Google’s smartphones get leaked more than any other devices, in my opinion. It’s to the point that Google will unveil the handsets months before they actually launch. Now, Unbox Therapy has a video of prototype versions of the handsets.
It’s worth noting that these are not the retail version of the phones as they don’t even have the Google G logo on the rear. However, these are probably pretty close to an official release.
Unbox Therapy doesn’t dive into the software of the devices but instead is taking a look at their hardware and comparing them to last year’s Pixel 6 Pro and Pixel 6.
We find out that the Pixel 7 Pro is about the same size as the Pixel 6 Pro. It’s possible the older device has a slightly thinner bezel, but what’s more likely is the Pixel 6 Pro features a more aggressive curved display. The 7 Pro has a smaller chin than the older model as well. The Pixel 6 is quite a bit taller than the new Pixel 7. Further, the Pixel 7 has a smaller chin bezel.
The Pixel 7 Pro is slightly thinner and wider than the Pixel 6 Pro. Unbox says that the Pixel 7 is actually more comfortable in the hand than the Pixel 6.
The Pro model has a polished finish on the edge of the handsets, whereas the Pixel 7 features a matte finish.
Additionally, Unbox Therapy says that the Pixel 7 Pro features 12GB of RAM and his model sports 256GB of storage. The Pixel 7, on the other hand, features 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage.
The Pixel 7 and 7 Pro will likely launch in early October like in previous years. A rumour indicates the handset will come out on October 13th.
Source: Unbox Therapy