Google’s Tensor G2 processor and Titan M2 processor have been used for security in Google Pixel 7. Google pixel 7 gets Android 13, up to 128 GB of storage with 8 GB of RAM.
Google has launched its flagship smartphone Google Pixel 7 on 6 October. This phone has been introduced in a luxurious aluminum body design. Google Pixel 7 can be bought in Snow, Obsidian and Lemongrass color and at a price of Rs 59,999. Pixel 7 gets the power of Tensor G2 processor with Android 13. Also, 128 GB of storage has been supported in Google Pixel 7 with 8 GB of RAM. The Unblur feature is available with the Google Pixel 7 camera, which can make any old blur photos even better.
Google Pixel 7 Review: Design
Matte aluminum body design is available with Pixel 7. According to the company, the phone is made from recycled material. The design of the phone is durable and premium. However, a large camera bump is available in the rear of the phone, which has the support of two cameras. Glossy finish is available with the phone, due to which the phone slips a lot. IP68 rating is available for water resistant with Google Pixel 7. That is, the phone can stay in 1.5 meter deep water for up to 30 minutes. Protection of Corning Gorilla Glass Victus is available on the display of the phone. The volume button and power button are available on the right side of the phone. The power button in the phone is given above the volume button, because of this, if you try to lock the phone, the hand repeatedly goes to the volume button. The SIM tray is available on the left side. At the same time, the support of USB Type-C port is available for speaker and charging at the bottom of the phone. That is, overall, the phone is great in terms of design.
Google pixel 7 Review: Performance
With Google Pixel 7, good performance is seen just like Google Pixel 7 Pro. The same Tensor G2 processor support has been given in both the phones. The phone does a good job in terms of performance, gaming and optimization. However, the speaker of the phone does not work that well. There is support for dual speaker with the phone, yet the sound in the phone is low. Android 13 is available with the phone, with which Clean UI is supported. Apart from this, you are also going to get software updates for five years. Our gaming experience with the phone was also great. With the phone, we have tested games like Asphalt 9 and Call Of Duty. The phone heats up slightly during gaming, but the gaming performance of the phone is excellent. At the same time, there is no problem in multitasking with the phone.
Google Pixel 7 Review: Display and Specifications
Pixel 7 gets a 6.32-inch FullHD Plus OLED display, which comes with (2,400 x 1,080 pixels) resolution and 90Hz refresh rate. Good and sharp colors are seen with the display. There is no problem in using the phone even in sunlight. The touch and scrolling of the display is smooth. There is also support for Always On Display and HDR with the display. Google Pixel 7 has the support of Google’s Tensor G2 processor and Titan M2 processor for security. The phone comes with Android 13, it gets up to 128 GB of storage with 8 GB of RAM. An in-display fingerprint sensor has also been provided for security with the phone, which works well.
Google Pixel 7 Review: Camera
Dual camera setup is available in Google Pixel 7, in which a primary camera of 50 megapixels is available and its aperture is f / 1.9. Autofocus, Optical Image Stabilization (OIS) and Cinematic Blur are supported with the camera. You can see some camera samples below. The second lens in the phone is 12 megapixels ultra wide angle, which comes with f / 2.2 aperture. At the same time, a 10.8-megapixel selfie camera has been given in the phone, which comes with f / 2.2 aperture. Photo Unblur facility is also available with the camera. Up to 8x optical zoom support is available with the camera. With Google Pixel 7, 4K video can be recorded at 60FPS.
Good quality photos come with the phone’s camera and its image processing has also improved. The primary camera captures good and detailed photos. Our video recording experience with the primary camera was also good. Good stabilization is seen in the video. Google has done a good job in this matter.
At the same time, the ultra-wide sensor also takes out a photo with good details like the primary sensor and the colors in the photo are also well balanced. However, autofocus is not supported with the ultra-wide sensor, due to which the photo is sometimes blurred. The macro camera sensor is also missing with the phone.
Video stabilization is good with the selfie camera, but in terms of photos, it is not as fun as with the front camera. The detail is good in the photo, but there is a slight lack of light. In low-light, such good detailed photos do not come with the front camera. However, the front camera sensor captures decent colors and sharp images in daylight. Overall, the camera performance of the phone is good and its video stabilization is also good. If seen, Google pixel 7 has come true in every case.