Pixel 7 Pro Review: Still happy after 1 month of use

Pixel 7 Pro Review: Still happy after 1 month of use
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When Google Pixel 7 Pro when it was first released, I was impressed with the cameras, its updated design and overall smooth performance. I’ve now spent a month using this phone frequently and most of what I initially thought is still true, but some things stand out. I’ll start with the good stuff.

I immediately liked the design and over time it grew even more. It looks very similar to the Pixel 6 Pro, but has been tweaked enough to look fresh. It feels great to hold and the hazel/gold finish of the model I reviewed has a particularly stylish edge to it.

I still don’t like the sharp edge where the metal band meets the display, and I definitely felt it when I had the phone and hand in my pocket. Now it’s no more of a deal breaker than when I first reviewed it, but it’s a frustrating little thing that could easily be fixed before launch. That said, if your phone is in a case, you won’t notice it anyway.

An image showing a close-up of the camera lens on the Pixel 7 Pro.

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Over the past month, I’ve taken a large number of photographs in all conditions, pitting them against their main competitors. Including the iPhone 14 Pro and the Galaxy S22 Ultra. For the most part, it performs very well and is a hybrid zoom, delivering excellent colors and detail Don’t reach the S22 Ultra’s 10x zoom level, I found the 7 Pro’s 5x optical zoom more usable on a day-to-day basis; It’s a phone I want to have in my pocket more often. CNET editor Stephen Shankland even found that it gave pro DSLR runs for its money🇧🇷

Image showing road and trees in autumn leaves.

The Pixel 7 Pro’s camera is capable of capturing beautiful images with accurate exposure and stunning colors.

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A picture showing a view of Edinburgh

Its 5x zoom lens is sharp and provides a great way to find interesting compositions around you.

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night, does not perform as well as its competitionBoth the iPhone and the S22 Ultra deliver brighter, clearer images — though the long exposure mode will add extra pizzazz to your nighttime city shots.

In general use, I enjoyed using the Pixel 7 Pro. It has enough power to make everyday tasks a breeze, and it handles photo editing and gaming without a hitch. The uncluttered nature of Android 13’s interface makes it particularly enjoyable as a daily smartphone driver.

The battery was something I considered. It’s not that its battery life is poor – it’s just not as good as it could be. And I find that in more demanding tasks like gaming or streaming video, it filters out a bit more than I expected. Still, it’s easy to use it for a day, so battery life isn’t an issue here.

Images showing the Pixel 7 Pro on a white and pink background

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Overall, I still think Google has done a great job with the Pixel 7 Pro, and it’s a great option to consider if you’re looking for a truly premium Android experience – especially since it’s a bit more affordable than some of the competition.

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