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Google Pixel 7 and 7 Pro: Launch date and colors confirmed

Google Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro Release date and colors confirmed
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A few weeks ago, Google itself showed the upcoming Pixel smartphones on official teaser images: It will be a Google Pixel 7 and a better-equipped Pixel 7 Pro with triple camera. All color options and the official launch date are now known.

As confirmed by Google itself, the upcoming Pixel 7 smartphones will be presented to the public on October 6th. Not too much is known about the specs at this point, but while the official renders of the Pixel 7 show a dual camera and flat display, the Proversion with a triple camera and a screen that is slightly rounded on both sides. In addition, the new Tensor 2 should work in both devices.

Google Pixel 7 and 7 Pro: These are the colors

Google itself has now announced the colors for the Pixel 7 and 7 Pro on. Both smartphones are offered in three colors each, which are a bit more reserved than the Predecessors are. At least that's how it looks in the pictures.

The Google Pixel 7 will be available in Obsidian (black), Snow (white) and Lemongrass (green). The camera stripe is gray on the black model, silver on the white model, and the manufacturer opted for a golden camera stripe on the green Pixel 7.

The Google Pixel 7 Pro will also be available in Obsidian (Black) and Snow (White). However, the "Lemongrass" (green) is replaced with "Hazel", which is grey/green. Here the camera strip is also colored gold, which makes for a nice contrast.

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Hungry Hugo

Clickbait article


Exact release date... I happened to see October 13th somewhere on Youtube, but it even says here that there is a release date and what is... Embarrassingly simple, how everyone is just doing clickbait. Block the site first!


Awkward camera design
Samsung shows how to do it right..


Yeah great release date. Dirty site, the last time I clicked on a link to your clickbait articles.

David Wurm

Even if the headline was worded "Release date" instead of the launch date, we think it's a shame that you describe our other articles as clickbait. We always try to make the content that is packed in the article clear in the headline.


Dirt is right. Embarrassing answer Mr. Wurm, ridiculous article

David Wurm

We take your criticism seriously, have now adjusted the not quite appropriate headline and will improve in the future! LG


And where is the release date now?

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