Google Pixel 7 review
Google Pixel 7 review

Google Pixel 7 Review: Highest-quality Pixel Available At This Time

Even though the Google Pixel lineup receives a lot of attention from the media, it is still considered somewhat specialized due to the limited market availability of its products. On the other hand, Google has been putting a lot of effort, throughout the past couple of generations, into attempting to appeal to a broader audience by giving certain features that are genuinely distinctive.

Even the vanilla version of Android that is running on today’s Pixels isn’t quite stock because it has some cool customizations and features that are special to it. There are also rumors that Google intends to release an unprecedented quantity of Pixels in the upcoming year.

On the surface, the Pixel 7 and 7 Pro don’t seem to differ all that much from the Pixel 6 series, but they bring some subtle but essential enhancements to the table. This may be one of the reasons why we believe the seventh generation has a high potential to attract new fans in different parts of the world. Even though “the globe” is probably not the ideal choice of words to use given the restricted availability as is customary.

Compared to its predecessor, the Pixel 6, the Pixel 7 includes some significant upgrades. It is now operating on an upgraded Google Tensor G2 chip with more excellent artificial intelligence capabilities. Additionally, it has a Gorilla Glass Victus construction, an improved front-facing camera, and a more compact display.

Consequently, the Pixel 7 is marginally more diminutive than the Pixel 6, which is an unmistakable sign that Google intends to compete in the market for petite flagships. In addition, the display of the Pixel 7 is noticeably more luminous despite its smaller size.

Google Pixel 7 Specs At A Glance

  • Body: 155.6×73.2×8.7mm, 197g; Glass front (Gorilla Glass Victus), glass back (Gorilla Glass Victus), aluminium frame; IP68 dust/water resistant (up to 1.5m for 30 mins).
  • Display: 6.30″ AMOLED, 90Hz, HDR10+, 1000 nits (HBM), 1400 nits (peak), 1080x2400px resolution, 20:9 aspect ratio, 416ppi; Always-on display.
  • Chipset: Google Tensor G2 (5 nm): Octa-core (2×2.85 GHz Cortex-X1 & 2×2.35 GHz Cortex-A78 & 4×1.80 GHz Cortex-A55); Mali-G710 MP7.
  • Memory: 128GB 8GB RAM, 256GB 8GB RAM, UFS 3.1.
  • OS/Software: Android 13.
  • Rear camera: Wide (main): 50 MP, f/1.9, 25mm, 1/1.31″, 1.2µm, multi-directional PDAF, Laser AF, OIS; Ultra wide angle: 12 MP, f/2.2, 114˚, 1/2.9″, 1.25µm.
  • Front camera: 10.8 MP, f/2.2, 21mm (ultrawide), 1/3.1″, 1.22µm.
  • Video capture: Rear camera: 4K@30/60fps, 1080p@30/60/120/240fps; gyro-EIS, OIS, 10-bit HDR; Front camera: 4K@30/60fps, 1080p@30/60fps.
  • Battery: 4355mAh; Fast charging 20W, 50% in 30 min (advertised), Fast wireless charging 20W, Reverse wireless charging, USB Power Delivery 3.0.
  • Misc: Fingerprint reader (under display, optical); NFC; stereo speakers.
Google Pixel 7 review

The rear camera configuration has not been altered in any way. A large 50-megapixel sensor will handle most of the work, and a 12-megapixel ultrawide camera will assist it. There is still no telephoto camera, but to be fair, that is a feature that is difficult to come across in the flagship small camera category. Despite this, Google claims that its machine learning algorithms and improved Internet service provider capabilities will result in better picture processing and an overall improvement in camera quality.

It came as quite a shock to discover that the battery capacity of the Pixel 7 was lower than that of the Pixel 6 (4,355 mAh compared to 4614 mAh). Still, in theory, Google could have compensated for the loss with other improvements to the device’s hardware, such as lower power draw from the display and chipset.

We all know that a list of technical specifications never accurately represents anything, so let’s find out what the new Pixel 7 is capable of and see whether it is the ideal phone for you.

Unboxing The Google Pixel 7

The retail box for the Google Pixel 7 is relatively small. It only contains the user manuals, a USB-C to USB-C cable for fast charging, and a USB-C to USB-A dongle in case you already have a standard charger that does not have a USB-C connector. This is expected, as one would expect the retail box to be relatively small.

About the charger, there is none available. Because the smartphone supports Power Delivery charging of up to 20 watts, it shouldn’t be too difficult to find a compatible charger with the Pixel 7.

Don’t forget to bookmark our main page so you don’t miss any future announcements like these! Also, You Can Check Out: The iPhone 14 was Surpassed by The Google Pixel 7 And Which Google Smartphone Is Better The Pixel 7 Pro Or The Pixel 6 Pro?

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