As a way to celebrate the confirmation of the Google Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro, Google put out some new wallpapers. If you use Pixel, you can turn them on right now. If not, we tell you how to get them onto your phone by downloading them.
Google put out a bunch of new wallpapers just in time for the announcement of the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro. The new wallpapers were found by 9to5Mac. They are part of the Community Lens collection, and Pixel owners can start using them today.
The new wallpapers are made up of 12 photos that Google employees took in different places around the world. Wojtek Rygielski, a software engineer, also a nature photographer, took Autumn Treetops in the Mist in Sarek National Park.
Helene Sears, a UX designer at Google, made the Sunlight Through Muir Woods wallpaper. Sunrise on the White Sands was taken in White Sands National Park by Jiwoong Lee, who also works at Google. All of the wallpapers are free and can be downloaded from the Pixel home screen or by following a few easy steps.
How to get new wallpapers from Google
If you have a Pixel, you just need to hold down on the home screen and choose “Change wallpaper.” You can choose one of the new backgrounds in the Community Lens section from there. On the other hand, if you have a different Android phone or an iPhone, you can just download the image for each and use it as usual.
Google also used the occasion to post three new wallpapers on its Twitter account. This is part of Hispanic Heritage Month, which honors Hispanic and Latino history and culture. Puerto Rican artist COVL developed these wallpapers, which Pixel users may use or download.
The wallpapers have been updated to go along with the official statement of the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro. When the new Google phones come out, they will fix some problems with their predecessors and surprise people with a powerful camera that will try to rule the high end this year. Even though the Pixel 6 doesn’t have any big news, the price is without a question the most interesting thing about it.
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