Google has revealed the colors of Google Pixel 7 and the chipset
The fact that Google is releasing information on the Pixel 7 line on the day the iPhone 14 is released is definitely not a coincidence. After all, Google or Samsung can steal some of Apple’s thunder, but we don’t anticipate anything else significant from the manufacturer of the Galaxy Fold this year. The Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro were officially announced by the company on October 6, and now, via its online store and as reported by Phone Arena, Google has disclosed the colors you’ll be able to acquire the phones in. You can choose between Obsidian, Snow, or Lemongrass for the Google Pixel 7, and between Obsidian, Snow, or Hazel for the Pixel 7 Pro.
There isn’t a huge variety, and each model just has one special color. While Lemongrass is a greenish yellow, Hazel is greyish green, and Obsidian and Snow are essentially black and white, respectively. Google has disclosed the chipset these phones would employ in addition to the colors. The Google Tensor G2 is the new name for the Tensor chipset, which was previously known to be the following generation and used in the Pixel 6 line of smartphones.
Even more helpful, tailored features for images, videos, security, and speech recognition, according to Google, will be added by this chipset. It probably won’t have as much raw power as the Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1, which is the best Android chipset right now, let alone the A16 Bionic, which we expect to see in the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max based on the last version.
While the Pixel 7’s color palette isn’t particularly extensive, it does provide certain hues that the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro didn’t. Stormy Black, Sorta Seafoam, or Kinda Coral are the available colors for the Pixel 6, while Stormy Black, Cloudy White, and Sorta Sunny are the colors for the Pixel 6 Pro. Both choices have both black and white, but this year’s Hazel and Lemongrass options are brand new.
Although many of them are two-tone tints, with a different color above the camera block than below, the Pixel 6 range of smartphones undoubtedly boasts more fascinating colors. Google, however, has abandoned this notion with the Pixel 7. Because of this, the new phones may appear smarter, especially with their metallic camera blocks, but they also appear slightly less distinctive and eye-catching. They will undoubtedly be counted among the greatest Pixel phones, though.