According to the Flipkart banner, the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro will be launched in India. It was earlier speculated that the flagship phones are not coming to India as Google’s previous flagships never made it here either. However, the Flipkart page has confirmed the Pixel 7 series India launch and now we are waiting for the official sale date. The banner posted on Flipkart reads “Google Pixel 7 and Google Pixel 7 Pro on deck” and “coming soon”.
It will be the first Google flagship to officially hit the Indian market after the Pixel 7 series Pixel 3 The series resumed in 2018. Not released by Google Pixel 4, Pixel 5and Pixel 6 smartphones in the country, but continues to bring the mid-range Pixel A-series. Pixel 5a Or Pixel 4a 5G.
Google is teasing the Google Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro phones ahead of the October 6 reveal. Recently, a YouTube announcement from Google confirmed that the Pixel 7 Pro will start pre-orders from October 6th, the same day Google plans to unveil the devices. While Google hasn’t specifically mentioned the Pixel 7, it’s likely that the vanilla model will also go up for pre-orders on the same day.
Google Pixel 7, Pixel 7 Pro: What to Expect
Earlier this month, Google announced that the Pixel 7, Pixel 7 Pro and Pixel Watch will be launched at a ‘Made by Google’ event on October 6, 2022. After the announcement, Google updated its website with new details about the upcoming devices.
In an updated magazine page for the Pixel 7, Google claims that the Pixel 7 series will come with a next-gen Tensor chip. It could be the Tensor G2 processor.
Recently, A Geekbench listing Pixel 7 Pro’s RAM and motherboard configuration indicated. According to a benchmark listing spotted by a tipster, the Google Pixel 7 Pro will come with 12GB of RAM and a “Cheetah” motherboard.
Just like the Pixel 6 series, the Tensor G2 chip is also expected to power the Pixel 7a or the Pixel Foldable should the company launch it. On the page, Google says the Tensor G2 “brings more helpful, personalized features to photos, videos, security, and speech recognition.”