The Pixel 6 represented a rebirth for Google. After several years of trying but not succeeding in establishing its position as a latecomer to the smartphone market The device finally enjoyed an unstoppable season. With a new management Google’s long-running efforts to reduce costs were a thing of the past and the company finally created a high-quality product with a reasonable price level.
The days are gone when companies could rely only name recognition. The flagship smartphones are consistently top of the line all the time manufacturers who want to boost sales must keep pace in the race with Samsungs as well as the Apples all over the world. This is especially true when creating a lower-cost variant of the exact model.
Pixel 6 Pixel 6 presented a great convergence of breakthroughs in software as well as premium hardware, and first-party technology, such as The Tensor chip. Pixel 7 and the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro were announced the morning’s Google Hardware launch in Brooklyn will continue the previous year’s innovations. With the huge difference between the Pixel 6 and the seven it shouldn’t be an unwelcome delight that they’re an improvement of what was successful with the models from last year.
The changes here come via the camera system as well as The Tensor G2 -an upgrade to the previous year’s Tensor chip, which is responsible both to certain technological advances in photography as well as security improvements as well as security upgrades.
The design of the 7 is similar to the 6. However, the camera bar on the phone has been refined smooth aluminum in the Pro model and matte for the 7. Both models are constructed of approximately 19% recycled components, in terms of weight. They have glass backs, Gorilla Glass Victus fronts and are IP68-rated dust and waterproof.
Pixel 7 Pixel 7 has a 6.3-inch OLED display with 1080×2400 pixels with 416 PPI and 90Hz refresh rate. Its brightness is 1,400 nits. Its screen size of the 7 Pro is 6.7 inches at 1440×3120 pixels, and has an pixel density of 512 PPI with up to 1500nits brightness. The 7 sports two cameras that are rear-facing with a 50-megapixel wide angle and a 12-megapixel ultrawide. The Pro adds a telephoto of 48 megapxiel in addition to its wide-angle camera. As per Google:
Pixel 7 front camera is now the same as that in Pixel 7 front camera is identical to the front camera in Pixel 7 Pro, for more effective low-light photography, breathtaking 4K60 video, as well as the ability to have a wider field of vision to take group selfies. Cinematic Blur produces movies that look like Hollywood. With Real Tone every skin tone is perfectly and precisely portrayed with night Sight as well as Po trait modes, too. Photo Unblur improves your blurry images – whether old or new. The Guided Frame lets those with poor vision to capture the most beautiful selfies using Haptics, audio, and even haptics. Photos are in sync with your vision using Pixel camera features such as Magic Eraser, Motion Mode as well as Face Unblur.
The brand new G2 chip powers a number of these important camera enhancements that include the latest Super Res Zoom feature on the Pro as well as improved night Sight as well as Face Unblur. Together with Titan’s M2 chip for security it also brings an eagerly-awaited face unlock as well as the fingerprint sensor under the screen. Although face unlock is utilized for a variety of various functions, Google notes that it is not suitable for certain highly sensitive features as it’s not the same as biometric fingerprints in the device. The devices will also come with VPN through Google One built in, to provide additional security. Google promises “at at least” 5 years worth of security upgrades for the phones.
Google evaluates both devices battery life at “over 24-hours.” It’s the case that the 7 comes with 4355mAh of battery as well as 7 Pro has a whopping 5000mAh. 7 Pro has a healthy 5500mAh. Both devices can get half-full charges within 30 minutes, because of the 30w USB-C speedy charging (the charger doesn’t come with the device). The brand new “Extreme battery saver” mode, on the other hand it will extend the battery’s the battery’s life for up to 72 hours according to Google. Both models support speedy Qi wireless charging, and also offer Battery Share to charge up other devices.
The Pixel 7 comes with 8GB of RAM and 128GB or 256GB storage. The Pro comes with 12GB of RAM as well as 128, 256, or the 512GB storage. The 7 starts at just $599, while the Pro begins at a reasonable (flagship-wise) 899. Both models are available for preorder now and will be shipping in the coming months.