The Google I/O 2022 keynote has given us plenty of surprises, like the return of Google Wallet, and for those looking on the smartphone front, there is some great news. Google has teased its next-gen smartphones in the form of the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro, which will bring a whole other level of personalised experiences powered by a new chip.
The new phones will house a second-generation Tensor chip, which will help enhance many of its features that have the user in mind. That means the likes of photo and video taking, speech recognition, security measures, and more will be improved. The release of both the phones will also line up nicely with the launch of Android 13, so it will be an improved experience all around.
The triple-camera array on the Pixel 7 Pro should deliver great performance for photography yet again, and performance should be fuss-free and excellent as well. On the aesthetic front, the design of the Pixel 7 series will now feature an extended aluminium finish for the rear camera bar, which should please many fans who had complaints.
As of now, there is no official release date just yet for the Pixel 7 series, nor do we have a price. However, as per past timelines, it is highly likely we will see a fall release and a launch event happening between September and October.