Google's Pixel 7 Pro Unveiled at Made by Google Event

The new phone has a few updated design elements and comes with the Android 13 operating system.

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Three cameras are visible in the thicker camera bar across the back of the Pixel 7 Pro phone

The Google Pixel 7 Pro's camera bar shows the flagship smartphone's 0.5x ultrawide, 1x main and 5x telephoto cameras.


Google officially unveiled the Pixel 7 Pro on Thursday at its Made by Google event, alongside the Pixel 7. The new Pro phone comes preloaded with the Android 13 operating system and is powered by Google's new Tensor G2 chip

The phone will come in three colors and have a polished aluminum camera bar. It sports a pill-shaped cutout for its triple-lens rear-camera as well. 

In addition to selfies, Pixel 7 Pro's front-facing camera can be used to unlock your phone using facial recognition technology. You will also be able to unlock your phone using the under-display fingerprint reader. 

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