The latest Google Pixel 7 Pro unofficial renders we've got here show Google's rumored 2022 flagship phone in a new, and rather handsome, blue color, as well as demonstrating how the design's changing from the Google Pixel 6.
The leak, which comes from Shadow_Leak (opens in new tab) on Twitter, contains three renders allegedly of different angles of the phone's front and back, plus a rundown of some of the key features, including a 120Hz display, Android 13 and a new Tensor 2 chipset.
Google Pixel 7 Pro Concept Image in Blue Colour Option 🟦💠🟦• Code-name: "Panther"• 120Hz Amoled Display• Tensor 2 Chip• Triple Rear Camera• Android 13#Google #Pixel7Pro #GooglePixel7Pro #Concept pic.twitter.com/qLh9rAX3geApril 4, 2022
Though we can't confirm that these renders are accurate, we very much hope that they are — because this pale, two-tone blue is a particularly fetching hue for the flagship phone.
Previous leaks have tipped the Pixel 7 to also come in white, black and coral, although those rumors only concerned the base model, rather than the Pro version. Some overlap is expected, since the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro both came in a black colorway, but given they each had two unique color choices, it would hardly be a surprise if that pattern was repeated here.
Beyond the colors, the design teased here remains very similar to that of the Pixel 6, with its centered camera punch-hole on the front and horizontal camera bar on the back. The cameras no longer sit in an all-black glass housing, though; instead, the bar mostly color-matches the side rails, but the cameras still sit in their own glass openings.
As these renders are supposedly of the Pixel 7 Pro model, we see there's one capsule-shaped opening containing two cameras, and another single square-shaped one. Given the camera capsule has also appeared on the previous Pixel 7 renders we've seen, it seems likely that it contains main and ultrawide cameras, while the Pro's extra square opening is for a telephoto camera as seen in the Pixel 6 Pro.
Google isn't expected to reveal the Pixel 7 series until October, the month last year when the Pixel 6 appeared. You can be sure that we'll bring you all the big news as it arrives.
Update: Google Pixel 7 was teased this year at Google I/O 2022 and here are 6 burning questions on the Pixel 7 we want answered.