The Google Pixel 7 Pro is one of the tech giant's flagship gadgets, offering a new CPU, a redesigned design, and some revolutionary capabilities. But how does it compare to the competition after six months of use? Is it really the smarter smartphone that Google desires?

Google Pixel 7 Pro: A decent Smartphone that is not significantly more Intelligent.

Allison Johnson, a tech reviewer who specializes in mobile photography and telecommunications, went back to the Pixel 7 Pro to find out. She wrote about her experience and thoughts in a piece for The Verge, evaluating the phone's performance, capabilities, and limits.

One of the Pixel 7 Pro's big selling points is its Tensor G2 processor, which is said to enable several ingenious features that make the phone more intelligent and helpful. Direct My Call, which transcribes automated phone tree menu selections; Clear Calling, which eliminates background noise during conversations; and Recorder, which gives live transcription of speech are just a few of the capabilities available.

However, Johnson discovered that these characteristics are often constrained by the stupidity of the environment around them and the institutions that they must operate within. Direct My Call, for example, does not operate with many locations or speech recognition systems; Clear Calling sometimes makes voices sound artificial or robotic; and Recorder does not always grasp accents or slang.

Johnson also commended the photography capabilities of the Pixel 7 Pro, particularly in low light and while zooming. She claims that the phone can take images with high quality and dynamic range. She did, however, point out that the phone still falls short of the iPhone 13 Pro and the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra in key areas, such as portrait mode and video recording.

Johnson also highlighted the Pixel 7 Pro's style and display. She described the phone's design as "sleek and elegant," with a matte glass back and a metal frame. She also said that the phone sports a 6.7-inch OLED display with a refresh rate of 120Hz and a resolution of QHD+. She described the display as "bright, smooth, and sharp."

Johnson came to the conclusion that the Pixel 7 Pro is still an excellent phone for its pricing and battery life, but it hasn't become any wiser since its introduction. She claims that although the phone is capable of certain astounding accomplishments, it also has limits that prohibit it from being genuinely intelligent and useful. She described the phone as "a good smartphone, but not a smarter smartphone."


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