GOOGLE Pixel 7 review in 10 points
The Pixel 7 shares a very unique design with its elder sibling. Moreover, it is an ergonomic device in this age of boxy phones and one-handed operations are more manageable.
The Pixel 7's 6.3-inch FHD OLED panel refreshes at 90Hz. It can achieve a peak brightness of 1,000 nits outdoors and has a 1,400-nits peak brightness for HDR media.
3. rear camera
The Pixel 7 is backed by a dual camera setup: 50MP Primary and 12MP ultrawide. The main sensor retains details and the image looks true to life.
4. Front Camera
The 10.8MP selfie shooter on the Pixel 7 captures ample details and accurate skin tones. The cherry on top is the portrait selfie mode that creates stunning bokeh.
The Pixel 7 features Google's Tensor G2 SoC. It isn't the fastest chip in the segment. However, it can run games on high settings without throttling performance or overheating.
The device runs Android 13 out of the box and has plenty of Pixel-exclusive features. Also, Android 13 is more polished than Android 12 ever was and it reflects in day-to-day usage.
The 4,355mAh battery was able to provide around 5 hours of SOT on average. However, the battery would run out quickly if gaming for extended periods.
8. Charging speeds
Sadly, the Pixel 7 does not feature any super fast charging tech and tops out at 20W, but it does support wireless charging. It takes up to 1 hour and 40 minutes for the device to charge fully.
9. Pricing & colours
The Pixel 7 is priced at Rs 59,999 for the 8GB RAM and 128GB storage model. It is available in three colours: Obsidian, Snow, and Lemongrass
While expensive, the Pixel 7 offers the best camera in the segment and its solid build quality with the amazing software experience makes it a winner in our books.