Camera updates for the Google Pixel 7 Y Google Pixel 7 Pro it could be more substantial than we thought, according to the latest leaks. And at least one of the characteristics exceeds what the iPhone 14 Pro Y iPhone 14 ProMax has to offer
Even if the hardware sounds familiar at first, improvements can be found on both the regular and Pro models, according to a translated spec sheet published by the Google News Telegram Channel (opens in a new tab) (seen by 9to5Google (opens in a new tab)) and leaked ads for the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro, from Snoopy Tech on Twitter (opens in a new tab).
The specs themselves are as previously rumored and expected, consisting of 50MP main, 12MP ultrawide and 10.8MP selfie cameras on both phones, with the Pixel 7 Pro also having a 48MP telephoto camera. What has improved, however, is the zoom levels these cameras can achieve.
The Google Pixel 7 Pro zoom outperforms the iPhone 14 Pro
According to the spec sheet, you can now get up to 8x Super Res Zoom (using the main camera) on the Pixel 7, instead of 7x on the Pixel 7. Google Pixel 6. Meanwhile, the Pixel 7 Pro is getting better at the Pixel 6 Pro4x optical zoom when moving to 5x zoom, with a maximum magnification of 30x when both optical and digital zoom are taken into account.
While more zoom is always a good thing (assuming the image is still clear and detailed), we’re particularly excited about the 5x telephoto camera on the Pixel 7 Pro. Its main rivals, the iPhone 14 Pro Y galaxy s22it only manages 3x telephoto zoom, and that’s not expected to change for the Galaxy S23scheduled to arrive early next year.
The iPhone 14 Pro series tops out at 15x digital zoom. This could give the Pixel 7 Pro a considerable advantage for photography and help it become one of the best camera phones when it is thrown.
However the galaxy s23 ultra it will likely still offer dual 10x optical zoom and up to 100x space zoom.
New Google Pixel 7 camera features
There’s more to see beyond the hardware of the cameras. The spec sheet also mentions a new Movie Motion Blur (or Cinematic Blur in the leaked announcement) feature, though it doesn’t explain what it is. Sounds like a portrait mode equivalent to video, with the most obvious comparison being the iPhone 13 cinematic mode.
The Pixel 7 Pro also gets a new mode, Macro Focus, for itself. This again resembles the macro mode available through the iPhone 13 Y iPhone 14‘s ultra-wide camera, making it easy to take extreme close-ups.
Also, the spec sheet mentions Face Unlock, rumored last weekfor both Pixel 7 models. While we’re not sure if this will be a secure unlock mode (since there doesn’t seem to be any additional sensors to verify a user’s face, like the iPhone’s Face ID), it’s a very nice feature. demanded which will probably make Pixel buyers happy.
We can support other previously leaked details for both Pixel 7 models thanks to this spec sheet as well. That includes RAM/storage capabilities, screen refresh rates, IP68 dust/water resistance, and the new 6.3-inch screen size for the standard Pixel 7 (down from 6.4-inches for the Pixel 6). ).
We will see the Pixel 7 next to the google pixel clock on this thursday Google October Event, after months of official and unofficial previews of new smart phones and watches. But we’re keeping our fingers crossed that Google has more to show, perhaps related to the pixel tablet first mocked Google I/O. Or maybe even a confirmation of the Google pixel fold which the company has been rumored to be working on for some time.
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