Google has made the decision to once again reveal its new products to us, this time in video form. The announcement for the event on October 6 includes this video, which we previously covered.
Google will reveal its new goods during that news conference. GOOGLE HAS SHOWED OFF ITS UPCOMING PRODUCTS AGAIN, THIS TIME IN VIDEO FORMAT. Along with the Pixel Watch, the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro will soon be available. The video after this sentence features all of those goods.
Everything is coming together.
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Advertisement Google also demonstrated the Pixel Buds Pro in this video in addition to them. However, the Pixel Buds Pro have already been released, so they are in no way a mystery.
Google has previously displayed the Pixel 7, Pixel 7 Pro, and the Pixel Watch. We originally saw those goods from the firm at Google I/O in May. It revealed several renderings at the time and stated that the Pixel 7 series will be powered by the second-generation Tensor chip.
Advertisement THE GOOGLE TENSOR G2 WILL BE THE NAME OF THE SECOND-GEN TENSOR CHIP. Having said that, Google has revealed that the Google Tensor G2 will be the name of the processor. So, piece by piece, the puzzle is fitting together. Exactly one month had passed since the press conference.
The Pixel 7 Pro is displayed in the aforementioned video in a variety of colors, all of which will become official on October 6. The Pixel Watch will have a simple design and a circular body.
The Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro will look a lot like their predecessors. The metal on top of the camera visor will be the only significant adjustment made. Compared to the Pixel 6, the Pixel 7 will also be smaller.
Advertisement It’s likely that Google will employ the same ISOCELL GN1 primary camera as the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro. Samsung’s 50-megapixel camera does an excellent job in the company’s current-generation flagships. Google probably won’t stray from it for a while.