By Andrew Romero & Ben Schoon
We're still several months away from the release of the Pixel 7 and 7 Pro. We haven't even seen the Pixel 6a in an official capacity yet!
That being said, that doesn't mean that CAD-based renders aren't starting to appear on Twitter. In fact, a Twitter user with a recent streak of correctly revealing designs of the Galaxy S22, Pixel 5, and others has uploaded a few models.
At first glance, the Pixel 7 models look virtually identical to the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro. This suggests that Google is opting to keep its design the same year-over-year.
This is a huge shift since Google usually changes the Pixel design yearly, except for a few key design elements. These models are solely the Pixel 7, and showcase a slightly smaller footprint.
The Pixel 7 Pro gets its own leaks from a different leaker with a reliable reputation by the name of @OnLeaks. The Pixel 7 Pro looks similar in size to its predecessor, the Pixel 6 Pro. The measurements suggest it's a bit thinner, taller, and wider.
The most eventful change, however, might be the camera array on the Pixel 7 Pro with its almost comically big lenses gracing the visor. It also looks like the Pixel 7 will keep the same curved-edge display design found on the Pixel 6 Pro.
You can see the full renders on 9to5Google.com and also a few extra details about these surfaced models.