 mm (11.2 with camera bump)
You can see the size difference through the images provided.
both the pixel 7 and the Pixel 7 Pro will come with punch-hole front cameras placed in the top center position and in-display fingerprint sensors.
If Google follows the same release pattern, both phones will launch in October 2022, possible with Google’s first foldable smartphone.
The overall design remains quite similar to its Google Pixel 6 predecessor, however there are still a few changes:
The dimensions of the next model are 155.6 x 73.1 x 8.7mm (11.5 with the camera bump), meaning the new phone will be slightly smaller and thinner than the Pixel 6.
2. Rear camera module
The Pixel 7’s rear camera module appears to be integrated into the side frame, so it looks like a single piece. It is likely that the camera module is the same color as the side frame. Although there is a frame around two lenses in the camera module. In addition, the module has two lenses and a flash. Exactly the same as in its predecessor.
3. 5G mmWave antenna
As you can see from the image above, an upcoming Pixel 7 has a sensor on top that looks a lot like the mmWave 5G antenna, which sits on the side of the iPhone 12-13 series.
Aside from the changes above, the rest remains pretty much the same as on the Pixel 6: punch-hole front camera, nice front bezels, in-display fingerprint sensor, speaker grilles and USB Type-C port, SIM card tray on the left side.
If Google sticks with the same release model, we’ll see the Google Pixel 7 in October 2022.