The latest generation of Google Pixel devices has been introduced, offering a further thought-out, still unique design, expectedly reliable multimedia performance and more serious computing capacity, especially in image processing. The new Tensor G2 set is made on Samsung’s 4 nanometer node, keeping the structure of the previous generation, but operating with slightly higher clock signals. The tile is two It includes Cortex-X1, two A76 and four A55 cores, which the Titan 2 security co-processordrink out
More serious developments a Mali-G710 MC10 is characterized by a graphics processing unit, which is an improvement in both performance and energy efficiency compared to the previously used Mali-Compared to G78 MP20 GPU. The new set processes processes based on machine learning 60% faster and with 20% lower energy consumption, which also benefits Google’s camera software, for example the Photo Unblur function introduced with the Pixel 7 series, which is assisted by artificial intelligenceit can improve recordings made with older, less advanced devices by reducing noise and blurring.
In the case of the Pixel 7 Pro, the chipset is accompanied by 12 GB of LPDDR5 system memory and optionally 128, 256 or 512 GB of UFS 3.1 standard internal storage, while the Pixel 7 is available in 8/128 or 8/256 GB versions. Both devices are entitled to at least (!) five years of software support in terms of security updates and three major Android versions.
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The Pixel 7 continues to work with two cameras on the back. The 50-megapixel main camera, optically stabilized, supported by laser autofocus (1/1.31”, 1.2µm natarc pixel size; quad-Bayer) is the same as the Pro’s main camera, while the accompanying sensor is a field 12-megapixel ultra-wide (114˚) viewing angle unit, while the Pro received a 48-megapixel winter camera with five times optical zoom, optical image stabilization, and a 12-megapixel, 126-degree ultra-wide viewing angle unit with autofocus, which makes it suitable for macro photography. Based on the higher native resolution of the main camera, the Pixel 7 uses the more advanced image processing unit of Tensor 2, the improved Made with Super Res Zoom technologyít.
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With the main camera, both devices can record in up to 4K 60 fps quality, the option is 10-bit HDR recording, speech enhancement even at the highest resolution and frame rate, and Snapchat and TikTok also support the sharing of recordings made with Pixel devices in higher quality. The selfie camera is also shared, a 10.8 megapixel fixed-focus unit with a 92.8-degree viewing angle is inserted into the display of both models.
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The smaller (155.6 x 73.2 x 8.7 mm) Pixel 6.3-inch FHD+ resolution, sit works with a flat AMOLED panel with a 90 Hz refresh rate, while the Pixel 7 Pro (162.9 x 76.6 x 8.9 mm) can display QHD+ resolution and a dynamic 10-120 Hz refresh rate on 6.7 inches, LTPO With OLED technology, with slightly curved edges. Both panels are protected by Gorilla Glass Victus and have HDR10 support.
Wireless fast charging (20W and 23W) and wireless charging sharing are options for both models, and fast charging is uniformly 30 watts, which is interestingly 50% even with the 4355 mAh battery of the Pixel 7 and the 5000 mAh battery of the Pixel 7 Pro provides charging in 30 minutes. The USB-PD 3.1 standard charging head must be purchased separately for both models.
The data communication capabilities are complete, in addition to the 5G data connection, there is WiFi 6E, dual SIM support in a physical nanoSIM and eSIM combination; there is NFC, Bluetooth 5.2 with aptX HD and spatial audio support, and the second-generation Type-C port is 3.2 standard. The device housings have IP68 protection, stereo sound is provided, the sensor equipment is complemented by a barometer and compass, but there is still no jack.
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The Pixel 7 and 7 Pro are now available for pre-order, the former comes with Pixel Buds Pro and the latter with the Pixel Watch LTE version as a gift, sales start next week (October 13). The Pixel 7 with an 8/128 GB memory package starts at 650 euros, and the version with 256 GB of storage costs 750 euros. This means approximately HUF 275 and 317 thousand. The basic version of the 7 Pro is already 900 euros (380,000 forints), which can be upgraded to 1,000 euros (423,000 local money) if you need twice as much storage space. The 512 GB version cannot be pre-ordered yet and the price is not known.