This October, Google introduced new high-end smartphones. The Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro have now hit the market, but they may not be the only series devices to be launched.
Analyst Kuba Wojciechowski recently advanced that Google will be working on a Pixel 7 series smartphone to be released later this year. And the same source advanced some of the features of the alleged Pixel 7 Mini.
Google Pixel 7 Mini may arrive with a 120 Hz display
Apparently, this device will have a screen with Full HD+ resolution, and a refresh rate of 120 Hz. Which ends up indicating that this equipment will not be the future Pixel 7a.
In the field of photography, the smartphone will have the sensors Samsung GN1 (main) and Sony IMX787. In the field of selfies, the Google smartphone will have the IMX712 sensor. Another ultrawide sensor like this can be found on the rear.
Wireless charging could be one of the highlights of the Google Pixel 7 Mini
Additionally, the device will have a BCM4389 Bluetooth chip. Still in the field of connectivity, we can expect Wi-Fi 6E. Good news is that the source says that it will support wireless charging, although the battery capacity is not mentioned.
This possible Google bet raises a lot of curiosity, which the source says could arrive later this year. Do you believe in a Pixel 7 Mini still for 2022? Do you think it would be successful?
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