The latest Google Pixel 7 Pro specs sheet that comes from a Taiwanese mobile carrier confirms previously rumored details such as face and fingerprint unlocking, as well as 5X optical zoom. The 48 MP telephoto shooter joins the 50 MP + 12 MP ultrawide duo rumored to equip the vanilla Pixel 7.
As the release date of the Google Pixel 7 lineup is drawing near, the leaks from the mobile carrier market are starting to show up and these often prove to be entirely accurate. In this case, a source from a Taiwanese mobile carrier has leaked the Pixel 7 Pro specs sheet alongside that of its vanilla sibling.
According to the aforementioned specs sheet, the Google Pixel 7 Pro features a 6.7-inch QHD 120 Hz display, a Google Tensor G2 processor, 12/128-256 GB of memory/storage, support for wired and wireless charging, and is certified to comply with the IP68 standard for resistance to the elements.
In addition to the above, the leaked specs sheet also reveals that a Pixel 7 Pro exclusive camera feature, namely Macro Focus, uses the 48 MP 5X optical zoom lens to deliver macro photography capabilities. This Pro-only camera comes alongside the 50 MP + 12 MP (primary + ultrawide) pair of cameras that is also supposed to equip the vanilla Pixel 7. The Pixel 7 Pro is expected to deliver a maximum combined zoom level of 30X, which is a solid improvement over the 20X provided by the Pixel 6 Pro.
The Google Pixel 7 specs mentioned in the leak do not come with any surprises: same processor as the Pro, 8/128-256 GB of memory/storage, wired and wireless charging, IP68 rating, face and fingerprint unlock, 8X maximum zoom level, Real Tone and Movie Motion Blur (both also available for the Pro, obviously). Unsurprisingly, the Tensor 2 security chip will be used in all Pixel 7 handsets.
The Pixel 7 series should be unveiled alongside the Pixel Watch on October 6, so it is very likely for the above to be the final specs of the market-ready Pixel 7 Pro and Pixel 7.