4 best things about Google’s new Pixel 7 series


Google launched the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro globally and in India. The phones feature a familiar design language with new colors and updated specs. Both phones also come with Android 13 out of the box, along with stereo speakers. Here are some of the best things about the Pixel 7 series.

The Pixel 7 is equipped with the improved Tensor G2 chip

The Google Pixel 7 line features Google’s improved Tensor G2 chip. Although the new chip offers a small performance boost over its predecessor, that’s not what’s really remarkable about the new chips. The chip will feature more powerful machine learning tools that will allow it to translate languages ​​in real time.

The G2 chip will also power the new Super Res Zoom feature and tools like Cinematic Blur and Face Unblur. Google said the chip will drive big advances in speech, photography, video technology and security.

Face and fingerprint unlock

Face unlock was a feature available on the Pixel series up to Pixel 4, but it was discontinued on later models. The feature is making a return on the Pixel 7 and as an added benefit, the fingerprint scanner will continue to remain on the phone. The Google Pixel 6 had numerous issues with the fingerprint sensor which were later fixed with updates, but we still have to wait and see if this will be a problem with the Pixel 7 series.

Feature removals and software updates

It’s no secret that Google’s Pixel phones are the first to receive software updates and the latest versions of Android. Apart from that, Google also offers “Feature Drops”. As part of the program, Google is rolling out new features to the Pixel phone outside of the usual updates to the Android operating system. So if you buy the Pixel 7, you can expect to get some cool new features every three months. Google is also promising 5 years of security updates on the Pixel 7 series.

4k compatible front cameras.

Google’s Pixel phones have always been famous for their photography capabilities, thanks in large part to the company’s excellent image processing algorithms. This time around, though primary and ultra-wide cameras like the Pixel 6 series, its front camera is a new 10.8-megapixel unit capable of recording 4k video at 60fps.


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