The Google Camera app for Pixel smartphones has started to roll out a new version 8.5, according to 9to5. In its most recent “APK Insight” report, Google has discovered some information regarding the Google Pixel 7.
According to evidence, the Google Pixel 7 and 7 Pro will both employ new front-facing camera sensors that can record 4K video. The camera tags contained in the APK’s code “p21 front setup,” which were previously only tagged on the Pixel 6 Pro, serve as a sign of this.
Although it is unknown at this time whether the Google Pixel 7 duo will include the same 11.1MP sensor as the Google Pixel 6 Pro, 9to5Google is confident that both devices will be able to do front-facing 4K like the Pixel 6 Pro (the Pixel 6 cannot).
The code discovered “includes early preparations” for the tablet, and there is a glimmer of evidence pointing to a single rear-facing camera on the as-yet-unannounced Pixel Tablet. Given that the Google Pixel Tablet is not anticipated to be released until sometime in 2019, it is only assumed that this Tablet will include a front-facing camera at all, but it is still too early to declare anything.
There have also been feature deletions for the Pixel Tablet. Many of the camera features from the Pixel smartphones, including as 4K recording at 60 frames per second, 4K recording (at all), Audio Zoom, Slow Motion, and Action Pan images, won’t be available on the Pixel Tablet.
A comprehensive announcement of the Google Pixel Watch and the Pixel 7 and 7 Pro, which were first teased at Google I/O last month, is anticipated for this fall.