Google today unveiled a lot of new features and products at its Google I/O 2022 developer event.
Also teased were the company’s next Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro smartphones, coming this fall. Google says these phones will have the next version of its in-house made Google Tensor chip.
The design of the Pixel 7 has extended the aluminum finish to the entire rear camera bar, while the Pixel 7 Pro has a triple-camera system on the back, that “sets a completely new standard for photography.” The aluminum housing is one piece that’s surrounded by glass.
These new Pixel 7 phones will have the next generation of the Google Tensor system-on-chip, and both phones will ship with Android 13.
Google Pixel Tablet
Google also teased its upcoming Pixel Android tablet, set to debut in 2023 and also powered by its Google Tensor chip. The company said it wanted to preview the tablet today, due to the excitement in the developer community when it comes to tablet development. But likely it could be the fact the company wants to get ahead of leaks.
“Built to be the perfect companion for your Pixel phone, our tablet will blend into your day-to-day routine and help connect the moments you’re on the go with the moments you’re at home. We hope to have more to share here in 2023, so stay tuned,” said Google.
Check out the full Google I/O from today in the video above.