The Google Pixel 7 Pro runs on Android 13 and it is powered by the Tensor G2 chipset found on the Vanilla Pixel 7 model, paired with 12GB of RAM. The smartphone features a 6.7-inch Quad-HD LTPO OLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate.
For optics, the Pixel 7 Pro features a 50MP primary sensor, and a 12MP secondary sensor with an ultra-wide angle lens. It also comes with a 48MP telephoto lens with support for 30x Super Resolution Zoom and 5x optical zoom.
It is equipped with a 10.8MP selfie camera. According to Google, the Pixel 7 Pro would feature a new Macro Focus feature which allows users to take close-up photos of objects.
The all new Pixel 7 Pro- features up to 256GB of inbuilt storage. For connectivity options, it comes with 5G, 4G LTE, Wi-Fi 6E, Bluetooth 5.2, GPS, NFC and a USB Type-C port.
Sensors on board include an ambient light, accelerometer, barometer, gyroscope, magnetometer, and a proximity sensor, along with an in-display fingerprint sensor and face unlock support for biometric authentication.
The Pixel 7 Pro also offers fast wired charging along with wireless charging support. The company says that the handset can offer up to 72 hours of battery life with the Extreme Battery Saver mode enabled, which only allows specific apps and important services to run on the phone to conserve battery life.
As far as Google Pixel 7's camera is concerned, it will have 50MP primary+12MP ultrawide rear camera. The camera will support 'Cinematic Blur' in videos and 10-bit HDR video.
Google has launched its new smartphones Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro and pre-orders for the devices have also commenced. Given that the Google Pixel 7 is priced at Rs 59,999 and the Pixel 7 Pro is priced at Rs 84,999 and can easily be termed as flagship devices from the tech giant.