Google launched the Google Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro four years after the 2018 Pixel 3 and Pixel 3XL. After waiting for so long, it finally decided to offer it again for Indian consumers. Especially now, when Indian consumers have access to a variety of devices from various brands in these price segments, I got to spend some time with the Google Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro.
The Google Pixel 7 Pro is priced at Rs. 84,999 in India. They are currently being sold only through Flipkart. Pixel 7 comes in three colors: Snow, Obsidian, and a new Lemongrass. Both the Pixel 7 Pro comes in only one storage option, which is 128GB.
Both the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro look similar to the Pixel 6 lineup, and the body-matched aluminium camera bump on each device looks quite noticeable. Every time i wanted to take a picture of these phones, I had to wipe them clean. Fingerprints reveal a lot more about the Obsidian and Hazel colour options. I''d suggest using lighter shades if you''re using them.
The plastic back panels don''t give a superior sense to these devices. Each phone has a distinctive camera bar, and the usual Google logo is prominent in the middle. The Pixel 7 Pro has a 6.3-inch quad-HD+ OLED display with up to a 120-hz refresh rate. Both smartphones are quite thin.
The Pixel 7 is a lot smaller, whereas the Pixel 7 Pro is a lot larger, and sometimes I felt like I was stretching my thumb too much to reach the opposite corner of the screen. Despite their sizes, the Pixel 7 is still thinner, but the Pixel 7 Pro has matte aluminium sides, which are similar to those seen on the Pro iPhone models, although this means that the frame has no other advantage: the volume buttons and the power key on the left, and a USB-Type C port along with the primary speaker and
The Pixel 7 Pro has an additional 5X telephoto camera, and its 12-megapixel ultra-wide camera can detect macros.
Both phones are IP68 water and dust resistant, which is a plus, as not a lot of Indian phones in the price range that Google Pixel 7 is in.
The Pixel 7 has a 50-megapixel wide camera with an f/1.85 aperture, and a 12-megapixel ultra-wide-angle camera with an f/2.2 aperture. Unlike the Pixel 7 Pro, it is also capable of autofocus, which means it can take macro shots. However, the 48-megapixel telephoto camera, which has excellent footage quality, has definitely improved. After testing the Pixel 7 Pro, we''ll see more details later.
The Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro are powered by Google''s Tensor G2 processor, and the Titan M2 security chip. Both phones are quite quick and did not show any signs of lag in the long run. Pixel devices will surely benefit from this feature. Both devices are somewhat advanced, and Google has claimed that its software is protected for three years, as well as Android security updates for five years. These phones are certainly a delight.
Both phones are powered by Google''s Tensor G2 SoC and have a Titan M2 security chip.
Both smartphones have decent battery capacity. The Pixel 7 comes with a 4270mAh battery, and the bigger Pixel 7 Pro comes in a 4926mAh battery. Google claims that both phones can provide the same life as it has ever been hoped. These devices will be reviewed in full detail.
Both the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro are fantastic-looking devices that show off Google''s in-house hardware and software capabilities and have some upgrades in the camera department. Considering that Google is making a comeback in the Indian market after four years with flagship phones, it''ll be interesting how consumers react to these phones very soon. We''ll be testing both phones to bring you full reviews soon, so stay tuned to Gadgets360 for more updates on these devices.