Google Pixel 7 Leak (Yes, Already)

Last year, Google’s new Pixel flagships Pixel 6 and 6 Pro caused a frenzy like no other. It was a mix of good marketing, different design, and good features. Every year, Google releases a new Pixel to their mobile collection. But last year had such big upgrades, it was irresistible to anyone who heard about it.

We already have renders of Google’s new Pixel. The Google Pixel 7’s specifications and renders were unofficially released just today, check them out below!


Steve H. (OnLeaks) is one of many serial leakers on Twitter. On Feb 24th, 1PM IST, he leaked self-claimed Google Pixel 7’s renders. Find the tweet here. You can see the leaked pictures here:

Images Credit: OnLeaks x CarHPus

This tweet included one picture of the rumoured device, and a link to a blogpost CarHP. In this blogpost, they discuss specs of the new Google Pixel 7.

As you can see from the pictures, the power button and volume adjustments are on the right. The SIM tray appears on the left. There’s a USB-C Port on the bottom, and an unknown panel on the top. This is not that different from it’s older siblings.


From the post, it seems like Google has stuck to what they know works, and have only made little changes. Here is a summary of what the blogpost talks about.

The new Google Pixel 7 could be shorter than Pixel 6 and 6 Pro, and a bit wider. It will have the same colour options. The storage capacity remains the same as the previous versions. Pixel 7 might have the same band for rear-end cameras that Pixel 6 and 6 Pro contain. (The very design change that had everyone curious in the first place.)

There might be two rear-end cameras, 50MP each. The selfie camera might be 8MP.

It might have Android v11 operating system. And the battery is rumoured to be 4,500 to 5,000 mAh.


There’s a lot of curiosity around Google Pixel 7. But the problem is, just in Pixels fashion, the leaks have appeared in advance. The new Pixel is said to be released in September/October of this year, and December-release in India. The wait is long. 

This new Pixel is estimated to be up to INR 65,718.

However, the reason for Google Pixel 6 and 6 Pro’s success is much bigger than the design. Those two phones had IP68 dust and water resistance, wireless charging, and even 5 years of support from Google. (Curious about what else? Read it here.)

There’s no way but up for Google now. They need to beat the near-perfect phone they created themselves.

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