The upcoming Google flagship smartphone series dubbed Google Pixel 7 series will be official in the month of October this year and the company has already showcased the designing setup of the upcoming smartphone series during its Google I/O event. Now a debug code has been spotted online and the same suggests that the upcoming Google Pixel 7 series could feature a hall sensor.
It is spotted that the upcoming Google Pixel 7 series may feature the hall sensors and the same was last included in the Google Pixel 2 series and he has also speculated that the recently introduced Google Pixel 6a may already have the hall sensor, even though it has not been mentioned in the specifications sheet.
Having said that, the Hall sensors can able to detect the magnetic field of the magnets that are usually placed in flip covers.
"Default enable hall sensor
Test: Compile and load on P7. Hall sensor is enabled."
The Pixel 7 may have a hall effect sensor to detect magnetic fields. Many phones have one so flip covers with embedded magnets can be detected and the screen turned on/off accordingly. https://t.co/N0CLxVrL2k pic.twitter.com/N2BCvW1TRp
— Mishaal Rahman (@MishaalRahman) July 29, 2022
It seems that the upcoming Google flagship smartphone series may feature flip covers of their own.
It was previously reported that the upcoming Google Pixel 7 will feature a 50MP primary lens along with a 12MP ultra-wide-angle unit. On the other hand, the Pro model also features an additional 48MP telephoto sensor.
The source says that the Google Pixel 7 will receive Samsung GN1 sensor along with a Sony IMX381 ultra-wide angle lens. While the Google Pixel 7 Pro will feature a 48MP GM1 telephoto lens. It is also reported that the upcoming smartphone series will feature a 10.87MP Samsung sensor at the front.
The upcoming Google Pixel 7 and 7 Pro smartphones are confirmed to be powered by the next-generation Google Tensor processor. The devices will also feature an aluminium horizontal bridge on the back panel that will accommodate dual cameras in a pill-shaped cutout and a third lens paired with LED flash. It will also feature a dual-tone finish with a premium glass back panel. The smartphone series will run on the upcoming Android 13 out of the box.
So let’s wait for the official launching of the upcoming Google flagship smartphone series and we recommend you to stay tuned with us for more interesting information from the technological world at your fingertips.
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