The Google Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro’s front and back cameras’ specifications have leaked. According to rumors, the Pixel 7’s back will have a Samsung GN1 primary sensor and a Sony IMX381 ultra-wide angle sensor. According to rumors, the Pixel 7 Pro will also have a Samsung GM1 telephoto sensor. According to rumors, the front of both Google smartphones will feature a Samsung 3J1 selfie sensor. The Samsung GN1 has a 50-megapixel sensor as opposed to the Samsung GM1’s 48-megapixel sensor.
The potential camera sensor specifications for the Google Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro have been revealed on Twitter by tipper Paras Guglani (@passionategeekz). The Pixel 7 is rumored to feature Sony’s IMX381 ultra-wide angle sensor and Samsung’s 50-megapixel GN1 primary sensor. Perhaps the Sony sensor is superior to the 12.3 megapixel Sony IMX380 sensor. We advise exercising caution when using these specifics.
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In addition to the two sensors already mentioned, the 48-megapixel GM1 telephoto sensor from Samsung is rumored to be present in the Google Pixel 7 Pro. Both Google smartphones are rumored to have a front-facing 10.87-megapixel 3J1 Samsung sensor for selfies and video calls. If the aforementioned tip is true, the Pixel 7 series will utilize the same primary and ultra-wide angle sensors as the Pixel 6 iterations.
The recent online leak of the alleged live images of the Google Pixel 7 Pro was caused by a Facebook seller allegedly giving a customer a prototype model instead of the Google Pixel 6 Pro. The gadget, allegedly given the codename Cheetah, was observed using Android 13. The report continued, citing a Twitter user, “The Android 13 update was removed from the device and was stuck on the bootloader.”
Users may be able to record 4K selfie videos with the Google Pixel 7 series. Rumor has it that the Pro model will have a Samsung S6E3HC4 display with a 1,440×3,120 pixel resolution. A peak brightness of up to 600 nits and 1,000 nits is also anticipated in manual mode and an automatic mode, respectively. The smartphone is reportedly powered by a second-generation Google Tensor SoC with Cortex-A55 cores for low-power background operations.