The design of the Google Pixel 7 Pro is shown in a leak.

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(Pocket-lint) – We’ve probably got some time before Google unveils its Pixel 7 and 7 Pro smartphones – after all, it’s still got to launch the controversial Pixel 6a first. However, that hasn’t stopped a case company from doing mock-up renders of the upcoming Pro version inside one of its future products.

The featured images show Google’s purported handset arriving with a curved front display, a horizontal camera module – similar to the Pixel 6 Pro, albeit revamped a bit – and no 3.5mm audio output.

The lens setup on the rear looks a bit different, which lines up with a few old rumours, although much of the rest of the design is very familiar.

The images were posted by TechGoing, which points out that the front of the phone has not been cut into the shape of a hole. However, that doesn’t mean it will come with an under-display camera, more so the case company just forgot.

Other leaked specs for the Google Pixel 7 Pro tested that the 2022 model will come with either a 6.7-inch or 6.8-inch OLED display. It will also be powered by a next-gen version of Google’s own Tensor silicon.

Rumors claim it will have up to 12GB of RAM, along with a 512GB storage option.

We doubt we’ll hear anything about it during Google I/O next week, but it’s worth checking out our coverage of Google’s other big announcements.

Written by Rik Henderson.

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