Google Pixel 7

Google Pixel 7
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While the specs and hardware haven’t changed a ton since last year’s device, the new Pixel 7 offers even better software, a Tensor G2 chip and the same great pricing. Battery life is very good, lasting almost 18 hours on our video rundown test. The Pixel 7 also feels better than its more expensive sibling thanks to its matte finish. And with a slightly smaller 6.3-inch display, the Pixel 7 is an even better choice for compact phone fans than before. The one downside is that the base model doesn’t support mmWave 5G. But with a starting price of just $599, that’s not a big deal, as the standard Pixel 7 offers a ton of value compared to other flagship phones.

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The combination of refreshed designs, improved software and great pricing make for some excellent handsets.
Sam Rutherford
Sam RutherfordOctober 12, 2022

Pros

  • Refreshed design
  • Great battery life
  • Improved software features
  • 90Hz display

Cons

  • General performance largely unchanged
  • base model doesn’t support mmWave 5G
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