The Google Pixel 7 Pro seeks to maintain Google’s recent success with premium smartphones by providing a strong camera and AI features for a lot less money than Apple or Samsung.
The Google Pixel 7 maintains the design, camera configuration, and CPU option that made the Pixel 6 famous. However, the general improvements make it a worthwhile upgrade and a continuation of Google’s superb smartphone performance. If you want Google’s vision for Android, grab this phone.
A longer 5x telephoto camera with up to 30x digital zoom, Face Unlock, a longer battery life, and faster charging are all new features of the Google Pixel 7 Pro. The Pixel 7 Pro seems like the greatest and most uncompromising Android phone yet, and there are many reasons to appreciate it.
Pixel 7 Pro Camera Review
The Pixel 7 greatly improves the camera experience while maintaining the camera arrangement Google debuted with the Pixel 6. This is especially true when it comes to night shooting. A 50MP primary camera and a 12MP ultrawide camera are included with the new phone.
The three cameras on the rear of the Pixel 7 Pro are combined to provide a zoom range of practically one continuous 0.5x to 30x.
At 0.5x magnification, the 12MP ultrawide camera produces good images with relatively minor edge distortion. The primary 1x 50MP camera is outstanding. With photos that are 12.5MP, it captures a ton of information under a variety of lighting settings.
Google Pixel 7 Pro – Design and Features
There are only two physical differences when comparing the Pixel 7 Pro to its predecessor. Because it is 0.1 inches shorter, it is a little less enormously tall and more portable.
The replacement of the glass rear camera bar with an aluminum one composed of polished metal is the second most visible change. The bright metal sheen lessens the phone’s distinguishing design a little, but it undoubtedly enhances its premium appeal.
As for slight adjustments, the screen reaches a higher maximum brightness of 1,500 nits, which improves visibility outside. Even though the screen in this location still refreshes at up to 120Hz, Android 13 has thankfully improved the animations to keep up with it.
The Google Pixel Pro Tensor G2 chip from Google performs similarly to last year’s model overall but processes artificial intelligence (AI) much more quickly. Particularly when using smart systems and dictating texts, the phone feels incredibly responsive.
Google Pixel Pro Specifications
- Screen: 6.7in 120Hz QHD+ OLED (512ppi)
- Processor: Google Tensor G2
- RAM: 12GB of RAM
- Storage: 128, 256 or 512GB
- Operating system: Android 13
- Camera: 50MP + 12MP ultrawide + 48MP 5-10x telephoto, 10.8MP selfie
- Connectivity: 5G, eSIM, wifi 6E, UWB, NFC, Bluetooth 5.2 and GNSS
- Water resistance: IP68 (1.5m for 30 minutes)
- Dimensions: 162.9 x 76.6 x 8.9mm
- Weight: 212g
A big part of the Google Pixel 7 Pro’s amazing battery life can be attributed to its 5000mAh battery. The wired and wireless fast charging speeds have also been increased by Google to 30W. After physically plugging the phone in for 15 minutes, the battery charge returned to 24%, and after 30 minutes, it was almost at 50%.
With the screen set to its default FHD+ resolution and being actively used for roughly five hours, the Pixel Pro battery may last for 34 to 36 hours before needing to be recharged.
The Pixel 7 Pro competes with devices that cost more than £1,100 for a price of £849 ($899/A$1,299), the same as the company’s top phone for 2021. It is the top model in Google’s phone lineup for 2022, which also includes the cheaper Pixel 6a and Pixel 7 (both £599).
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