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

In addition to announcing the event on October 6 and confirming Tensor G2 branding, Google on Tuesday fully unveiled all six color possibilities for the Pixel 7 and 7 Pro.

Google promised the next-generation Google Tensor processor as enabling even more useful, customized features to images, videos, security, and speech recognition on the Pixel 7 home page first debuted in May . Google mostly had an pair of first look videos (showing off outstanding build tolerances).

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

Google has included a feature that allows you to see all three of the colors that each phone will be available in. We used to only have distant views of the entire range, but now we also get sideways 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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