Google Pixel 7 Pro retail version leaked: First Android 13 flagship
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Google Pixel 7 Pro retail version leaked: First Android 13 flagship.
Google originally planned to release the Pixel 7 Pro in October.
This phone is pre-installed with Android 13 and is the industry’s first high-end flagship to boot with Android 13.
Before the release, the retail version of the Pixel 7 Pro was leaked, and someone activated the Pixel 7 Pro out of the box in Bangladesh, which shows that Google has done a poor job of confidentiality.
Compared with the previous generation Pixel 6 Pro, the metal middle frame of Google Pixel 7 Pro and the metal cover plate in the back camera area are integrated design , which is more difficult to process and highly recognizable.
The phone is equipped with three cameras.
The three cameras are the main camera, ultra-wide-angle and periscope telephoto lens.
They support OIS optical image stabilization. The camera is slightly raised.
The thickness of the phone body including the camera is 11.2mm, excluding the camera.
The thickness of the body is 8.7mm.
In terms of core configuration, the Google Pixel 7 Pro uses a 2K mid-hole digging curved screen, equipped with Google’s customized second-generation Tensor chip, and pre-installed with Android 13.
This time on Android 13, non-Google apps are free to match the current theme and colors, making user-designed Material more cohesive in the smartphone.
For privacy, Google added more granular permission settings, allowing users to share only specific photos and videos, rather than granting full access to the media library.
In addition, Android 13 will also automatically clear the clipboard history after a period of time, and the user must grant the app permission to send notifications, which will not be turned on by default.
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