Google Pixel 7 Review - Only 1 Problem

Written by Rahul Makwana


Pixel 7 price in India starts from Rs 59,999 for 6GB RAM + 128GB storage in India.

It comes with 50MP primary, 12MP Ultra-Wide while there is a 10.8MP selfie shooter on the front

Now, I won’t talk much about, the dynamic range, the camera angles, and so on. Here, let’s talk about the practicalities…

I don’t have to tell you about the accuracy of the colors, you will get the natural colors, and you won’t get those OPPO, Vivo, and RealMe’s beauty modes. It will take the images as you’re, and it won’t add too much white color at all.

The front camera is solid too, you will get natural selfies, and the sensor size is only 10.8MP still, because of the software, you will get the best selfies.

Videos have been a weak part of Google for years but with the Pixel 7 series, Google has improved the video quality, it won’t give you iPhone Videos but for the 60k price tag, one should not complain about it.

Still, I feel, it can be improved a little bit.

Concluding everything from price to features, hands down, the Pixel 7 has the best cameras under Rs 60000 in India, you won’t get better cameras than this, it’s a bold claim but it’s true.

The phone comes with a 6.30-inches 90Hz AMOLED display with a resolution of 2400 x 1080 pixels and 1400 nits brightness.

Again, 90Hz at 60k is not justifiable at all.

Now, the display quality is great, the colors are vibrant and it’s good quality AMOLED panel that goes up to 1400 nits.

The Pixel 7 is priced at Rs 59999 which is a good price, it’s not overpriced at all but at the same time, it has extra bottom bezels which don’t look good at all.


The only problem is its design, other than that, it’s a solid display for a 60k price tag.

The new G2 chip is made by Samsung, so don’t expect the performance to be like Snapdragon 8+ gen 1 but it will be good enough for day-to-day usage and a bit of gaming.

By the way, yes Pixel 7 has 5G support and it has whopping 22 5G bands which include n1, n2, n3, n5, n7, n8, n12, n14, n20, n25, n28, n30, n38, n40, n41, n48, n66, n71, n75, n76, n77, and n78

With the new Google Tenser G2, Google has implemented some AI features with the stock camera app that can shoot cinematic video and much more which you won’t find in any other Android smartphone very soon.

In short, this is not made for heavy games, it’s good for using social media, watching movies, or even playing games here and there. So don’t buy this device to play games, you will be disappointed, bit time.

The Pixel 7 runs on Android 13 and it will get 3 years of OS Updates and 5 years of security updates.

In conclusion, Google Tenser G2 is a decent processor for normal users, it’s not made for power-hungry users.

No, 3.5mm Audio jack but it does have stereo speakers. The quality of the speakers is great, the bass is there and even they sound clear too.

The phone has three microphones, and Google has also improved the call quality with the help of software. So yes, if you take tons of calls every day then Pixel 7 would be the good smartphone to consider.

The Pixel 7 comes with a 4,355mAh battery with 30W wired and 20W wireless charging support

And no, the charger is not supplied in the box, you have to buy it separately or use whatever you have at home.

I know, the battery size is kind of small but still, it will give you a day’s battery life but if you’re a very heavy user then you will have to charge the Pixel 7 at around 4 to 6 PM.

Pixel 7 is for everyone except gamers, you’ll get the best cameras, build quality, good battery life, solid pixel experience, and most importantly, it’s not pricey when we compared it with its competition.

In short, if you’re a heavy gamer and wanted to buy a new smartphone to play heavy games for hours then simply stay away from Pixel 7.

Still, confused, do read my in-depth review of Pixel 7 by tapping down below.

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