Google Pixel 7



Google Pixel 7 is very similar to the 7 Pro model in many aspects. It also runs on Android 13 out of the box and, is expected to receive Android updates for three years till 2025 (Android 16). Along with that, there are also five years of security update till October 2027. Relating to the Pixel 7 Pro, this one lacks a telephoto camera lens on the back. The display is a Full HD+ one compared to the QHD+ of the Pro model. It also has a more compact 6.3-inch screen. The battery size is also smaller. Aside from the above-mentioned factors, both phones are very much comparable to all of their other aspects.

So, the question is why should you buy this device? The first reason is definitely its Google Pixel rear camera. It can capture consistently fine images in all kinds of environments and lighting conditions. It’s basically a camera king for the budget. The selfie camera is satisfactory, but we expected better details from it. The next reason is the Google software. They are the developers of the Android OS, so you are getting the best of Android experience here. You can comfortably use this gadget till the end of the year 2027. Another interesting fact is its design and solid build. It has a bit of a spacy feel to it. Both sides are protected by strong Gorilla Glass Victus and IP68 water resistance is also there. This is a very fine deal for the price.

The screen quality is also very pleasing. It’s also very comfortable to hold in the hand because of the slightly smaller screen size. Google Tensor G2 chipset is great to process the camera module, however, it’s not a good gaming chipset. So, we do not recommend this if you are a hardcore gamer. You may feel a bit of a heating issue as well if you plan to have long gaming sessions. Having said that, you can still play top-level games smoothly enough, but it’s not for rough usage. Battery and charging are good enough. We got a fast UFS 3.1 storagedual stereo speakers, in-display fingerprint sensor and so on.