Google‘s upcoming flagship Pixel 7 Series will be launched in the coming months, we have already got a glimpse of the smartphone’s design that was shown at the annual I/O Developer Conference that was held in May. A new report from Paras Guglani or @passionategeekz has tipped a lot of key details about the company’s upcoming flagship lineup’s cameras.
Google Pixel 7 Series camera configurations:
The 7 Series will be the successor to the Pixel 6 Series and the base vanilla variant will feature a 50MP primary sensor with a 12MP secondary sensor. The 12MP sensor is an ultra-wide-angle lens. The Pro model has an additional 48MP lens.
The 50MP primary sensor is made by Samsung, it is the GN1 sensor paired with the Sony IMX381 ultrawide angle lens and the latter lens is better in contrast to the 12.3MP IMX380 lens. Speaking about the Pixel 7 Pro, it arrives with a 48MP GM1 telephoto lens while the remainder of the sensors will be the same as the regular version.
The flagship smartphones from Google will be arriving with a 10.87MP Samsung sensor on the front for selfies. The 7 Series will feature Google’s next-generation Tensor chipset. Both smartphones carry an upgraded design with an aluminum horizontal bridge on the rear with dual cameras in a pill-shaped cutout and a third lens that is paired with an LED flash. As is the case every year, the device will run on the latest version of Android and will have a premium dual-tone finish.