Google has brought its flagship Pixel phones to India. The Pixel 7 and the Pixel 7 Pro are available at credible prices and for anyone looking to get a top Android phone, or a phone with the best camera, the Pixel 7 and the Pixel 7 Pro are fabulous options.
Pixel 7 and the Pixel 7 Pro Price
The Pixel 7 and the Pixel 7 Pro are now for sale in India. Pixel 7 retails for Rs 59,999 and Pixel 7 Pro at Rs 84,999. But there are bank offers available and they reduce the prices that most consumers will pay less by up to Rs 7000. And if you are exchanging an old phone, there is an additional discount.
At their respective price points, the Pixel 7 and the Pixel 7 Pro are the best phones one can buy in India. Or in other words, for Android fans, and particularly the fans who were yearning for top Pixels in India, Diwali came a couple of weeks early in the shape of a next-level smartphone.
Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro Camera review
Pixels rule the camera space when it comes to phones. And the Pixel 7 and the Pixel 7 Pro are no different. Compared to the Pixel 7 Pro, the Pixel 7 lacks the 5X optical zoom camera. And it doesn’t come with Macro mode, which on the Pixel 7 Pro kicks in automatically when you get too close to what you are shooting. Apart from that, both are similar and excellent.
Pixel 7 and the Pixel 7 Pro come with a 50-megapixel main rear camera. It clicks fantastic photos in all lighting conditions. The images have the typical pixel looks, which means: tons and tons of details, slightly underexposed to preserve details, great and deep colors, good dynamic range, and brilliant low light performance.
The 5X optical zoom camera on the Pixel 7 Pro offers good results for a camera of this type. Zoom is difficult to get right, but Google has done it. The wide-angle lens camera is quite good the Macro mode in the Pixel 7 Pro is fun. The new 10-megapixel selfie camera is excellent in ample light but only okay in low light. In low-light shots, smoothening is visible and details do not meet the high standard set by Pixel’s rear cameras. Pixel 7 and the Pixel 7 Pro have the best cameras in phones available right now, although the difference between it and others most notably the iPhone 14 Pro and the Galaxy S22 Ultra isn’t that big.
Distinct Design And Feature Rich
The Pixel 7 Pro is shiny, like steel, whereas the metal frame of the Pixel 7 uses brushed aluminum in a matte finish. The overall design effect is rather bold and likable. When compared with many other Android phones, Google has kept it pretty simple. The Pixel 7 is available with 8GB RAM and 128GB storage while The Pixel 7 Pro is the same but with 12GB RAM.
Both new Pixels come with fingerprint sensors embedded under their display, as well as the face unlock. The issues of the iffy fingerprint scanner in previous Pixels seem to have been resolved. The sensor in the Pixel 7 and the 7 Pro is superfast, unlocking the phone quickly and without fuss.
The Pixel 7 phones come with an IP68 rating, which makes them good enough for use in occasional rain or near a pool. Snow (white), Obsidian (black) are the two common colors. In addition, the Pixel 7 comes in Lemongrass (pale green-yellow), whereas the Pixel 7 Pro is offered in Hazel (sort of grey). Pixel 7 and the Pixel 7 Pro Google has managed to bring some of the best displays of all time. And that surely counts for something!
Battery Life And Performance
The Pixel 7 comes with a 4355mAh battery. The Pixel 7 Pro has a 5000Mah battery, promising great hours without blinking about it running down. Like other high-end phones, the Pixel 7 and the Pixel 7 Pro do not come with a charger.
But overall, even at their respective MRPs the Pixel 7 and the Pixel 7 Pro are excellent choices. Even in the areas of display and design, where previous Pixels would seem ordinary, the new Pixel 7 and the 7 Pro excel. So, if a high-end Pixel has been on your mind, or if you just want to get the best Android phone, go ahead, and get the Pixel 7 or the Pixel 7 Pro. Although, that 128GB storage is the only variant available in India could be an issue for some.
Source: indiatoday.in, and mashable.com