Google Pixel 7 Ultra to arrive next month; new camera details leaked
Google is planning to launch Pixel 7 Ultra along with Pixel 7 and 7 Pro at an event on October 6. Check out the leaked details here.
We are less than a month away from the “Made By Google '' event. The tech giant has announced that the event will be held on October 6. The company is prepping up for the new Pixel 7 Ultra launch along with Pixel 7, Pixel 7 Pro and more at the event. Though there are no substantial details on it, a recent report from Developer Kuba Wojciechowski has given a sneak peek into the expected design and specs of Google Pixel 7 Ultra. The company has reportedly partnered with Foxconn to bring a high-end flagship phone potentially dubbed Pixel 7 Ultra with code name Lynx. Going by reports, the upcoming handset would arrive with better photo sensors equipped with two Sony IMX712 cameras. Wojciechowski has reported that the Pixel 7 Ultra will have a third rear-facing camera. Further, Android 13 QPR1 Beta 1 also referred to a second Sony IMX712 as an ultra-wide-angle camera.
Earlier, he had claimed that the handset is likely to ship with Sony's new IMX787 sensor, and would have a telephoto lens to perform optical zooms. Notably, the leaker also detailed a 50MP Isocell GN1 main camera with periscopic and "multifocal" lens.
In addition to this, the handset is speculated to be equipped with a 2K screen and a Tensor 2 chip, the next generation of Google's in-house SoC. If reports are to be believed, the Pixel smartphone has also opted for ceramic as a material instead of a combination of glass, metal and plastic. According to a report from China's Weibo platform provided by a prominent leaker, Digital Chat Station, Google has partnered with Foxconn to bring a flagship made of ceramic rather than a combination of glass, metal and plastic.
Meanwhile, Google itself is yet to confirm the launch of Pixel 7 Ultra at next month's hardware launch event. So far, the company has teased the launch of Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro on October 6, along with Pixel Watch and the Tensor G2 chipset.
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