Google displays its full palette of Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro colors {Gallery}.

Google on Tuesday fully unveiled the six color possibilities for the Pixel 7 and 7 Pro in addition to confirming the ” Tensor G2 ” branding as part of announcing the event on October 6.

Google promised the “next-gen Google Tensor processor” as enabling “ever more helpful, tailored features to images, videos, security, and speech recognition” when the Pixel 7 home page first debuted in May launched. Google mostly had a “first peek” pair at the device (showcasing excellent construction tolerances).

On Tuesday, a stylized image of the chip and the moniker “Google Tensor G2” were added to that final piece.

Google has included a feature that allows you to see all three of the colors that each phone will be available in. Before, we only had distant views of the entire range; now, we also have backward glances.


Obsidian (black) and Snow (white) are the same on both phones, but the camera bars on the Pixel 7 Pro are different since they are polished (like its sides). These head-on photos give the bar a less curved appearance at the sides than the earlier previews, while the smaller Pixel 7 chooses a matte finish.

Hazel, a vibrant deep green color with a glossy gold camera strip and sides, is the color of the larger gadget. The name of the Lemongrass feature on the Pixel 7 accurately describes it, and the bar is bronze.

The antenna band, which is centered on the top edge of both phones, can also be seen in these close-up pictures.
On October 6, Google will provide all information on the Pixel 7 and 7 Pro.


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