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Google Pixel 7 and 7 Pro launch date leaked

The pre-order and launch dates for Google’s Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro smartphones have been leaked by reputable sources. For the past three months, the gadgets have been on everyone’s minds because to Google’s release of important information and photographs.

Despite the fact that the Pixel 7 and 7 Pro weren’t scheduled to be released until May 2022, Google previewed them at I/O that year. It confirmed that the devices would be powered by the “next generation” Tensor 2 chip. In spite of the fact that Google didn’t release any specs, rumors have given us a solid sense of what to expect from its 2022 flagship devices. The supposed release date of the new Pixels has been revealed in a new leak.

Preorders for the Pixel 7 series are expected to begin on October 6th, following the press event, according to Jon Prosser of Front Page Tech. Following that, the phones will be available for purchase at retail on October 13th. Early October is a typical time for Google to unveil and begin taking preorders for new Pixel phones. As a result, this timing is plausible. The Pixel 6 series was unveiled and preordered on October 19 of last year. The Pixel Watch could be unveiled alongside the Pixel 7 at the same event.

The launch date is still more than two months away, and it’s possible that Google will adjust it at the last minute.. If you’ve followed his leaks in the past, you know he has a patchy record of accuracy. All of his Pixel 6a leaks were on point. You should, however, treat this date with caution until it is confirmed by other, independent sources.

In terms of specifics, we only know when and how much Google will charge for the Pixel 7 series when it launches. As previously reported, the phones will retain their current primary 50MP Samsung camera at the back. Google is rumored to be upgrading the front-facing camera to an 11MP Samsung JN1 sensor. Face unlock may be possible with the new Pixels thanks to the improved sensor.

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