Google Pixel 7 5G 12GB RAM 256GB
Display and Camera
Google Pixel 7 5G`s 6.3 inches AMOLED type front screen gets protected with a Corning Gorilla Glass Victus layer and has a screen to body (claimed) ratio of 83.4%. This particular device also gets an HD+ screen resolution of 1080 x 2400 pixels teamed with an aspect ratio of 20:9 and a pixel density of 418ppi. Finally, its refresh rate stands at 90Hz.
There is a 50MP f/1.9 Wide Angle Primary Camera on the rear side accompanied by a 12MP f/2.2 Ultra Wide Angle Camera and a Dual LED flash on the rear side of the smartphone. On the front, Google Pixel 7 5G flaunts an 8MP f/2 Selfie Shooter as well.
Configuration and Battery
Google Pixel 7 5G gets a 64-bit Octa-Core Cortex X1, Cortex A55, and Cortex A76 layout accompanied by an 8GB RAM and a Mali-G78 MP20 GPU. Also, we can spot the Google Tensor G2 chipset within, taking care of the differential multitasking needs. The Google Pixel 7 supports wireless charging, as well as proprietary fast charging.
A 4700mAh Li-Polymer type battery is installed within, compatible with a 33W Fast Charging system. It is also non-removable by nature.
Storage and Connectivity
Google Pixel 7 5G packs restricted internal storage of 128GB. Connectivity-wise it is compatible with 4G VoLTE networks, facilitating seamless communication on a daily basis. Also, there is NFC, 5G, WiFi, A-GPS Glonass, Mobile Hotspot and USB Type-C available within.
A longer, variable zoom
For the Pixel 7 (or at least the Pixel 7 Pro), we want to see the zoom extended to 10x, like on the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra. But we don’t want just 10x zoom – we want it also to optically zoom to 2x or 3x, or ideally to even be able to optically zoom at every level up to 10x, so you have ultimate zooming flexibility.