When Google launched the Pixel 6 back in 2021, they brought a new design that had a resemblance to the classic Huawei Nexus 6P. And now in this Google Pixel 7 review, we again found out the stylish camera layout design still continues.
Despite getting different bug issues with the new Tensor chipset from Google in their Pixel 6 lineup. Google did manage to fix those bugs and brought back a new and improved Pixel 7 with their latest Tensor G2 chipset.
Let’s dive into the Google Pixel 7 review more and find out if Google is back with the perfect phone or not.
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The Pixel 7 comes in faster and better than its successor Pixel 6’s design and Google’s new chipset, here’s a quick good and bad sites:
|👍 Great Pricing;
👍 Good performance with Tensor G2;
👍 Bright display during daylight;
👍 Adequate Battery Life;
👍 Nice Handy Feel design.
|👎 Previous generation Under display fingerprint sensor;
👎 Bit Slippery.
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Starting off with the design part in this Google Pixel 7 review there’s a slight change from last year’s Pixel 6. And, if you are a fan of the Pixel 6’s design, then you love that same design in the Pixel 7 as well but with a bit more matte at the camera section, where you’ll find a dual camera setup along with a LED flash.
The front and back of the phone come in gorilla glass victus and aluminum frame, the Pixel 7 boasts excellent built quality and durability against drops. You can rest assured that your phone will survive the occasional tumble.
Another great design feature of the Pixel 7 is its IP68 dust and water resistance rating. This means that you can take it with you on water rides at theme parks or out in the rain without having to worry about water damage. However, it’s important to remember that the phone is only water-resistant for up to 30 minutes for up to 1.5 meters.
On the back of the Pixel 7, the glossy finish of the back looks great, but it does tend to catch fingerprints unless you clean it regularly. Overall, the Pixel 7 is a compact phone with a height of 155.6mm and a weight of 197g, making it a lighter choice for day-to-day use. Its design and build quality make it a stylish and practical choice for anyone in the market for a new phone.
The display on the Google Pixel 7 is a real treat for the eyes. With an FHD+ 6.3 inch AMOLED display and HDR10+, you’ll be able to see more colors and detail than ever before when streaming or watching videos.
One of the standout features of the Pixel 7’s display is its 90Hz refresh rate. This means that switching between apps and animations will feel incredibly smooth and responsive. However, it’s a bit less compared to other competitors in the market who are offering 120Hz at similar price points, like the OnePlus 11 or Xiaomi 13 Lite.
Despite this, the Pixel 7’s display still has a lot to offer. With a resolution of 1080 by 2400 pixels, you’ll be able to consume content with incredible detail. And with a maximum peak brightness of 1000 nits, you’ll be able to use the phone comfortably even in bright outdoor environments.
Lastly, the display on the Pixel 7 is a great feature, offering vivid colors, smooth animations, and excellent detail. Whether you’re streaming videos or just browsing the web, the Pixel 7’s display is sure to impress.
The camera on the Google Pixel 7 is simply stunning. With a 50MP wide-angle camera featuring an f/1.9 aperture and 4K recording with OIS, you can capture your favorite moments in incredible detail. The 12MP ultra-wide camera with an f/2.2 aperture captures an impressive 114 degrees of field of view, which is a bit narrower compared to its bigger brother Pixel 7 Pro but still good enough for most users.
The 10.8MP selfie camera on the Pixel 7 is also fantastic, with 1080p and up to 4K recording capabilities. This makes it great for personal vlogging or taking high-quality selfies.
The camera on the Pixel 7 also boasts some impressive features, such as photo unblur, real tone, and cinematic blur. These features can really help to add drama and flair to your photos. Additionally, the magic eraser feature is a real game-changer, allowing you to easily remove unwanted objects or people from your photos.
Overall, the camera on the Pixel 7 is a standout feature, offering high-quality photos and videos that rival those of more expensive phones like the OnePlus 11 or Galaxy S23. Whether you’re a professional photographer or just someone who enjoys taking photos, the Pixel 7’s camera is sure to impress.
After a close inspection of the Google Pixel 7 review into its performance, the Pixel 7 will provide you with good performance with its latest Google Tensor G2 chipset. While the Tensor G2 may not be as well-known as Qualcomm’s 8 Gen2, which can be found in the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra or the Apple 14 Pro Max’s A16 Bionic, it still manages to provide excellent performance for gaming and other apps.
While some users have reported heating issues during intense gaming sessions, the Tensor G2 chipset still performs exceptionally well. More into the performance, the Mali-G710 MP7 GPU is also impressive, delivering solid performance when it comes to playing new, multiplayer-heavy games like Fortnite or Call of Duty: Mobile.
But what really sets the Pixel 7’s performance apart is its 8GB LPDDR5 RAM. This feature provides great app switching and power consumption, making it easy to switch between apps and multitask without any lag or slowdowns.
As for the UI section in the Google Pixel 7 review, The Pixel 7 comes with the latest Android 13 operating system, which not only offers customizable themes and icons but also has multilingual app support and dynamic spatial audio. And with upgraded security features, you can rest easy knowing your personal information is protected.
But what really sets the Pixel 7 apart is Google’s promise of five years of updates until 2027. That’s right, five years of software and security updates, ensuring that your phone stays current and secure for years to come.
While last year’s Pixel 6 may have had some bugs, Google has worked tirelessly to ensure that the Pixel 7 comes with few, and even if any issues do arise, Google is committed to fixing them promptly through future updates.
A crucial element for optimal device usage is battery performance, as a better battery directly translates to improved usage performance. Google Pixel 7 offers a competitive 4355mAh battery with a decent 20W wired charging.
The google pixel 7 wireless charger doesn’t come with the box, although it does come with the added benefit of Qi certification for 20W wireless charging convenience. The google pixel 7 fast charging rates up to 20 watts and Google also claims to provide all-day battery life and up to 72-hour battery life with Extreme Battery Saver mode.
And to take a more detailed look into the Google Pixel 7 review, here’s it’s all the major specifications-
|Specs||Google Pixel 7|
|Display||6.3’’ 90Hz AMOLED, HDR10+, 416ppi, 1400nits|
|Protection||Corning Gorilla Glass Victus, Aluminum Frame, IP68 Dust/Water resistant|
|Camera||Main: 50 MP, Super Res Zoom up to 8x
12 MP Ultra-Wide, 114˚ FOV
LED flash, HDR, panorama
|Platform||OS: MIUI 13 on Android 12
CPU: Google Tensor G2 Titan (6nm)
GPU: ARM Mali-G68 MC4
|Battery||4,355mAh, 20W Wired, Qi-Certified|
|Audio||Stereo speakers, 3 microphones, Noise suppression|
|Connectivity||5G, LTE, Bluetooth 5.2|
|Colors||Obsidian, Snow, Lemongrass|
Long story short, the Pixel 7 delivers great performance with its Tensor G2 chipset. Even if have fewer exceptions compared to its bigger brother the Pixel 7 Pro. Still, the Pixel 7 manages to provide great performance with an amazing stock Google user experience. More in that user experience, everyone loves a compact smartphone like the Pixel 7 that performs well and delivers enough battery life that lasts a whole day without losing a sweat. Although the dual camera could be not enough in those more camera markets, still Pixel manages to provide a good picture quality with their 50MP camera.
Based on the current Google Pixel 7 BD price, you should get the Pixel:
Get the Google Pixel 7, if:
> You want the best-performing device from Google;
> You would prefer better build quality with an IP rating;
> You need a smooth and solid stock Android experience.
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