Posted By James Lin Nov 28 2022
The Pixel 7 Pro appears to be remarkably identical to the Pixel 6 Pro at first glance, with all of its upgrades being seen in the phone's finer elements.
The amount that the glass bends around the device has been lessened on the Pixel 7 Pro. As a result, the phone is a little more comfortable to hold in your hand than the previous model.
Face unlock, a long-rumored feature that was absent from the Pixel 7 before it, is now available.
The Pixel 7 Pro may not be as thrilling as its own predecessor, but it's packed with little tweaks that make for a better overall experience.
The 5,000 mAh battery in the Pixel 7 Pro should, in theory, enable it to operate for a long time. The battery life of the Pixel 6 Pro, though, left me, at best, unimpressed despite having the same size power pack.
The Pixel 7 Pro has a triple camera system on the back. The 50MP primary sensor handles the most of the work, and it delivers the results I had hoped for. At a superwide angle, the 12MP ultrawide sensor excels at capturing detail.
Two features that we've seen on iPhones this year are new to the Pixel 7 Pro. The Google equivalent of the iPhone 13's Cinematic mode is called Cinematic Blur.
Another notable feature of the Pixel 7 Pro is Tensor G2. Tensor G2, the most recent iteration of Google's in-house chipset ambitions, contains some significant improvements over Tensor G1.
The screens of the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro haven't altered much. The Pixel 7's 6.3-inch OLED is a tiny bit smaller than the Pixel 6's 6.4-inch OLED.
With the Pixel 7 Pro, I believe Google has fully achieved its goal for smartphones. From the design to the Tensor G2 and the cameras, this item is superb.