With that in hand, it’s time to dive into the Google Pixel 7 Pro and Pixel 7. Let’s start with unboxing. The Pixel 7 series adheres to the recent weak retail box rule. There’s a USB-C cable and a USB-A to USB-C dongle.
The Pixel 7 Pro is clearly bigger than the Pixel 7, but make no mistake, both phones are huge in the context of the smartphone market. The Pro is 212g and the 7 is 200g shy of 3G.
There are minor differences between Pro and Vanilla. The Pro frame is a shiny, polished metal, while the Vanilla is matte. It is a matter of subjectivity that we differ between the two approaches.
What you get with a bigger phone is naturally a bigger display, and this year the difference is wide. The Pixel 7 Pro retains its predecessor’s 6.7-inch diagonal, while the Pixel 7 has shrunk by an inch to 6.3 inches. The screen on the Pro is also better and refreshes faster, and the battery is bigger at 645mAh.
Google Pixel 7 Pro next to Pixel 7
The cameras are where the Pixel 7 Pro stands out the most. It has an accurate zoom of 5x periscope but is extremely wide and can focus.
We’ve started our Google Pixel 7 Pro review, but like anything good, it takes some time. Be patient, don’t go anywhere.