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More Details on Google Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro

During their live showcase today, Google offered up more information on the upcoming Google Pixel 7 and Google Pixel 7 Pro. The new phone shave a slick new look, and are powered by the next-gen Google Tensor processor and will be running Android 13. The phones look sleek, and Google is saying all the right things, but what else can we glean from today’s presentation?

The phones will be coming in three different colours – obsidian, hazel, and snow. This will be available on both the Pixel 7 and the Pixel 7 Pro. The camera bump – back from the last iteration – is nicely offset with a different colour which highlights the phone beautifully. Asthetically, this is a beautiful piece of hardware. But what’s under the hood of this phone, and how is it setting itself apart from the competition?

Google has promised to make your phone personally intelligent, and that began with the Pixel 6 lineup. With that release, Google gave users power to make blurry photos, clear. It could also translate languages using the camera, and reducing background noise when making calls. The AI even worked to deal with those annoying robo calls that drive us all insane. And it’s all powered by the Tensor processor.

Google I/O 2022 products: Pixel 7, Pixel 6a, Pixel Buds Pro, and Pixel Watch

After the fast selling Pixel generation Рthe Pixel 6 and 6a РGoogle is looking to push forward and deliver more with the Pixel 7.  Google Tensor G2 is promising to do more than the original Tensor chip. The new GPU will keep up with advancements Google is making with the Pixel 7.

Google said that despite no price increase over the Pixel 6, the 7 will have new and updated features. Unblurring a photo should be faster, and the companies  Night Sight mode should be better than before. Add in new features that help the visually impaired take selfies, and you have some pretty important improvements at no additional cost over the 6.

The front facing selfie camera has received an improvement, with a resolution increase to 10.8 megapixels, up from 8 on the Pixel 6.

All of this great technology, however, is also being transitioned to a brand new Google product – an all-in-one Google tablet – that will work seamlessly in the Google lineup of products. And this product, and ALL of the products shown off during the show today, were made with 100% recycled products, something Google has been leading the industry on for years.

 

Preorders for the Pixel 7 are available now.

 

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