The Google team showed several rendered images of the two devices (which will be able to count on the new generation of Google Tensor processor), thus allowing us to discover what their design will be, similar to that of the Google Pixel 6 series, with respect to which they will represent a sort of further evolutionary step.
In particular, the main changes from an aesthetic point of view will be concentrated in the area of the rear photographic compartment (which, moreover, should be renewed), which will no longer be black regardless, as its color will depend on that of the smartphone.
And precisely with reference to the design, the Mountain View giant had hinted that Google Pixel 7 could later boast a "soft touch glass" finish, ie similar to that used on Google Pixel 3 and Google Pixel 4, much appreciated by users for the live effect and the feel to the touch is definitely different from the glossy one of Google Pixel 6.
Well, it seems that the Google team has changed their mind, at least this is what Marques Brownlee claims on Twitter, who specifies that the team of the Mountain View giant has personally confirmed to him that Google Pixel 7 will not be able to count on a rear panel with finish "soft touch glass".
At the moment there are no details on the reasons that would have pushed the Mountain View giant to retrace its steps but those who hoped that with Google Pixel 7 you could return to a rear panel with a matte finish will have to resign: even the next Google phones, in fact , they will be "lucid".
Written by Matteo with love from Italy