There are still several months to the launch of the Google Pixel 7 series, however, an Tipster has leaked Google Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro CAD-based renders on Twitter. The development comes just a week after a developer spotted codenames “Cheetah” and “Panther,” presumably for the Google Pixel 7 series of devices.
The leaks published by @xLeaks7 on Twitter show the 3D models of Google Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro, which seem to carry a similar design to their predecessors in the Google Pixel 6 series. It bears mentioning that the same Tipster has been known to reveal accurate information regarding the design of the Samsung Galaxy S22, and the Pixel 5.
The CAD renders, assuming these are correct, show that not much will be changing in terms of the design on the upcoming Google Pixel series. The design of the upcoming Google smartphone looks identical to the currently available Google Pixel 6, suggesting that Google plans to keep the same design for this year’s smartphone lineup as well.
However, there seems to be some differences in both the upcoming device and the current-gen Pixel 6. It appears that Google is making some tweaks to the Pixel 7 series camera modules that appear to have a frame around them. The Tipster has also revealed that the Pixel 7 will be a bit smaller than its predecessor at 155.6 x 73.1 x 8.7mm compared to Pixel 6 at 158.6 x 74.8 x 8.9mm.
Furthermore, the Google Pixel 7 series appears to have a crevice in the frame at the top, which is likely to be there because of the mmWave 5G antenna that is also present on the side of the iPhone 12 and iPhone 13. The Google Pixel will likely be unveiled around the month of October, keeping in mind, the company’s previous schedules for their smartphones.