New details about the Google Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro have been released
The next Google phones are apparently the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro, which If Google goes according to plan, we expect them to be officially announced in October. Now that there are about eight months left until the possible date of the introduction of new Google phones, we have received details of these phones that can complete parts of their puzzle before the introduction.
According to a new report, both Pixel 7 series phones will use the second generation Tensor chip along with the Samsung Exynos 5300 modem to connect to different networks. The Pixel 7 Pro is thought to be ‘Cheetah’ and ‘Panther’, which is a far cry from the marine life and fish codenames Google used for its phones up until the Pixel 6 series. The Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro were called “Oriole” and “Raven,” and apparently the bird naming will continue with the Pixel 6a as “Bluejay” until we get to the felines in the Google Pixel 7 series.
The latest information that has been published in the last few days shows the third Pixel name attached to the Exynos 5300 modem, which is called “Ravenclaw”. The source of this news may be a rumor and nothing more, but it may lead to other interesting things.
Last year when the first generation Tensor chip was being developed, Google Replaced the chip with a Snapdragon 765 in some Pixel 5 phones to test it internally; These models were then given the codename “Whitefin”, which was a combination of “WhiteChapel”, the codename of the Tensor project, and “Redfin”, the codename of the Pixel 5. Accordingly, it is thought that the “Raven” in “RavenClaw” may refer to the Pixel 6 Pro, and the “Claw” may be something to do with felines, in which case the device could be the Pixel 6 Pro with Pixel 7 internals. which is made for testing purposes.
Of course, there is still a long time until the official launch of the Google Pixel 7 series, and in the meantime, things like this are possible with more rumors and information to come. be rejected or approved.