Google Pixel is a brand of consumer electrical devices manufactured by Google that run either the Chrome OS or the Android operating system. Google Pixel devices are available in both black and white. The Pixel brand was launched in February 2013 with the release of the Pixel Chromebook, the first iteration of the Chromebook. In addition, there are various accessories available for the Pixel range, which includes computers, tablets, and smartphones. The Google Pixel 7 is an upcoming smartphone that offers a fantastic blend of usefulness and elegance in one package. A starting price of Rs 51,723 is expected to be charged for the phone when it is introduced in India on December 31, 2022 (as predicted). You will be able to choose from various color choices for this lightweight, slim, and attractive smartphone.
This phone clone is expected to have a stunning 6.2-inch (15.74-centimeter) display with a resolution of 1080 x 2240 pixels, which will bring the material to life and enhance the viewing experience. Because it is reported to be packed with an Octa-Core CPU, the smartphone will provide a speedier and lag-free performance while viewing movies, playing graphically intensive games, or surfing the web. Additionally, the forthcoming mobile phone will include 6 GB of RAM, which will allow you to navigate between various programs without experiencing any pauses. Furthermore, it may come with 128 GB of internal storage, allowing you to put all of your music, films, games, and other media on the phone without having to worry about running out of space.
The Android v11 operating system is expected to be installed on this future Google smartphone. Additionally, it may be equipped with a 4500 mAh battery, which will allow you to use the device for extended periods for activities like playing games, listening to music, watching movies, and more without having to worry about battery loss. The phone may come equipped with a dual-camera configuration on the back, which would allow you to improve your photographic talents significantly. It is predicted that there will be a 48 MP + 8 MP + 2 MP camera, allowing you to take some very spectacular photographs with your phone. Digital Zoom, Auto Flash, Face identification, and Touch to focus are some of the features available on the rear camera system. Additionally, the Google Pixel 7 is likely to come with a front-facing camera of 12 MP + 2 MP, allowing you to take some fantastic selfies and make video chats.
According to reports, the Google Pixel 7 will support WiFi, WiFi 802.11, b/g/n, Mobile Hotspot, Bluetooth v5.0, 5G (which is not yet available in India), 4G (which supports Indian bands), 3G, and 2G networks, as well as other connection choices. Furthermore, smartphones’ sensors may include an accelerometer, a gyroscope, a proximity sensor, a compass, and a barometer.
Google Pixel 7’s UDC similar to the Galaxy Z Fold 3
According to public records, a patent application submitted by Google for an under-display camera technology was discovered on the Internet in May 2021. It did, however, make use of sub-display technology, in which a second screen is positioned opposite the selfie camera, and a mirror is placed directly between the two screens to get the desired effect. This sort of technology is costly, and it is possible that the phone’s pricing will be prohibitively high. The corporation has submitted another patent application, but this one is for a different under-display camera technology. Interestingly, the new technology may be more cost-effective for Google, and we may see it in the future Google Pixel 7 smartphone. It was just released a patent filed by Google with the USPTO (the United States Patent and Trademark Office) on August 31, 2021, according to a report by LetsGoDigital. According to reports, the patent discloses that a new sort of under-display camera technology was submitted to provide a huge full-screen experience. The actual nature of the answer, on the other hand, remains unclear. It is said that the display will be an emissive display with a tiny non-emissive section (the selfie camera cutout) to enable light to reach the selfie camera sensor this time around.
Naturally, an OLED display will be utilized in conjunction with this kind of technology. The non-emissive screen will let the sensor get adequate light, resulting in higher-quality images. However, the emissive section of the screen will also emit light, which will result in the camera cutout being obscured by the resulting light. Including technology is not new and utilized in various previously released phones, such as the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 and the LG G Flex 2. Mr. Sangmoo Choi is believed to be the originator of the technology for Google, although the patent was apparently in conflict with one of Samsung’s earlier patents at the time of the patent application.
According to reports, Sangmoo worked for Samsung a few years ago, explaining the similarities between the two patent applications. Samsung submitted a patent for a comparable under-display camera back in 2017, and it seems to have been realized in the recently released Galaxy Z Fold 3. Despite the similarities, it remains to be seen how the new Google patent will be used in its next Pixel smartphones. And who knows, this under-display camera technology may be used in the Google Pixel 7 to enable a full-screen display on the device.