We’re a week away from the launch of the Google Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro, and while we’ve known the devices for a long time, Google shared a high-quality video focusing on the design of the Pixel 7.
The video begins by showing the Pixel 7’s signature Lemongrass color, giving a close-up of the satin-finished camera module.
The video also gives us a look at the Obsidian model before moving on to the Snow variant. Although the video is short, you can see the details of the smartphones and better appreciate the design and materials used.
If you liked the Pixel 7 video, we recommend that you watch the video of Google Pixel 7 Pro project.
While Google revealed the endpoints in May at Google I/O, it has been very careful about what it shares. So far, we know what they look like, what colors they’ll come in, and that both models carry the next-gen Tensor G2 processor.
As for other details, we know the phones will be available for pre-order on October 6th, the same day they will be unveiled at the Made by Google event.
Along with the phones, Google is also expected to release more details about its first Wear OS device, the Pixel Clock. Hopefully the company has some surprises in store for the day of the announcement. Fortunately, we won’t have to wait much longer to find out, as the event takes place on October 6th.