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  • It looks like Google Pixel 7 specs have leaked online.
  • The specs reveal a phone that looks very similar to its predecessor.

Google will unveil the Pixel 7 series in its entirety on October 6, but we’ve already seen several leaks related to the phones. Now, a trusted tipster has released a spec sheet for the vanilla Pixel 7.

Leaker Yogesh Brar He tweeted. The Pixel 7 specs sheet is out today (September 26), repeating some specs and offering previously unreported information. Core specs point to the previously confirmed Tensor G2 SoC, 8GB of RAM and 128GB or 256GB of storage. You’re also getting a 6.3-inch FHD+ 90Hz OLED screen.

We also get clear battery and charging specifications, detailing that the Pixel 7 packs a ~4,700mAh battery with 30W fast charging and wireless charging support. That battery capacity is a slight improvement over the Pixel 6’s 4,614mAh capacity.

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We were also surprised to find a mention of 30W fast charging support. Google previously offered 30W wireless charging support for the Pixel 6 series and suggested that the phones work better with the official 30W charger. But our own testing has confirmed that the standard model supports 21W charging while the Pro version supports 23W speeds. So the 30W charging support here means the phone will actually reach those speeds – and in over a minute.

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Other specs mentioned by Bra include Android 13 (as you’d expect), stereo speakers, Bluetooth L and Titan chip support. Either way, it’s believed that the Pixel 7 will have the same $600 price tag as its predecessor.


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