Today, we are going to be reviewing the Google Pixel 7. We have not laid our hands on the phone yet. But from what we can gather and the info from friends, we bring you the review. The price of Google’s Pixel 7 phone remains, but it adds a new Tensor G2 processor that drives a number of new photographic and calling functions. The newly released phone, which was announced a few weeks back, boasts an upgraded design, a better camera with zoom, face unlock, and additional capabilities to enhance phone calls. Preorders for the Pixel 7 are being accepted as of right now.

Google Pixel 7 Full Specifications

 Pixel 7 Display

There aren’t many differences between the displays on the Pixel 6 and Pixel 7, so we prefer them both for the same reasons. The panel is still beautiful, brilliant, and lively. The majority of consumers will adore the 90Hz refresh rate’s fluidity and smoothness. This device does a much better job of implementing the always-on display. You won’t experience any issues with this screen whether you’re gaming, or scrolling through your social media pages. In general view, the display of the Pixel 7 is one of the best currently.

 Pixel 7 Design

The Pixel 6 and Pixel 7 may not appear to differ significantly from the exterior. With an edge-to-edge “camera bar” on the back, both phones offer a distinct aesthetic identity. This now has a matte aluminum texture on the updated model. Although we are aware that this design has its critics and that it won’t lie flat on the desk without a case, it has a slick and sophisticated appearance.
To be honest, a case is absolutely necessary for this situation given how easily the phone’s back glass might break. If you don’t hold the 6 and 7 side by side, certain differences are nearly unnoticeable. With a 6.3-inch display, the Pixel 7 is slightly smaller and lighter than the Pixel 6. The color palette is appealing to most. Its colors include White, Black, Lemongreen, and others.

Pixel 7 Camera Review

It’s safe to assume that if you’re considering purchasing a Pixel smartphone, you care a lot about how well it takes pictures. We frequently take pictures with our smartphones as well. But the good news is that there is another excellent Google camera controlled by software. The Pixel’s hardware features a 50MP main camera and a 12MP ultra-wide camera in the same configuration. The primary camera in our opinion will be used often because of its great results. However, there is also a telephoto setting that makes use of the large sensor’s center. All of the rear cameras produced great photos that according to users.

The front-facing camera’s increased quality is the primary genuine hardware update. Selfie enthusiasts will love this. Additionally, Google enhanced the “Face Unblur” function it had added to the camera last year by introducing a general “Photo Unblur” function that could fix blurry photos taken with any camera. The new chip in the Pixel 7 powers this editing sorcery, making it one of those things you can’t use without purchasing the new phone. The way the unblur feature could revive memories may make it worth the cost of the upgrade

Pixel 7 Battery Life And Charging

Let’s clear this up right away: The Pixel 7’s battery capacity is lower than that of the Pixel 6’s at 4,355mAh as opposed to 4614mAh. Given that the new phone is smaller in all dimensions and that the battery is merely the component that takes up the majority of the volume, it makes sense. The battery life continues to make me very happy. The somewhat smaller display may have also contributed to Google’s ability to make the Tensor G2 more efficient than the first-generation semiconductor.
You may count on 30W electricity for recharging, but you’ll need to provide your own charger for this since one isn’t included in the box. Additionally, it enables 20W wireless charging, which may be useful if you want to recharge your phone using a stand or a mat rather than dealing with the cumbersome cable process.

Key Specifications

  • Screen size: 6.3-inch OLED (2400 x 1080)
  • Size: 6.1 x 2.9 x 0.3 inches
  • Refresh rate: 90Hz
  • CPU: Tensor G2
  • RAM: 8GB
  • Storage: 128GB, 256GB
  • Rear cameras: 50MP (f/1.85) main; 12MP (f/2.2) ultrawide
  • Front camera: 10.8MP (f/2.2)
  • Battery size: 4,355 mAh
  • Colors: Obsidian, Snow, Lemongrass
  • Starting price: $599


That’s all we could gather on the Google Pixel 7. We would be updating you on the Google Pixel 7 Pro in a few days’ time. In general, the Pixel 7 is one of the best Android phones of the year. However, some might not like it because of its battery life. Let us hear your view on the Pixel 7.