The Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro, the most recent iterations of Google’s Pixel smartphone, was just unveiled. Both variants have upgraded cameras, the latest Google Tensor G2 processor, and a 24-hour battery life in addition to coming pre-installed with Android 13.
The 8-gigabyte Pixel 7 boasts a 6.3-inch Gorilla Glass Victus display that is 25% brighter than before, is 155.6 mm in height by 73.2 mm broad, and is 8.7 mm thick. According to Google, the phone is actually more compact than the previous Pixel 6. With a 6.7-inch display and dimensions of 162.9 mm high by 76.6 mm broad by 8.9 mm thick, the 12-gigabyte Pixel 7 Pro is larger. The frames of both variants are made of polished metal.
It is stated that the Google Tensor G2 offers enhancements to “virtually every important subsystem in the chip.” One of the features it enables is an enhancement to the current Direct My Call functionality, which allows consumers to choose from various onscreen menu selections when they contact an organization’s automated answering system (instead of having to wait and listen to a spoken menu).
In addition to allowing users to search for emojis using their voice, an Assist voice typing tool automatically offers emojis that are pertinent to a text message’s content (i.e: “winky emoji”). Additionally, users of the G2 can view voicemails as text instead of listening to them thanks to the speech recognition capabilities in the device.
Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro (seen in the image)
Both the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro have a 50MP/4K rear camera.
Next-generation Super Rez Zoom, which can zoom up to 8x on the Pixel 7 and 30x on the Pixel 7 Pro, is one of Google’s camera improvements. It is asserted that the image quality (when digitally zoomed in) is comparable to those captured with a specialized optical zoom lens. With a Macro Focus feature that gives HDR+ photo quality from as near as 3 cm (1.2 in) from the subject, users of the 7 Pro have the opportunity to get up close.
The Photo Unblur tool, which is based on machine learning, can sharpen up fuzzy photos on both phones, even older ones. Additionally, there is a Guided Frame feature that assists blind or low-vision people in lining up in the frame for selfies by guiding them audibly and physically. A Cinematic Blur option additionally provides films with a movie-like appearance with a shallow depth of field.
The Google Store website now accepts preorders for the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro, which have price tags of US$599 and $899, respectively. Users may choose from the colors Snow, Obsidian, and Lemongrass (white, gray, and yellow). By October 13th, retailers ought to have them.