Google Pixel 7 Updates: While Google is trying to fix all the bugs in its Pixel 6 smartphone, it is also discussing future smartphones like Pixel 6a, Outgoing Pixel Notepad, and Pixel 7. Google’s 9to5 new leaks provide basic functional information. Device code name also on Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro.
Shortly after Google launched the Android 13 Dev preview, fans and journalists began digging into the latest operating system on Google phones. Google has access to the 2nd gen Tensor processor model number GS201 in the Cstark27 operating system. This chip is set to be offered on the Pixel 7 and 7 Pro, but not on the upcoming 6a and notebook devices.
Additionally, the model number “g5300b” is associated with the Tensor 2 processor and modem code Android 13. Looks like an unannounced modem from Samsung; This can be called an Exynos 5300 modem. (Pixel 6 modem, Exynos modem 5123, uses the model number “g5123b”).
Google Pixel 6 Update: This is the Android you want
Two Android 13 Dev preview codes have been unveiled – “Cheetah” and “Panther”. These terms apply to Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro. That being said, it is important to note that all the phones in the Pixel 6 series are also included in the Future fold. (Internally called Pipit), these are code-based codecs. (I think Google will support its code names on any phone product tensor chip.)
However, there is some confusing information in it. Some part of the Android 13 code refers to a device called “Ravenclaw”. We know nothing about this machine, but interestingly, its code name “Ravenclaw” contains the language of birds and fish. Perhaps “Ravenclaw” is an internal testing device similar to the Pixel 6, modified to use a second-generation tensor chip.
Google Pixel 7 Launch Date and Price9to5Google
Google Pixel 7 is expected to be announced in October 2022. There are no rumors about this, but with the exception of the Google Pixel 5, which was announced on September 30 – October, every previous model was launched in October, the year of its release.
Whenever the Pixel 7 list is announced, it may go on sale for a week or two, depending on the past form – but perhaps by the end of October 2022.
In terms of price, it is almost identical to the Pixel 6 range. Its standard model starts at $ 599 / £ 599 / AU $ 999, while the Pixel 6 Pro starts at $ 899 / £ 849 / AU $. 1,299.
What we want to seeThe Verge
The Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro have been some of Google’s most exciting phones for years, but they are not perfect, so we want to see some changes in the Pixel 7 series.
1. Better Battery Life
The worst point in both the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro is the battery life. Wrong, it would have been nice if it was in the middle.
With the wide range of Pixel 7s, we want better battery life. Google uses compatible chipsets specifically designed for these phones and the software that powers them, so we can assume that it is in good condition to improve pixel density.
2. Extra power
The Google Tensor chipset at the heart of the Pixel 6 is one of the most exciting things about the phone, as it is the first time it’s using a Google-compatible chipset instead of Qualcomm.
However, when it comes to big gaming with Google Tensor, its performance on the benchmarks is not compatible with competitors such as the Snapdragon 888, which powers the OnePlus 9 and the Samsung Galaxy S21.
Ratings are not all, but we still want Google Tensor 2 to show extra green power so that it can compete directly with the best competing silicon.
3. Long-term support
Prior to the launch of the Pixel 6, there were rumors that Google would provide five years of Android updates for these phones, but it actually promised five years of security episodes and three years of Android updates.
While this is at least as good as the Android competitors, unlike the iPhones they sometimes get more than five years of operating system updates.
Some companies may delay chipsets on their phones because the chipset maker may need to support the update longer, but since Google is now making chipsets, it is not required. Of course, there is no reason for this, so we’re very disappointed if Pixel 7 is not supported for a long time.
4. Improved fingerprint scanner
Google’s first phones had a fingerprint scanner on display, but in our review of the Pixel 6 Pro, we found that it was not entirely accurate.
We found that it sometimes takes some effort to turn it on as it is more selective than some fingerprint phones. That’s why we want it to work seamlessly on the Pixel 7 so that the fingerprint scanner can work reliably and quickly.
5. Long, flexible zoom
Google Pixel 6 does not have a telephoto camera and while the Pixel 6 Pro does, it is closer to 4x.
At Pixel 7 (or at least Pixel 7 Pro) we want to increase the zoom to 10x, just like on the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra. But we only want 10x zoom – we want 2x or 3x zoom in and out, though it can zoom 10x at all levels, so you have great zoom capability.