Sleek bezels, an improved camera bar and — oh yes — a curved screen
We’re just over a week away from the Pixel 7’s official launch party. On October 6, Google will take the stage in New York City to show off its latest and greatest smartphone. We’ve known about the Pixel 7 and 7 Pro for a while – we even saw a full spec sheet earlier today – but if you’re not hyped enough already, a brand new clip is sure to get you excited for the big reveal.
ANDROIDPOLICE VIDEO OF THE DAY
In a video that is all too reminiscent of the video released last week for the Pixel Watch, this Pixel 7 Pro clip focuses on the design of Google’s new phone. The description calls it sleek, smooth and refined, three words that are hard to argue with. While we don’t have our hands on one yet, these recent promotional videos have revealed the Pixel 7 Pro as an excellent refinement of the design Google first launched last year.
It’s a much more serious video in tone than a few other recent trailers, especially one with some clever pixelation. Gone are the Team Pixel members getting their first look at new hardware. Instead, we watch each section of the device highlighted one at a time, all set to what I’d describe as a contemporary Radiohead-esque beat. It also gives us a different take on the Pixel 7 Pro’s curved screen, which looks smaller compared to its predecessor. Still, it will frustrate a few — our most recent weekend poll suggests most buyers aren’t interested in those curved edges.
Between Google’s official teasing and an endless fountain of leaks, there’s not much mystery left for the Pixel 7 or 7 Pro. Still, we’re pretty excited about next week’s official launch. Make sure to set aside some time in your calendar to follow us – you never know what we might see.