- Super Res Zoom uses a new machine learning autofocus algorithm
- Zoom Stabilization lets users capture detailed photos at up to 30x
- Pixel 7 is not equipped with a telephoto camera
What are your thoughts on Google devices? Have you tried out the Pixel 7 series smartphones? What is your opinion regarding their features?
Google Pixel 7 Pro was launched in India and the global market on October 6, 2022, which is also the flagship model of the company that has been receiving good reviews from users and tech experts alike.
Pixel 7 series smartphones have indeed lived up to the expectations of its users who expected its features to be more upgraded and advanced than its predecessors like the Pixel 6 series.
It isn’t easy for a massive tech giant of Google’s stature to more than live up to the expectations of its viewers and come out with a device that is way better than the previous ones, which has its own significance during its launch.
Both Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro were launched at the Made by Google Event on October 6 and were met with a tremendous response from all those who attended the event where many viewers remarked on its unique design and display features.
Keeping up the momentum, Google released the images of Pixel 7 Pro where the camera samples were displayed to the users of the Super Res Zoom feature where the gallery had three images were showcased alongside its features and specifications.
Features & Specifications
Pixel 7 Pro comes with a 6.7 inch Quad-HD LTPO AMOLED display screen with a 120Hz refresh rate that runs on an Android 13 out of the box while it is powered by Tensor G2 SoC, which is a second generation chipset along with an onboard storage of 256GB.
Coming to security features, the handset is also equipped with an in-display fingerprint sensor and face unlock support, which is one of the most important upgrades in any smartphone model.
It is also equipped with a triple rear camera setup, which includes a 50 megapixel main sensor, 12 megapixel ultra-wide angle sensor, and a 48 megapixel telephoto camera while the Pixel 7 vanilla model come with only a 50 megapixel dual rear camera.
The camera’s zoom enhancements were also revealed alongside the images where the Super Res Zoom technology crops the images of the 50 megapixel main camera and upon zooming further, the 5×48 megapixel telephoto camera kicks in with the Super Res Zoom, which is an upgraded version.
There is also a Zoom Stabilization feature that captures images in detail at 15x, 20x, and up to 30x magnification. Finally, Pixel 7 Pro also comes with a USB Type-C port for data transfer and charging whilst also supporting Bluetooth v5.2, Wi-Fi 6E, and NFC.