Roland Quandt says he has storage configurations for Google’s next-generation flagship phones, the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro, unless the rumoured Pixel 7 Ultra comes out of nowhere. As we reported last week, Google has already confirmed that the two phones and the long-awaited Pixel Watch will be released on October 6 at 14:00 UTC. Also, the company hinted that the Google Tensor G2, its second-generation in-house SoC, would be used in the Pixel 7 series.
Also, Google’s website now says that the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro will be available in a wide range of the same colours. Screenshots show that both models will be available in Obsidian and Snow. This will have camera housings that are grey and silver, respectively. Lemongrass, on the other hand, will only be on the Pixel 7, and Hazel will only be on the Pixel 7 Pro. Google gave Lemongrass a gold camera housing despite being green. Compared to the Hazel version’s more dramatic camera finish.
Although Google released a Pixel 6 with 512GB of storage, it did so solely in the US. When the Pixel 7 launches in the US, expect a 512GB model.
Despite having two possibilities, Google should provide a microSD port. Unfortunately, that’s rare in luxury cellphones today. In a poll earlier this year, we asked readers about the preferences. That is if they preferred 128GB and a microSD slot or 256GB and no slot. 71% of 5,790 voters stated they would prefer a 128GB phone with a microSD slot.
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