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Now Google Pixel 7 renders have leaked months ahead of its expected launch
- Renders apparently showing the Pixel 7 have now leaked online.
- The images show a phone that looks very similar to its predecessor.
We saw the first apparent Google Pixel 7 Pro renders surface online yesterday, showing a phone that looked very similar to the Pixel 6 Pro. What about the vanilla Pixel 7 though? Well, we didn’t have to wait long for these purported renders to leak online.
Frequent leaker Steve Hemmerstoffer (better known as OnLeaks) and Car HP have posted renders that apparently show the standard Pixel 7. And it looks very similar to the standard Pixel 6 as well. That means a distinctive rear camera visor and a center-mounted punch-hole cutout. Check out some of the images below.
According to the leaker, the Pixel 7 measures 155.6 x 73.1 x 8.7mm (or 11.44 mm if you include the rear camera bump). That makes it slightly shorter, a little wider, and negligibly thinner than the Pixel 6. So those hoping for a compact Pixel flagship might be disappointed, but it’s still a little smaller than before.
What do you think of the leaked Pixel 7 design?
There’s no word on specs just yet, but we can already see that Google is retaining a dual-rear camera setup for the Pixel 6. This will presumably be a main/ultrawide pairing as we saw on the previous phone. We’re also expecting a second-generation Tensor processor to power the devices.
Otherwise, the renders show a power button and volume rocker on the right, a SIM tray on the left, USB-C port at the bottom, and a peculiar panel on the top. We’re guessing this is either cosmetic or related to a connectivity feature.
What do you think of the Pixel 7’s leaked design? Let us know by voting in the poll above.