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Meet the Successor of the Google Pixel 7 and 7 Pro: Google Pixel 8

Image courtesy: Maurizio Pesce from Milan, Italia - Flickr

Google Pixel 7 and 7 Pro

Google Pixel 7 took the world by storm as soon as it was released towards the end of 2022. Even though we are only a few months into its release, following the critical reception Pixel 7 received, people already have made big plans for Pixel 8. We will talk briefly about Pixel 7 and 7 Pro, and touch on some of the rumoured specs for the Pixel 8.

Image courtesy: Maurizio Pesce from Milan, Italia – Flickr

Google Pixel 7

As compared to other models released by Google under the Pixel flagship, Pixel 7 might just be the best one yet! Powered by the newest Tensor G2, an upgrade from the previous model.

When it comes to the camera quality – Pixel 7 boasts a 50 MP main unit and a 12 MP front camera with a 123-degree ultrawide capture. When it comes to the display, it features people’s favourite AMOLED with a resolution of 2400×1080 and a refresh rate of 90 Hz

Google Pixel 7 Performance

On a multicore test, G2 was deemed to perform 16% better than its predecessor. Which makes Pixel 7 more powerful than the 6. Not just in terms of processor, Pixel 7 also performed exceedingly well in terms of Battery life. On a test run for comparison, Pixel 7 lasted 4 additional hours than 6, while also having a possibility of going up to 72 hours without charge with its “Extreme Battery Saver” option.

How does Google Pixel 7 fare against its competitors?

Google has definitely earned an upper hand with a reasonable pricing option. It’ll cost you £849 for an iPhone 14, while Pixel 7 only goes for £699(256 GB) – £150 difference, which is not small. There is the Pixel 7 Pro that goes for the same rate as the iPhone 14 but comes with more perks. Additionally, iPhone 14 used the same processor: the A15 Bionic chipset, as that of the previous model – while Google has gone with Tensor G2.

Image courtesy: Dinkun Chen and Apple Inc.

Although the G2 is definitely an upgrade from the previous generation, it doesn’t stand on par with the A15 Bionic chipset of Apple. Despite being released one year before G2, A15 outperformed the former in both single-core and multi-core testing. G2, however, is on par with Samsung S22’s Exynos 2200. Not just performance, but Pixel 7 and G2 have better battery backup compared to Samsung(but, still behind iPhone 14).

Google Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro

Google has already announced its annual conference – I/O 2023 on May 10, 2023. The internet giant is most likely to give a glimpse at Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro. The buildup to this event was rather uneventful, as leakers have already rumoured some of the specs. Here are some things we know of:

Image courtesy: Maurizio Pesce from Milan, Italia

1. Design – expected to have rounded corners, which would mean Google migrating from the box-type design for its previous Pixel models.
2. Processor – Tensor G3
3. Camera – triple rear camera with promising anti-blur features.
4. Display – 6.7 in display

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