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Google Pixel 7: Recent phone launched as company reveals latest features, battery life and more

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Google has officially unveiled the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro, its latest flagship smartphones.

The important thing feature of those devices is the brand new Tensor G2 chip, a greater iteration of the chip that launched within the Pixel 6 Pro and offered latest AI-powered features like Magic Eraser, for removing people from the background of photos, in addition to on-device language processing and transcribing.

The Pixel 7 has a 6.3-inch 1080p screen, and a 90Hz refresh rate, while the 7 Pro has a 6.7-inch 1440p display with as much as a 120Hz refresh rate. In line with Google, each displays are as much as 25 percent brighter than the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro when in peak brightness mode.

Buyers will get 8GB of RAM within the Pixel 7 and 12GB of RAM within the Pixel 7 Pro, and while battery life stays the identical Google has said that Extreme Battery Saver mode has been expanded from 48 hours to 72 hours.

The 7 and seven Pro use the 50-megapixel camera from the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro, with the predominant difference between them being that the 7 Pro has a telephoto lens with a 10x zoom, in addition to a 12-megapixel ultrawide in a newly designed camera bar.

The Tensor G2 chip introduces a Cinematic Blur video mode, which adds portrait-mode effects to video, in addition to improving the speed of low-light photography in its Night Sight mode.

The chip also brings a Face Unblur tool, in addition to ‘Photo Unblur’ which uses machine learning to remove any blur from a moving object or a camera shake – all done via on-board processing. Google has now introduced a face-unlock feature to the Pixel range as well, slightly than relying totally on the under-the-screen fingerprint sensor.

Lots of these upgrades are small, iterative ones from the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro, and benchmarking tests indicate that newer Android phones reminiscent of the Samsung Galaxy S23 that may launch in January or February 2023 may very well be a detailed competitor when it comes to processing power.

Nevertheless, Google has pushed Pixel-only features on Android for a while now, and buyers might find that – combined with the Pixel’s camera quality – could be enough to maintain existing users and attract latest ones.

Google says that it has sold just shy of 30 million phones since 2016, which is significantly lower than Apple or Samsung, but has developed a cult following amongst fans within the US that would act as insurance if Samsung moves away from its software.

The Pixel 7 and seven Pro start from £599 and £849, respectively, in black, white, and green with pre-orders available now.

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