Kuba Wojciechowski, a developer, uncovered new information regarding a possible Pixel 7 series flagship in updated Android code. Wojciechowski previously noticed Pixel 7 Ultra, Pixel Fold, and Pixel Tablet camera characteristics, which we published on in July. As a result, Google has begun to distribute QPR1 Beta 1, Android 13’s first major upgrade.
While the update builds on the stable version that Google just gave to Pixel smartphones. It also includes enhancements for the ‘Lynx,’ which thought to be the Pixel 7 Ultra. As stated in July, the ‘Lynx’ or ‘L10’ is expected to use the ISOCELL GN1 and Sony IMX787 as rear-facing cameras. As well as the Sony IMX712 as front-facing cameras. We don’t know when the I/O will be released or when it be announced.
According to Wojciechowski, the Pixel 7 Ultra contains a third rear-facing camera. According to reports, Android 13 QPR1 Beta 1 specifically mentions a second Sony IMX712 as an ultra-wide-angle camera. Although the ‘Lynx,’ like the Pixel 3 XL, might have two front-facing cameras, the existence of main and telephoto rear-facing cameras in early. Android code suggests that the Sony IMX712 will handle ultra-wide-angle lenses. Unfortunately, it is unclear whether Google would reveal a third flagship during its hardware launch event next month. So far, the firm has hinted that the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro. As well as the Pixel Watch and the Tensor G2 chipset, would released on October 6. Finally, here the goods that were teased in May during I/O 2022. ‘Lynx’ might be an internal testing device for next year’s Pixel 8 series, although that is also unknown at this time.
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Google’s Pixel Watch will introduced alongside the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro on October 6. The business teased the wristwatch back in May, and since then. A slew of facts about it have leaked, including a rumoured $399 pricing for the LTE-capable version in the US.
Today, a pricing range revealed. This time for the basic model without LTE (Wi-Fi+Bluetooth only) in the EU. which would reportedly cost between €250 and €350. That’s a large price range, but assuming the real pricing is closer to the lower end of that range. it’s generally in line with a lot of rivals – for example, Samsung’s 40mm Galaxy Watch5 begins at $499 For comparison, Samsung’s 40mm Galaxy Watch5 begins at €300.
The news comes only a few weeks after Front Page Tech claimed that the Google Pixel 7. Pixel 7 Pro would launch on sale on October 13 after being available for pre-order on October 6. Front Page Tech has a reasonably good track record when it comes to statements about Google hardware.
Google will most likely confirm the availability of the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro at the launch event. We don’t know if it will reveal this information ahead of time. when it teased smartphones at Google I/O and announced the debut
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The Google Pixel 7 Pro is expected to a curved display measuring 6.7-inch or 6.8-inch. It will be LTPO OLED screen with a resolution of Quad-HD+(1440p). This screen feature a refresh rate of 120Hz and is supposed to be protected by Corning Gorilla Glass. The Google Pixel 7 Pro is likely to powered by the second-generation Tenson chipset. It will come with up to 12GB of RAM and 512GB of storage. Despite the fact that the fingerprint sensor. On the Pixel 6 is having troubles, the Pixel 7 will still include one. Out of the box, the tablet will run Android 13.