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Google Officially Unveils Pixel 7, Pixel 7 Pro With Improved Camera, 30W Quick Charging

Google Officially Unveils Pixel 7, Pixel 7 Pro With Improved


Google has officially announced the release of Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro with 30W quick charging and Pixel's compelling features like automated Call screening and Pixel recorder at its fall hardware event.

With the same prices as last year's versions and a second-generation Tensor chipset, Google's Pixel 7 Pro improves the Pixel experience, increases stability, and ups the photography prowess to new heights with picture fusion and 4K60fps video on all cameras.

The $599 Pixel 7 and $899 Pixel 7 Pro rely on Tensor G2 to enhance already-existing functions and add a few brand-new ones to the mix.

This is primarily a narrative about software, with a few hardware updates and changes here and there.

The industrial and technical designs of the Pixel 6 series are largely maintained by the Pixel 7 and 7 Pro.

The panels are around the same size and are constructed with nearly the same specifications as last year — 90Hz refresh for the Pixel 7 and 120Hz with adaptivity down to 10Hz for the Pro — with the added benefit of what is reportedly a 25% increase in maximum brightness this time around.

Fully recyclable aluminium was used to make the chassis, and Google decided to employ the metal for the "Geordi" camera visor rather than black-backed glass.

The camera sensors from the Pixel 6 have been carried over to the Pixel 7, and the Pros feature essentially the same setup.

Not quite, since the shared 10.8MP ultrawide camera on the 6 and 6 Pro has a bigger sensor and replaces the outdated, separate front-facing cameras on the 6 and 6 Pro.

As a result, selfies taken in dim lighting should stand out a little more.

Additionally, the back ultrawide unit of the Pixel 7 Pro has an advantage over the Pixel 7's thanks to autofocus, macro capabilities, and a lens that can capture a 21% wider field of view.


Google has extended the top end of the range from 7x on the Pixel 6 to 8x on the Pixel 7, indicating a greater level of confidence in its Tensor-powered hybrid zoom imaging this year.

The 48MP telephoto camera in the Pixel 7 Pro is a special feature that works in tandem with the primary sensor to improve photographs by up to 5x, compared to the Pixel 6 Pro's maximum magnification of 2x.

Additionally, the Super Res Zoom on the Pro is increased from 20x to 30x.

The Pixel 7 smartphones' cameras are expected to capture video in 4K at 60 frames per second with the addition of 10-bit HDR capture.

Additionally, a new Cinematic Blur 24fps shooting option is available that uses a short depth of field to prioritise depth data in subject tracking.

Users of Google Message now have access to a feature that Google Meet (formerly Duo) has had for some time: transcription of voice communications.

Clear Calling, a function that will be available later this year, will lessen background noise in relation to the speaker who is currently speaking.

For the first time, Google is extending its security update policy to continue for at least five years, matching Samsung's treatment of its top smartphones at least in that regard.


However, no assurances regarding the number of OS updates the phones will receive were made as of the time of press.

Although it's not free Google Photos, complimentary VPN protection with Google One will be offered with the purchase and last during device ownership.

The Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro each have their own colour options, Lemongrass and Slate, in addition to the standard Snow and Obsidian options.

This Pixel pricing freeze undoubtedly feels like we're getting something more — without being pinch-hit for additional — as the global economy navigates what many perceive to be a recessionary situation.

More crucially, Google appears to have taken care to give the Pro more of a camera advantage over the 7, unlike the 6 Pro and 6 and 7.

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