Latest Google Pixel 7 renders reveal new blue colour
The design more or less appears identical to the current Pixel 6 Pro, with a display that curves around the edges, minimal bezels, a round selfie camera cutout at the top.
Although the camera bump appears unchanged at first glance, the design has slightly been tweaked. Whereas the camera bump for the Pixel 6 featured a singular black bar, the leaked blue colour appears to show a silver camera bump, with black bubbles around the lenses.
The wide and ultrawide cameras are grouped together in a pill-shaped black enclosure, whereas the single telephoto camera positioned towards the right is surrounded by a black circle.
The dual tone colours is a fairly nice touch and a welcome change, for a design with improved contrast as opposed to a singular colour finish.
The Google Pixel 7 will be the first phone to ship with Android 13. Google are expected to announce the phone in October 2022, a year after the release of the Pixel 6 series. The new phones will also include Google’s latest Tensor 2 chip, alongside the upgraded Titan M2 security chip.