Google Pixel 7 Pro with Tensor 2 Chip May Have a Minor Pixel 6 Upgrade

2022 In May, Google officially announced the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro, which will be available later this year. Although the company did not disclose any details or specifications about the smartphones, it has released official images. The Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro look the same as the Pixel 6 series, but the bigger question is, will the smartphones offer a significant upgrade over their predecessors?

Google Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro don’t seem to be a major update to the Pixel 6 series. According to a new report submitted by Android Police, people running a telegram channel called Google News recently came across someone who had a prototype of unreleased phones, and they got quite a bit of information about the device before Google blocked it. Nevertheless, Google News was able to retrieve important information about the device.

Google Pixel 7 can offer similar performance to Google Pixel 6.

As via the Telegram channel (via Android police), Google can use the same low-performance / high-performance Cortex-A55 cores as Google Pixel 6. We also have a hint that next year’s Pixel 7a will be codenamed Felix. Those who have watched the changes in Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro should be aware that the devices are codenamed Panther and Cheetah. This was all of the Pixel 7 Pro boot log information available to people in Google News. More information about the device online should appear in the coming days.

The report also mentions that the Pixel 7 Pro uses the Samsung S6E3HC4 screen, which appears to be an update to the Samsung S6E3HC3 panel used in the Pixel 6 series last year. While the improvements may not be drastic, this contradicts previous reports that the Pixel 7 series will use the same screen as the Pixel 6 series. As for the Pixel 7 Pro processor, which, by the way, should be the successor to the Google Tensor launched with Pixel 6, it looks like Google won’t change much.

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