The primary camera of the Pixel 7 is capable of recording 10-bit HDR films, timelapse in 4K, astrophotography, and up to 7x digital zoom. Google offers a variety of filters for still images, including photo unblur, magic eraser, top shot, night sight, Live HDR, and portrait light, to name a few. There is 8GB of LPDDR5 RAM inside, and users may choose between storage options with 128GB or 256GB.
This one has a smaller 6.3-inch FHD (1080 x 2400 pixels) screen with a strong peak brightness of 1,400 nits, but the screen refresh rate is still only 90Hz peak, not 120Hz as on the Pro model. With Gorilla glass Victus on the front and back and matte polished metal on the sides, Google’s Pixel 7 is IP68 certified for dust and water resistance.
With the 4,355 mAh battery within the Pixel 7, Google guarantees 24 hours of usage after a full charge. Along with Qi wireless charging, reverse power share, and 30W wired fast charging are also supported. The phone supports mmWave 5G connectivity and is dual-SIM capable. While an in-display fingerprint sensor handles the authentication processes, NFC enables contactless payments. According to Google, the Pixel 7 is available for pre-order now and will be “on shelves next week.”