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Google Pixel 7 Pro 12GB 128GB

Memory Capacity : 12 GB
Storage Capacity : 128 GB
Screen Size : 6.7 Inch
Operating System : Android
Connectivity : Bluetooth, WiFi
Color : Black/Snow

Original price was: 1,999 AED.Current price is: 1,799 AED. Includes VAT

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Google Pixel 7 Pro – 5G Android Phone 12GB 128GB
BLACK/WHITE
Unlocked Smartphone with Telephoto/Wide Angle Lens
24-Hour Battery –

7 pro hero

7 pro

The most powerful Google phone yet.[1]

Meet Pixel 7 Pro, Google’s best-of-everything phone. Powered by Google Tensor G2, it’s super fast and secure, with an immersive display, amazing battery life, and the best Pixel camera yet.[17]

Super zoom

Super Res Zoom for crisp details from far away.

  1. Capture amazing photos at a distance with the 5x telephoto lens and up to 30x Super Res Zoom.[5]

Macro focus

Macro Focus finds beauty in the details.

  1. Even your tiniest subjects look extraordinary – raindrops, rose petals, or a blade of grass.

cinematic blur

Cinematic Blur adds more drama to your videos.

  1. Keep your subject in focus and blur the background for a dramatic effect.

Guided Frame

Selfies for everyone with Guided Frame.

  1. Helps people with low vision take selfies, using audio and haptics to guide a face into frame.

Real tone

A more inclusive camera with Real Tone.

  1. Real Tone represents the nuances of more skin tones beautifully, accurately, and authentically.

1 Super Res Zoom 2 Macro Focus 3 Cinematic Blur 4 Guided Frame 5 Real Tone

 

Google Tensor

The brains behind Pixel 7 Pro.

  1. Google Tensor G2 makes Pixel faster, more efficient, and more secure.[1]

Security

Secure to the core.

  1. The Titan M2 chip and Google Tensor security core add multiple layers of security.

Switching

Switch over, don’t start over.

  1. Pixel makes it easy to transfer apps, photos, messages, and contacts in a few steps.[10]

Better together

Made to work together.

  1. Get personalized help throughout your day with Pixel phones, earbuds, and the Google Pixel Watch[19]

Thoughtful_design

Pixel’s most refined design.

  1. Pixel 7 Pro has a sleek, polished enclosure that’s made from 100% recycled aluminum.[20]

1 Performance 2 Security 3 Switching 4 Better together 5 Thoughtful design

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Product Dimensions 6.42 x 3.02 x 0.34 inches

Item Weight 7.4 ounces

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Item model number GE2AE

Batteries 1 Lithium Ion batteries required. (included)

OS Android 13.0

RAM 128 GB

Connectivity technologies Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, NFC

Special features Water resistant

Other display features Wireless

Human Interface Input Touchscreen

Other camera features Rear, Front

Form Factor Bar

Color Obsidian

Battery Power Rating 4926

Whats in the box SIM Tool, Quick Switch Adapter, Cell Phone, USB-C to USB-C Cable, Quick Start Guide

Manufacturer Google

Date First Available October 6, 2022

Memory Storage Capacity 128 GB

Standing screen display size 6.7 Inches

Ram Memory Installed Size 12 GB

Battery Capacity 5000 Milliamp Hours

Weight 0.46 Pounds

Brand Google

Model Name Pixel 7 Pro

Wireless Carrier Unlocked for All Carriers

Operating System Android 13.0

Cellular Technology 5G

Memory Storage Capacity 128 GB

Connectivity Technology Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, NFC

Color Obsidian

Screen Size 6.7 Inches

Wireless network technology UMTS, LTE

Google Pixel 7 Pro is Google’s best-of-everything phone; powered by Google Tensor G2, it’s faster, more efficient, and more secure, with the best photo and video quality yet on Pixel[1].Other camera description:Front,Rear Unlocked Android 5G phone gives you the flexibility to change carriers and choose your own data plan[2]; works with Google Fi, Verizon, T-Mobile, AT&T, and other major carriers Pixel’s Adaptive Battery can last over 24 hours; when Extreme Battery Saver is turned on, it can last up to 72 hours[3] The Google Pixel 7 Pro 6.7-inch Smooth Display makes everything stunning and immersive[4]; it intelligently adjusts up to 120Hz for smoother, more responsive performance[4] Google Pixel 7 Pro has a 5x telephoto lens with 30x Super Res Zoom[5]; the upgraded ultrawide lens powers Macro Focus to capture the smallest details With Google Tensor G2 and the Titan M2 security chip, your Pixel is built with multiple layers of security to help keep your personal info safe VPN by Google One (coming soon) is built into Pixel 7 Pro to help protect your online activity, no matter what app or web browser you use[6] Get hands-free help with Google Assistant, pair devices easily, and use Find My Device to locate your Pixel phone, Google Pixel Watch, or Pixel Buds[7] With its durable design and IP68 protection, your phone can handle water and dust[8]; it’s also scratch-resistant, with Corning[R] Gorilla[R] Glass Victus[TM] Please refer to the product description section below for all applicable legal disclaimers denoted by the bracketed numbers in the preceding bullet points (e.g., [1], [2], etc.) Show more

Meet Pixel 7 Pro, Google’s best-of-everything phone. Powered by Google Tensor G2, it’s fast and secure, with an immersive display and amazing battery life. It features the best Pixel camera yet, with a telephoto lens and pro-level features like Macro Focus, Cinematic Blur, and more. Plus, it’s Pixel’s most refined design, made with recycled materials.[20] LEGAL [1]Compared to Pixel 6. Speed and power efficiency claims based on internal testing on pre-production devices. [2]Works with all major carriers. 5G service is carrier dependent. Requires a 5G data plan (sold separately). 5G service not available on all carrier networks or in all areas. Contact carrier for details. 5G service, speed, and performance depend on many factors, including carrier network capabilities and signal strength. Actual results may vary. Some features not available in all areas. Data rates may apply. See g.co/pixel/networkinfo for info. [3]For “over 24 hours”: Estimated battery life based on testing using a median Pixel user battery usage profile across a mix of talk, data, standby, and use of other features. Average battery life during testing was approximately 31 hours. Battery testing conducted on a major carrier network. For “Up to 72 hours”: Estimated battery life based on testing using a median Pixel user battery usage profile across a mix of talk, data, standby, and use of limited other features that are default in Extreme Battery Saver mode (which disables various features including 5G connectivity). Battery testing conducted on a major carrier network. For both claims: Battery testing conducted in California in mid 2022 on pre-production hardware and software using default settings, except that, for the “up to 72 hours” claim only, Extreme Battery Saver mode was enabled. Battery life depends upon many factors and usage of certain features will decrease battery life. Actual battery life may be lower. [4]Measured diagonally; dimension may vary by configuration and manufacturing process. Not available for all apps or content. [5]Not available for all camera apps or modes. [6]Coming soon. Restrictions apply. Some data is not transmitted through VPN. Not available in all countries. All other Google One membership benefits sold separately. Use of VPN may increase data costs depending on your plan. See g.co/pixel/vpn for details. [7]Earbuds and watch sold separately. Requires Pixel Buds Pro connected with Fast Pair to a device with location history enabled. Requires Google Pixel Watch to be connected to a compatible device. [8]Designed to comply with dust and water protection rating IP68 under IEC standard 60529 when each device leaves the factory but the device is not water or dust proof. The accessories are not water or dust resistant. Water resistance and dust resistance are not permanent conditions and will diminish or be lost over time due to normal wear and tear, device repair, disassembly or damage. Dropping your device may result in loss of water/dust resistance. Liquid damage voids the warranty. See g.co/pixel/water for details. [9]Maximum resolution and field of view with RAW image files setting turned on. Setting is turned off by default. See g.co/pixel/photoediting for more information. [10]Some third party apps and data may not be transferred automatically. Visit g.co/pixel/copydatahelp for information. [11]Not available in all languages or countries. Not available on all media or apps. See g.co/pixel/livetranslate for more information. Translation may not be instantaneous. [12]Storage specifications refer to capacity before formatting. Actual formatted capacity will be less. [13]Magic Eraser requires Google Photos app and may not work on all image elements. [14]Unblurring may not work on all photos or videos with faces. [15]Requires compatible smart device. [16]The Google One and YouTube Premium 3-month trial offers are available to eligible users with the purchase of Pixel 7 Pro. Offer expires December 15, 2023 at 11:59 pm PT. Valid form of payment required at sign-up, but you will not be charged until the trial period expires. Cancel anytime. See youtube.com/premium/restrictions and one.google.com/offer/terms-and-conditions/pixel7and7pro for full terms. [17]Based on use of Smooth Display (not available for all apps or content). [18]See g.co/pixel/astrophotography for details. [19]Watch and earbuds sold separately. [20]Recycled materials are approximately 19% of phone based on weight. [21]Wireless charging rates up to 20W (Pixel 7) and up to 23W (Pixel 7 Pro) charging with Google Pixel Stand (2nd gen). Up to 12W with Qi-certified EPP chargers. Actual results may be slower. Fast wired charging rates (up to 18W on Pixel 6a, up to 20W on Pixel 7 and up to 23W on Pixel 7 Pro) are based upon use of the Google 30W USB-C® Charger or Google 18W USB-C® (Pixel 6a only) plugged into a wall outlet. Actual results may be slower. Chargers and Pixel Stand sold separately. [22]Measured diagonally; dimension may vary by configuration and manufacturing process [23]Requires compatible USB-C® device (sold separately). Charging speed varies and depends on device capabilities, battery age, usage during charging, and many other factors. [24]Estimated battery life based on testing using a median Pixel user battery usage profile across a mix of talk, data, standby, and use of other features. Average battery life during testing was approximately 29 hours. Battery life depends upon many factors and usage of certain features will decrease battery life. Battery testing conducted in California in early 2022 on pre-production hardware and software, using default settings. Battery testing conducted using Sub-6 GHz non-standalone 5G (ENDC) connectivity. Actual battery life may be lower.

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Product Dimensions

6.42 x 3.02 x 0.34 inches

Battery Power Rating

4926

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Item model number

GE2AE

Batteries

1 Lithium Ion batteries required. (included)

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4.2 4.2 out of 5 stars

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OS

Android 13.0

RAM

128 GB

Connectivity technologies

Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, NFC

Special features

Water resistant

Other display features

Wireless

Human Interface Input

Touchscreen

Other camera features

Rear, Front

Form Factor

Bar

Color

Obsidian

Item Weight

7.4 ounces

Manufacturer

Google

Whats in the box

SIM Tool, Quick Switch Adapter, Cell Phone, USB-C to USB-C Cable, Quick Start Guide

Date First Available

October 6, 2022

Memory Storage Capacity

128 GB

Standing screen display size

6.7 Inches

Ram Memory Installed Size

12 GB

Battery Capacity

5000 Milliamp Hours

Weight

0.46 Pounds

Brand

Google

Model Name

Pixel 7 Pro

Wireless Carrier

Unlocked for All Carriers

Operating System

Android 13.0

Cellular Technology

5G

Connectivity Technology

Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, NFC

Screen Size

6.7 Inches

Wireless network technology

UMTS, LTE

58 reviews for Google Pixel 7 Pro 12GB 128GB

  1. MARIO CALVELLA

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Excelente

    Excelente!

  2. A. J. S.

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Hope you enjoy using a pin and misspelling words, because this is the worst display ever made.

    It’s Google’s flagship phone, the newest, best, pro model. The camera is amazing, hands down incredible, like every pixel has been. The display is brilliant and the high-res mode option is gorgeous.BUT. Face unlock doesn’t have IR, so it is literally unusable in the dark. But that’s fine, because it has a fingerprint scanner, right?WRONG. It has a light under the display that claims it can’t read your fingerprint. Ever. Hope you enjoy entering your pin to unlock, because you’re going to end up using it 100% of the time – and always after a failed face unlock and then two failed finger unlocks. Even registering your fingerprint is an exercise in frustration – if you follow the onscreen directions (ie, “now use the tip, now use the side”), it will ALWAYS fail halfway through and make you start over. The only way to actually register a print is, get this: MOISTURIZE YOUR FINGER FIRST, and then just mash the same spot over and over – and repeat it four times for the same finger so you can MAYBE get 1/100 unlocks to ever register.In addition to that, the screen accuracy is just shy of being maddening. Even typing this review resulted in 40% misspelled words I had to correct; it’s almost like every screen tap randomly decides to trigger a few mm to either side of where you wanted it. It requires your full attention, and it completely messes with autocorrect too, because it has absolutely no idea what you were even close to typing.Really hoping this gets fixed with an update. For a phone with such stellar features and hardware, the interface feels like I bought a TracFone from 7-11.

    36 people found this helpful

  3. Amazon Customer

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    it heats up hardcore make sure to keep it away from pillows while u sleep and keep it cool down.

    it heats up like the forth of July good lord but it is pretty good at everything else sadly the battery saving was a lie it drain quickly after the first use the first use and the second and 3rd it lasted 1 to 2 weeks of those 2 uses after that it immediately heats up and now it is decreasing the amount of time it can last turn on sadly

  4. Craig Potcher

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    Terrible fingerprint scanner

    I’ve been using and supporting smartphones since they first started to arrive in the marketplace. This phone has some of the best camera performance I’ve seen in a phone, and it’s one of the reasons I bought it.Setup was, for the most part painless.Things I Don’t Like The only real setup issue was having to slog through multiple OS updates that took roughly 2 days to complete. Updates on this phone take longer than any other phone I’ve owned, from Samsung Galaxy, to LG, Motorola, and others.The floating magnifier is nice to have, but there is nowhere on the screen where it doesn’t get in the way. Conversely, Motorola puts it permanently in the bottom tray.There is no slot for storage expansion, something that is available on cheaper phones.The fingerprint scanner is essentially worthless. The reader is built into the screen. I can create multiple fingerprints, but they just don’t work well. Initially, they didn’t work at all(I had installed a screen protector). I tried screen protectors from 2 separate manufacturers that indicated they would work. Neither did…. Even after creating the fingerprint ID’s with the protector installed. Other manufacturers use the power button scanner method, and I found them to be almost foolproof…. At less than half the price.What I likeThe wireless charger works fine.The battery life is decent. I can usually get through a full day without charging(I don’t do gaming).There is an earphone jack, something that is rapidly disappearing in other phones.Decent cellphone antenna.Display controls work wellHaptic feedback is OKPhone speaker and speakerphone are good.Reasonably speedy performance.Overall: a decent phone, but significantly overpriced…….. Maybe if the fingerprint scanner worked at least 50% of the time, I’d feel better about it.

    One person found this helpful

  5. Rafayel

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    aweful cellular connection

    this phone has the worst cellular connection and with the last update it kills my eSim normal functionality, the other function and the phone itself is ok.

  6. Jon Snow

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    It’s a decent Android flagship

    I’m coming over from a 4 year old Galaxy Note 9 (the last true great Android phone) and I honestly gotta say that the Pixel 7 pro is a disappointment. My review is based off things I look for in a smartphone which are camera quality, display, battery life, software experience, and general usability.Straight away I realized the display on the Pixel is noticeably duller and even loses details on some bright areas. The higher refresh rate is nice but I can only imagine how much better the S22 ultra screen is than the Pixel (This holiday season they’re about the same price anyways) .Battery life is also very disappointing. My 4 year old Note 9 has had pretty bad battery life recently, which is why I wanted to upgrade. But to my disappointment the Pixel is BARELY better, which is absolutely absurd. Honestly this is a real deal breaker and everyone who wants to get this phone should know this.Software experience is also weirdly buggy, but not in an infuriating way. It’s smooth and fast but options for various things will fail to load or occasionally crash. Reloading the app will fix the issue but I would’ve expected a software company like Google to be on top of this. People have have been having these issues since the first Pixel.Camera is really good, best on any current phone for sure. Can’t complain about that.The device itself seems like a quality product. It’s nice to hold in the hand and looks very attractive,. The camera bar does not look out of place and adds a nice contrast to the back design, but it does make the phone feel top heavy.Modem is decent, not noticeably better than my Samsung but not worse either.Speakers are not better than the Note 9, nor does it have an SD card slot or headphone jack. But I guess no one does that anyways besides Sony, which also has their fair share of issues.All in all, it’s not a bad phone but it is disappointing. At this point I’d love to give a better recommendation but unfortunately there is no great Android phone on sale right now. So, if you’re in the market for an android phone my advice is to wait for next year.

    16 people found this helpful

  7. Daniel Blake

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    Major Screen Issues But Amazing Software

    When the device first arrived I had an issue with the device crashing in my pocket. This occured anytime slightly more pressure than a regular finger press was applied to the screen. A few weeks in and I pull the phone out of my pocket to find the screen is completely shattered. I didn’t recall being hit by anything since the last time I looked at my phone. Whatever, I’m an IT guy. I just fixed the screen myself. After replacing the screen I no longer had an issue with the device crashing in my pocket which tells me the original screen was defective. A week after replacing my phone’s screen I get again discover that my screen shattered while in my pocket. I typically don’t have an issue with taking care of my devices and this is the first time I’ve ever had a screen break so often or quickly after having been replaced. Either these screens are inherently faulty or I’m just having bad luck. Now I’m down $400 on top of the cost of the device.Otherwise, it’s been an amazing software experience. Google allows rooting and the device has very few software bugs that I’ve come across.

    3 people found this helpful

  8. Sebastián

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Exactly what I bought

    Exactly what I bought

  9. Tracey Mc

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    I’m actually quite impressed!

    I’ve been a longtime iPhone user but feel that Apple lags behind in its technology compared to some of the other companies. Don’t even get me started on the Apple Watch. I tried Samsung phones more than a few times but was never happy with how they handle notifications. I have to say that I’m quite happy with this phone! Notifications are great & there’s even some features that I find super handy like the automatic translations on apps like Whatsapp. I also like that you can turn on the flashlight with a double tap on the back of the case & that you can have it identify songs that are playing!And OMG, that camera! SO much more functional than an iPhone! To say I’m impressed is an understatement. I’m looking forward to see what the next version will bring. There’s obviously some tweeks that need to be done but overall, I’m very happy!

    5 people found this helpful

  10. Grayson

    2.0 out of 5 stars

    I shouldn’t have bought this.

    Update 11/27 So the fingerprint scanner on this thing worked pretty good while the weather was still kind of warm and then as soon as my hand started to dry out from the cold weather, it’s basically worthless. I have to retrain the fingerprint several times a week and even then it works about half the time. I don’t understand why they did away with the physical fingerprint scanner on the back of the phone. That was a bad move. The on-screen fingerprint scanners suck for anybody that actually uses their hands or has dry skin or has damp skin? Or I could keep going on but this is just a fail. The good news is it’s quick so it rejects me quickly and then I have to type in my pin I’m really thinking about downgrading to my old pixel 5. Also the speech to text. The one on my pixel 5. It made little mistakes. It would correct things here and there. This one makes giant leaps in the wrong direction, constantly adding question marks And other punctuation where it shouldn’t. Or completely changing what I said. Not just a word but an entire sentence. Honestly, it seems like these phones are getting worse instead of better. The camera’s great sure, but other than that this was a downgrade. I regret buying it.Unfortunately I use Google Fi as my phone service which really limits my options for phones. So it looks like I’m going to have to change phone carriers and phones.Original review. I bought a pixel 6 and gave it to my son because the fingerprint scanner was terrible. I’m glad to see they at least corrected that issue. It works most of the time unless my hand is damp or right after I have showered. otherwise it responds quickly. Also, the speech to text works differently. Prior to this I was using a pixel 5.the pixel 7 tries to predict whether I’m asking question or exclaiming or whatever and throws in random punctuation. It also takes a lot longer to process speech to text. I’d like to think it’s trying to make me sound like less of an idiot, but in the end it makes me sound like more of an idiot because it’s throwing in random punctuation. The camera is amazing. I’m gobsmacked by how far it can zoom compared to the pixel 5 but the trade off is you have the big lense block protruding from your phone. My biggest complaint is they didn’t include a charger. They threw in a USB cable but no charger. That’s low rent and that’s the reason I’m giving it four stars. Seriously google? Pinch them pennies. The phone is working great. I will up date this review as I have more experience with the phone. So far. I’m about a week in and I’m loving it. But seriously Google you couldn’t throw in a charger for $900? For that price you would think that you would be able to give us the charger that probably costs you $3. Not just a USB cable that I can plug into my computer.

    26 people found this helpful

  11. Cesar Ortiz

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Excelente telefono

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    Compré este teléfono por Amazon para traerlo a Colombia, me fijé que fuera el modelo homologado en mi país y así me llegó, había leído y visto videos y me decidí a comprarlo.Lo pedí, en una oferta que hubo y la verdad me salió muy barato, lo más costoso fue la traída, ya que nos cobran el 19% sobre el valor de factura.Tenía muchas expectativas sobre el teléfono y hasta ahora las a cumplido todas, he tenido iPhone y la verdad no me ha satisfecho lo suficiente, de ahí que haya decidido sobre el pixel.Venía de un Samsung y la verdad pasar todos mis datos del teléfono viejo al nuevo ha sido muy sencillo, no me ha costado ningún problema.Mi pixel tiene mucha presencia, hasta ahora todos mis cercanos preguntan por el teléfono, el mío es color blancos y con una funda transparente antigolpes se ve espectacular.Muy contento on el rendimiento, aunque he escuchado quejas del borde curvado, mi sensación es que en el modo gestos va muy fluido y esa curva ayuda muchísimo a que sea más rápido.Apenas lo he conectado a mi red wifi sea actualizado a Android 14.He tomado fotos de un cumpleaños y la misma foto sea tomado con un iPhone 15 pro max y la verdad no hay diferencia.La batería de mi pixel supera las 24 horas en una semana solo lo he cargado 3 veces, la verdad es que yo lo apagó en las noches.Es muy agradable la interacción que existe con el Android puro, estoy muy contento.Por calidad precio me quedo con mi pixel.

    One person found this helpful

  12. A. J. Encinas Escobar

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Great phone, but…

    Bought this phone about 9 months ago, and it has so far been satisfactory. Here are some of the Pros and Cons:PROs:- The cameras take very good photos, excellent for scanning documents and taking selfies, the camera’s software is also great for editing.- The screen is fairly bright, so it works well outdoors.- Good performance on applications, can quickly switch between them, it’s rare for them to crash or to have glitches.- Fingerprint recognition and face recognition both work very fast., rarely a problem with that.- I love the phone’s UI, feels much cleaner than any other Android phone I’ve seen or used.CONs:- The battery life is just acceptable, but it can drain quickly when under load. Expect 6-7 hours of active screen time, but it should last up to 36 hours for a moderate or light user.- Charging is kinda slow, up to 1 hour 50 minutes if you’re close to 0%. Definitely way slower than my old OnePlus 6T.- You should definitely buy a screen protector and case. It never had a particularly bad drop, but the screen already has a small scuff mark from just being in my pocket (admittedly often with keys).- If you live in a country like mine (Bolivia), depending on your service provider, the first time you use it you might have to manually enter the APN settings. My provider’s settings were automatically detected but the 4G service had horrible signal everywhere in the city, but then I googled the provider’s APN settings, entered them manually, and I’ve had great LTE connectivity ever since.

    25 people found this helpful

  13. Longtime Lurker

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    The worst speech to text of any phone I’ve ever used

    The phone is great except for the absolutely terrible speech to text that only ever seems to get worse. At this point I’m about to reset the phone to try to fix it and if that doesn’t work then I’m getting a new phone (I had intended to keep this for 4 or 5 years…).Often it misses the first word I say. Then I say the word again, and it still doesn’t type it out. Then I say it a 3rd time…. still doesn’t type it. Then I get irritated and talk even more loudly and clearly. MAYBE after the 4th or 5th time it’ll then type out that first word TWICE, but just as often I have to give up and type out the first word. That’s the mildest issue with speech to text on this phone.I have to proof read everything it types, because it will screw it up even when I think there’s no way it could. Just now I said “he spent $1500”, and the phone types out “it’s not $1500”. Does “HE SPENT” sound anything like “IT’S NOT”??!!?? Then the very next message I say “that’s the level of dysfunction” and this idiot phone types out “BEST level of dysfunction”.It doesn’t happen most of the time, but it happens enough to be a major issue with this phone. My fingers aren’t over the mic, and I’m not mumbling. I’ve used speech to text for as long as it’s been around, and never had these problems. Issue occurs using the handset, headphones, and in the car, so I guess it’s trashy software. I see nothing of help online and I’ve reset voice typing already.Been dealing with this since launch day. Coworker has five Pixel phones and not had this issue. As for me, this is my first and last Pixel phone.

    One person found this helpful

  14. aMAZOnoian

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Overall grear but no USB C to HDMI, and no Mirroring (besides cast)

    The phone itself is powerful and smooth and the capacity is excellent (512 GB of storage) but i am very disappointed that google took away the ability to connect your phone via USB C to HDMI , and at the same time they also took away the ability to screen mirror to smart tv unless you use “google cast” (like the Chromecast) its their sheer need to force you to buy more of their products that saddens me. Overall its a great phone except for those 2 things.

  15. AlphaWolf

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Former Samsung user wakes up

    Disclaimer: This review is still very fresh as I have only had the phone for a day. I am also coming from a Samsung device. A Z Fold 4 to be exact. Why did I go from a one year old future of phone tech to a standard black rectangle? Well because not even a year into ownership the phone died, and Samsung’s support is not great. So here is my slightly biased, maybe rose colored glasses review.I am really loving this phone. Setup was your typical Android affair. I am glad that I did not need Samsung’s proprietary data transfer software that every other Samsung device needs. All accounts synced as they are supposed to thanks to Google. App locations and menu items are slightly different from OneUI but did not take long to adjust. What surprised me is just how much better my apps seem to run on this device. For some, unspecific apps I use for security they would mostly work, but pulling up video or network intensive portions would either be a slog or just not work at all. This happened on three generations of Samsung devices so I thought it was just poor programming. Now I just think it was bloat. On performance alone this is a full on winner and it will take Samsung some actual innovation to get me to come back.I did like aspects of the folding screen on my previous phone and I still see it as the future of phone tech. I think what I really wanted is a phone with this screen size and aspect ration that then folds to a bigger screen. Not something that is super skinny that folds out to a ratio that no one knows what to do with yet.It’s hard to judge the battery life after just one day, but so far it’s nice.Overall, if you are not sold on foldables, and you are tired to dealing with Samsung bloat, poor batteries, and customer waitus, this is a great option.

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  16. David Freeman

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great value and features

    Love this phone. The larger screen size, ease of moving from previous pixel and quality of the camera are the main things that earned a great review. Not to mention the cost compared to other brands is a huge benefit.

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  17. Mike449

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great phone, Good price

    This is the first time I have purchased the phone not from Verizon, my wireless carrier, or Best Buy. Significantly less expensive and extremely easy to get online. Both places wanted to charge me a significant amount to transfer my data from my old phone. My son informed me that phones today come with migration programs. All I had to do was to transfer my SIM card which took me about 60 seconds. Another decision was what information I wanted to put on my new phone. 5 minutes later I was up and running. I don’t think I’ll ever buy a phone from either of those places again. Got my new phone from Amazon in one day.The Pixel 7 Pro is a terrific phone with great audio, a superior camera and battery life that doesn’t quit.

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  18. Alexander

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    The quality

    Great product

  19. F1racer

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    mediocre is the norm these days

    There was a time, when innovation drive excitement in each product release in smartphones, prices keep going up, yet phone function, quality, even material have not, in fact, quite the opposite. Google is struggling, while I would give them an E for effort, they simply fall short on delivering a PHONE, after all, we are talking about a phone, not camera, or any other piece of equipment. But it is strange all you get on Youtube, and reviewers, are camera comparisons, and every manufacturer trying to up the megapixel count, or sensor size on a PHONE. not antenna strength, not bluetooth headsets to people spending all day on conference calls, or meetings, not a larger screen for improved media consumption or ease of news capture. For a piece of equipment that’s become indispensable, manufacturers keep making it heavier and heavier, as if the more weight justifying the relentless rise of smartphone prices, for no good reason. How about spaceage materials, like polycarbonate, carbon fiber?? so it’s lighter to hold, easier on our arms when I’m reading the news , and articles that takes longer than 15 minutes. But no, it is an all out war on cameras, on a phone. Forget phone functions, or better communications, just make a better camera, so we can charge more. Enter the Pixel 7 Pro, heavy, blocky, why? not sure. Necessary? don’t think so, screen is good enough, camera is fantastic for computational photography, no complaints, but goodness, the processor is slow, overheats, and power consumption suffers because of that. How about that poor poor reception. Even Samsungs are better with reception. The Pixel7Pro drops calls all the time, in areas where the Samsung, Apple will not. Now, I’m uncertain if it’s because of the Snapdragon 888 processor? but if a phone doesn’t have a strong antenna, well, it’s no use to me. I have a nice camera, I don’t need to pay an extra $400 for a better camera on a phone. Let’s remember it’s a phone. So, the Pixel 7pro is going back, it’s just not good enough for me to justify the price. Granted, the interface is butter smooth, but a phone needs to be a phone first, before it can try to be something else.

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  20. Grammy and PaPa

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    perfect

    Best phone ever

  21. Diego Duharte

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Perfect

    It was like new, not the original cable or stuff but the important thing is the cell. Update: the volume button came off, no idea why, hope this happens only to like new items and no to new ones

  22. Barbara Fredricksen

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Perfect for what I needed

    It’s perfect for my needs. I couldn’t update any further, this one I can. I purchased the 512 storage and have barely used any! Apps use the most storage which is normal. But I have many pictures that I want to keep close to me even though I’ve backed them up. I love the snow color!

  23. Sono-san

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    Perfect phone for the average user

    After trying five other phones, I was down to trying the Google Pixel 7 Pro with Android 13, 512GB storage and 8GB memory and I was disappointing once again with the blandness of the Android OS. The Google phone looks and feels like I am using an Iphone, everything looks like a baby drew it with crayons and the customization features are getting less and less with Android 13.Background services did work with video doorbell and WiFi Smoke detector apps.The Screen is nice and bright, however the screen has curved edges more mild than most other curved screens. Still though, why are manufactures building phones with curved screens???? Every so often there is something on the very edge of the screen and you can’t tap it because of the curve of the screen. Useless feature.No customization for the Lock screen features, there is a search bar on the home screen that you can not remove and no more locking apps open in Android 13. The term Pinning apps has changed from “Locking” them open to where they are always open even on a reboot, to pinning the app open full screen. The second option is STUPID and not necessary, but locking apps open and MORE than Six apps at a time is important to me. My Most used apps, I like to stay open the entire time, after restarting the phone, my apps are still open. I don’t like having to look for the icon and open the app, just hit the recent app button and there are all the apps I use regularly. Just like my computer, I leave a lot of programs open and I expect them to stay open.Google advertising a 24 hour battery which tells me that they know their Processor sucks down too much power. The battery is a 5000mAh battery. This size battery in all other phones I’ve used will last nearly two days, however I did not keep the phone long enough for the “Battery Optimization” to kick in.The Cameras were very nice and typical for the price of the phone, they performed just shy of Samsung’s S22. As one would expect from a Pixel phone, the cameras performed well with some cool editing features in the camera app. Unfortunately you are stuck with Google Photos app, a terrible pile of programming.Gone are the days of unique personality and style from each manufacture. Now all phones conform into the same bland and boring Android cookie cutter mold to where there is little to no difference in which phone you go with, the exception being the installed hardware. My LG V60 ThinQ made in 2020 with Android 10 has ten times the options and actually has personality, plus all the features that I dearly miss, like App Locking/Pinning, Slow Charge, Embedded Service apps (Keyboard, Phone, Contacts, Messages, Gallery, Files, Notes) that were secure and not tied to a big company, Full Home/Lock screen customization.Overall the Google Pixel 7 Pro is a great phone for the normal user, taking pictures and video for blogs and tictoc is just what this phone is made for. Surfing the web and checking email, maybe a video conference, all will work good on this phone, but keep a charger cable with you at all times.

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  24. ShoppingQueen

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Woot has awesome customer service!!

    I did not end up receiving the phone due to FedEx taking too long to deliver it. Unfortunately I needed it by a certain date, and the projected delivery window would work. I communicated with Woot, and they were extremely responsive to multiple messages. After I found out that the item would arrive 3 days later than the projected last date, Woot redirected the package back to them with a refund, to save me the hassle of returning it. My hat is off to Woot for their excellent customer service. It is well worth a glowing review.

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  25. Ray

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    great

    I like IT very much brand new

  26. CM

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    Just OK with multiple design issues and occasional unbearable overheating

    Moving from an old iPhone to Android for various reasons. After lots of research and comparisons between Galaxy S22 Ultra, Galaxy S23 Ultra, Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro, I bought Pixel 7 Pro a week ago. Not a heavy phone user. Bought this knowing it’s history of heating problems at the deal price of $700.It is just ok for me. Major issues listed below:(1) the finger print sensor doesn’t detect fingerprint 40% of the time. Have deleted and setup finger prints a few times.(2) Phone is getting very hot (even with thick case) when using camera, google maps and other apps that rely on GPS continuously.(3) Occasional unbearable overheating. Sometimes the phone display also seems to get hot and sweat / warm my thigh when in pocket, an uncomfortable feeling when you can’t reach the phone (say, when driving a car).(4) When u install and try a new app even for a few mins… something (may be android intelligence service) is trying to save user behavior and drains alot of battery (and heats the phone). Battery draining and heating are due to the service burning 2-3 processor cores for several sustained minutes. Unfortunately the android APIs don’t seem to allow viewing OS process level information to debug this issue. The HW monitoring apps show 2-3 cores pegged at 100% CPU.(5) Camera is good. The photo editing features (magic eraser, camouflage, unblur) are nifty.(6) Use only fingerprint unlock. The face unlock feature is not secure. Other reviewers were able to unlock the phone by presenting a photo of your face in another display (like a computer monitor or tablet).(7) Bought the snow white color. The white color looks very different and bright in-person than that in the photos (viewed on Google store on good displays). It is for sure not Snow White.. may be bright off-white.(8) The curved display is nice and doesn’t bother me.(9) The phone is very slippery without a case.(10) Finding a good screen protector and case are tricky due to the curved display. I bought Spigen transparent case. Fits well, good grip, great protection. Still looking for a good screen protector.(11) Speakers are below average. They accentuate vocal frequencies and subdue bass. This nonlinear behavior can cause fatigue if you listen to vocals with shriller tones.(12) JerryRigEverything on YouTube in his standard test was able to curve/bend the phone relatively easily. Comparatively, the iPhone 14 series, Samsung Galaxy S22 / S23 Ultra were very sturdy. He pointed out that the antenna and related wiring are adjacent to the curving point of the metal frame might lead to reception issues. I hypothesize that users who complain about reception issues might have dropped the phone or experienced a subtle bending effect when in pocket.(13) The call screening feature and the live voice transcription feature are very useful.Expected better HW design from Google !Considering returning it.

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  27. shensy

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Looks good now

    Good phone

  28. G. High

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Awesome product

    Love this phone, great pics, good sound, would definitely buy again.

  29. Paul E. King

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    There are things this excels at, photos are good but not where it blows the competition away

    So first off this is a rectangular piece of equipment and most other phones can do what it does. I’m going to talk about a couple of features that make this insanely good and a couple of places where it fails to Samsung’s ecosystem.Let’s start with the fail – Samsung wins in the game manager, multi-window, multi-tasking, and unlocking realms. The Pixel is amateurish in its multi-window / multi-app approach in comparison, and the fact that the game center that Google has doesn’t have a mute this game option is appalling.Now onto the win – the voice recognition is amazing… well, quick caveat on that it’s amazing after a week or so of ownership. It quite had the dumbs when I first got the phone and learned me. It does offline / on phone translation when it learns you and it’s a lot faster and better voice to text experience than I’ve had on any other phone. It’s at least twice as fast and significantly more responsive than it is on my S21 Ultra, which has a faster processor in theory.Using the phone as a phone is delightful – it doesn’t ring for scammers, spammers, etc… that’s a setting I had to set… the phone will answer and screen calls on the device giving you a voice-to-text display of what they’re saying to try and get you to answer. My phone rings very seldomly now. I love it.There are a bunch of call options that make the device feel like someone who used a telephone actually had some input…Unfortunately the monthly updates generally break something. Google’s doing a lot of improvements but not a lot of evident testing. When I bought the phone, if I set a new alarm I knew I would wake up and the phone would be nearly dead on the wireless charger. Adaptive charging whether on or off and a new alarm = dead phone on a perfectly good wireless charger. This was mostly fixed, but still an occasional issue.I mention that one because it was reported in February 2022 on the pixel lines and it still is an occasiona problem in January 2023 with the Dec 2022 update.Good phone, extremely good as a telephone…

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  30. GlencoraGlencora

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Very similar to my Pixel 3 XL but with a nice zoom

    I went from a Pixel 3 XL to the Pixel 7 Pro. Here is my review of the Pro:1. Adaptive brightness is very slow2. Phone sometimes lags3. Maybe a bit faster with some things but basically the same as my Pixel 3 XL4. Phone sometimes freezes and I have to restart, which had finally been fixed in Android 125. Updates take hours but you can be on the phone during them, a win in my view6. Battery life is better7. What they don’t tell you beforehand, is that the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro only support 64-bit apps; so you might find yourself missing some apps and games and icon packs, etc.8. Transfer of apps and stuff went very well9. In some apps, texting has a weird lag; you have to wait for the letters you type to show up, it’s very aggravating10. The screenshot option works better; not the buttons, that option still sucks11. It charges okay: I went from 19% to 61% in 30 minutes; 85% in one hour12. The regular camera quality hasn’t changed, although Night Sight seems to work poorly, adding a yellow tinge and even splotches of yellow – so Night Sight is much worse than my Pixel 3, see the photos to compare (comparison is between 2 photos taken with the Pixel 7 Pro, one with Night Sight and one without)13. The zoom camera function is why I opted for the Pro, and it is a lovely thing to have – see the photos of a shot with the normal range, then a shot of the same scene at the maximum 5x range14. There’s an automatic macro setting which is nice, too. Just bring the camera close to the object and it automatically adjusts to the macro setting15. The size is almost identical to my Pixel 3 XL, just a tiny bit taller and a tiny bit heavierIn all, I like the phone very much. But if not for the zoom, I’d have been happy with the Pixel 7, I think. In fact, I was still happy with my Pixel 3 XL. If it wasn’t for Google stopping the security updates, I wouldn’t have upgraded; a big plus for the 7 Pro is Google’s promise to support security updates for 5 years. There is very little difference between the two phones, apart from the zoom/macro and how bad Night Sight is on the new camera.

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  31. G. Ross

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great upgrade from my Pixel 3XL

    I have only truly loved one cell phone. That was my Samsung Galaxy S4. My Galaxy S1 was so cheap it didn’t even have a flashlight. My S7 annoyed my so much I literally threw it out the window. I upgraded to the Pixel 3XL.That was a (mostly) good phone. From day 1, the internal GPS was messed up so it never told my Nest thermostat I was home, and the thermostat would always change to away mode while I was still in the house. Using store apps was also difficult as it would think I wasn’t in Walmart, or Home Depot, and not allow me to search for items in the stores.C’est la vie, I lived with it for 4 years, until it’s quirks and foibles had me to the point where I smacked it with my fist and cracked the screen. So much for Gorilla Glass. No bother, I scored the 7 Pro on sale.The 7 Pro keeps some great and useful features from the 3Xl, such as double tap the screen when it’s off to bring up the lock screen. Love that. I’m a troglodyte and basically use my phone to talk, text, browse, and take the (very) occasional picture. I could easily get away with a midrange phone, but I like big screens, and fast processors. The sale price was a good deal, so I bought this.Features I love that were not on my 3XL; double tap the back to perform a preset command. You can use it to take a screenshot or pause the media you’re playing, etc. Very handy! The lock screen gives the option to have the clock in one grid, as opposed to the 3XL, once it was updated to Android 10, wherein the clock was split into top and bottom for hours and minutes.The phone seems a good deal faster than the 3XL. The upgrade to Gorilla Glass Victus from GG5 should hopefully help prevent damage. I don’t know whether it’s the GGV, or the liquid glass I had applied to the screen for protection, but the glass attracts a lot of dust! I must clean it regularly. I also don’t really care for the curved glass on the screen edges. I’m not really sure what the point of that is, but it can make reading text difficult, and it can cut off letters on the edges. It is a big phone, which is what I wanted, but it will be difficult to perform one-handed operations unless you have big hands like myself. Even then, it can be a chore. The one thing I don’t like, is the sensitivity of the screen. Holding it one-handed, I use my thumb to scroll up and down. This will easily cause the screen to think you’re long-pressing, and highlight the text to allow you to copy/paste/google search, etc. It’s the single most annoying quirk I’ve discovered. I’ve tried adjusting the screen sensitivity level to no avail. My 3XL never did this, and the screen size is virtually identical to the 7 Pro. The only fix, is to adjust how I hold the phone so that my thumb is more perpendicular to the screen and not as much of my thumb is touching. This means that it’s not as secure in my palm so I have to take great care not to drop it.Overall, I like this phone. Samsung has a lot going for it, but I’m happy with my purchase. It’s also very easy to use and set up. While I’m certainly not a noob, I’m not as tech savvy as I could be. Yet, I had the phone up and running within an hour or so with all my configurations locked in, and adjusted. And no GPS issues either!

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  32. Jerry

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Stellar camera, clean android experience, but strange performance issues

    One of the best smartphone camera systems on the market. Phone is fast and responsive. Has a bunch of features exclusive to Pixel phones. But there are a couple downfalls that prevent it from being perfect.Not much to say about the cameras except that they are awesome. Everyone already knows Pixels have some of the best cameras. I do like the automatic edits once you take a picture (it’ll try to make the colors look natural). I’ve had several instances where it improved the look of the sky that was behind me. It’s really great for landscape shots and has several modes for picture taking and video recording. Cameras are nice in low light. Nightscape mode will enhance the picture taken so that you get a clear picture.User experience has been really nice due to the clean android experience. I switched from the OnePlus 6T and everything still felt very intuitive. I did miss the notification bar but it was really easy to get used to Android 12. There are a lot of built in features with the Pixel that make it unique. Call filtering allows it to automatically screen calls. Direct my call converts speech to text and provides options when calling vendors/support. Hold for me detects hold music and waits on hold for you until someone is ready to speak. Phone also includes free access to Google VPN. There are a plethora of other features, but those are some that I found really handy.Battery life is not as terrible as some people have said. However, it’s not great either. It feels standard to me. I will still need to charge at the end of each day. It’s certainly not a 24 hour battery if you use your phone regularly. Charging speed is slow. There’s no hiding it. You can turn off the adaptive charging, but it still takes too long to charge. OnePlus has some of the best charging speeds, but other phones have also been able to up their charging speeds as well. As a 2022 phone, I would’ve expected this to charge much faster.I’ve noticed some occasional strange performance issues that seem to stem from this phone. There have been multiple instances where the phone wouldn’t connect to my car via usb. I would need to restart the phone to get it to work. Video recording will stop and not let you record if the temperature outside is too high. I’ve never had warning on any other phone. I’ve had an issue where I hear no audio on a phone call, but other party can hear my voice. This was fixed by restarting the phone. Some customers reported that the camera bump can easily get scratched. I have a pretty thick case so I haven’t had any scratches. You can also get a skin to cover it.Price is higher than what you pay for. Sure it’s cheaper than Samsung Galaxy. However, it also lacks a lot of the raw power Samsung has. You’re mainly paying for the camera and the features you can only find on a Pixel device. Other than that, the specs aren’t anything that you don’t see in a phone nowadays. If I had not purchased this, I would’ve gone for the OnePlus 11 as it’s at a much cheaper price point and has most of the things I want.Overall, happy with the phone. It’s a nice upgrade from my old phone. I’m not looking for the cutting edge in terms of hardware because I don’t primarily use this for gaming. I appreciate the Pixel exclusive features that actually add to the experience of using this phone. I just wish that some of those bugs get resolved.

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  33. AndeyAndey

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Google pixel 7 pro

    FANTASTIC PHONE FOR THE MONEY, I was looking to replace my iPhone and have always enjoyed the looks of the pixel line. For the cost I couldn’t pass up for a brand new phone! Sure it’s last years model but even then you get all the features you could ever need in everyday use.

  34. Jenny Barb

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    its good phone

    I order white phone. but someone make mistake ,sent me black phoneI am not say phone is no good.but someone at warehouse not pay attentionsent me the wrong phone

  35. JFLitgen

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Excellent excellent phone

    After 4 midrange to Flagship Android phones this is probably the best one I would recommend Google Pixel 7 pro for anyone that likes large face phones six point 7 you can watch movies play games the adversity of this phone is endless

  36. Kevin Nicholls

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Incremental but important update to the Pixel 6 Pro

    As much as I love the pure experience that you get from a Pixel device, the Pixel 6 Pro found itself in my sock drawer due to the really awful 5G reception I was getting on Verizon. Where my S22 Ultra would get 300 megabits down (sometimes more) in a C-Band area, the Pixel could barely squeeze out 100 megabits, with similar choking on the upstream.Well… I’m pleased to say that the updated modem in the Pixel 7 Pro is leaps and bounds better. So much so, that I don’t notice any reception differences between it and my S22 Ultra.As for the rest of the phone, well, if you’re coming from a Pixel 6 series, the differences are going to be much more incremental unless macro photography is your must-have (and to that end, it works beautifully, and is one area where the S22 Ultra and prior Pixels simply don’t compare).Build is very, very similar to the 6 Pro. If you hold them side by side, the biggest difference you’ll probably notice in the physical details is that the right buttons are shifted up a couple of millimeters. Juuuuust enough that you won’t be able to use your 6 Pro case, unless it has a cutout on the side for buttons. The camera visor seems a little more pronounced to me, and the selfie dot seems to blend a bit better, but that could just be the improved display on the 7 Pro. The overall feel is fairly premium, though I think the display has a kind of plastic feel to it. The S22 series feels much more solid and utilitarian, but I’d argue less expensive.Surprisingly, you can notice the improvement in processor speed in several apps, not to mention just scrolling through settings. Again, using my S22 Ultra as a comparison, I can’t say I’ve noticed a performance hit, even though the single core specs on the Snapdragon processor are better. Overall, I think it would be fair to say that the Pixel 7 Pro does all of the things the Pixel 6 Pro does, but faster and sometimes (like with Magic Eraser) better.At launch, there have been a lot of incentives on the Pixel 7 series that make upgrading less expensive — potentially free, and if that’s what you’re weighing a purchase against, I’d say “go for it”. But if you’re looking at a difference of hundreds of dollars to go from a 6 to a 7, I’m not sure I’d recommend that unless you were experiencing the same modem issues that so many other owners had.

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  37. Okin Frater

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    I love this phone

    The camera is amazing and the colour really grew on me.😌

  38. A. Antonio

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Not the Best Android Phone

    It seems like everyone gave this phone the “phone of the year” honor. I’m not sure why. I used it for a while and then went back to my S22 Ultra. Granted, each phone has it’s issues, but S22 Ultra is works better.Works better? Yes. The Pixel 7 Pro has too many bugs. The fingerprint reader, although they say it’s better, doesn’t work half the time. I can’t imagine how bad it was before. Want to use Chrome to surf the web? Sometimes it just refuses to load. You have to jump through hoops to get it working. Want to use face unlock for your banking apps, like on an iPhone – too bad. It doesn’t really work. Want to use that camera they brag about? It crashes more than a drunk, elderly, American driving in London.Want the latest updates on your unlocked, non-carrier locked phone? Too bad, there is a good chance that won’t happen, if you have certain carriers. I’m not kidding. Somehow your network restricts the updates you can get by MONTHS. My S22 Ultra is more up to date than my Pixel. That’s just wrong.If you ignore the bugs, the raw android is mostly okay. It is annoying that you can’t add more than 4 quick apps to your home page. I also wish you could organize your app tray, instead of having a big list. Those are minor things though. The thing that gets me the most is your short cuts. The big bubbles seem awkward at times and having to double swipe to get to the settings shortcut is annoying.The hardware seems fast enough, but it did take nearly two hours to install a security update. That seems excessive. At least everything was done in the background until the reboot prompted.This phone weighs less than the S22 Ultra. It’s noticeable. If you light a lighter weight phone, this is a better option.Now for the biggest plus for this phone – the price. I got this phone in brand new condition for under $600. That’s a lot less than the S22 Ultra. That brings the value you get to almost that of the S22 Ultra. It’s almost good enough to put up with the bugs.

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  39. S.Hogan

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Nice phone but the Curved Screen edges are a BIG No-No!

    Battery life is fairly decent, touch sensitivity is fine, screen clarity is excellent, and the camera is great, but…I severely dislike the poorly considered curve-edged screen they put on the Google Pixel 7 Pro.The phone screen pokes out above the edges of the phone body, which makes the screen and screen protector more vulnerable to breakage. (Normally, I replace my screen protector about once a year, but I’ve already replaced 2 on this phone in the few months since I got it!) Also, manufacturers are having to design the Pixel 7 phone cases with slightly retracted sides so they won’t displace a screen protector’s curved edges, because that causes buckling and poor touchscreen sensitivity. Again, less protecton means more hazard and less protection for the screen.

  40. Scooter

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Touchscreen sucks, Fingerprint scanner useless

    Great phone except for one thing the touchscreen is way to super sensitive, when scrolling it opens everything on news app with out me picking it, instead of letting me scroll down an pick what I want, I’ve reached and done every thing allowed in settings which basically nothing, this is the only issue and it is bad enough I am about ready to trade it for something else,Also the fingerprint scanner is the absolute worst I have ever had, useless! But I have found most of them suck anyway. If it wasn’t for those two things it would be a very strong 5 star phone.

  41. Tommy

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Glad I Bought It-Great Phone So Far

    I’ve been with Verizon for years and always bought new phones through Verizon. This is my first unlocked phone purchase. I’m on a Verizon Family Plan and the plan for all lines was upgraded to a 5G Unlimited Data plan not long after 5G went live. I stuck with my 4G-LTE Moto Z2 Play until now when I pulled the trigger on this Google Pixel 7 Pro (512GB). The phone arrived at my door delivered by Amazon Prime next day. After I first turned on and set up the new Pixel 7 Pro I turned it off then I took the SIM card out of my old beat up Verizon Moto Z2 Play and I dropped it into the SIM slot of my new Google Pixel 7 Pro phone, turned the phone back on, and voilà! The phone immediately connected to 4G-LTE initially and I got frowny face, but about 3 minutes later it automatically switched and connected to 5G with 5 bars and I got big smiley face. It’s been a solid 5G connection ever since. It was just that easy-peazy for me. The phone is snappy and responsive. Phone calls are crystal clear and sound amazing. The screen resolution and picture is fantastic. Super HD quality when watching 1080P or 4K. The speakers of the phone on speaker-phone sound fantastic, and the speakers sound fantastic even when listening to music or watching a video. The volume goes up very loud and it still sounds very good with little to no volume distortion (depending on the source audio). Bluetooth devices are pairing perfectly and without issues. So far, all the features of the phone work great. Security seems tight and the facial recognition and fingerprints work flawlessly thus far. The camera takes extremely good photos and video and even in very low light they come out very good. I’m trying to think of negatives and I can’t really come up with any right now—except maybe that there are a whole heckuva lot of settings of all kinds that you can adjust, which isn’t really a negative at all, but it takes a long time to get it all dialed in on an unfamiliar phone. Security options are many which is a good thing. I’m very happy I pulled the trigger on this so far and I’m not quite sure what to make of the ‘verified purchase’ negative reviews because this Google Pixel 7 Pro rocks. I’ll come back and change my rating if that changes.

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  42. VadimMinasyan

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Love This Phone 🙂

    I think I became Pixel fan. And will continue use Pixel phones. Phone is not ideal, finger print and face recognition are not working perfectly (But good). Found couple of minor bugs. And Battery life is not super long lasting (but is okay through 1 day)But I close my eyes on this things, cause phone feels SO GOOD, I LOVE IT. Camera is awesome, better then IPhones in my opinion. Phone is very comfortable to use.

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  43. johnathan

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Bought Used – Like new and satisfied.

    Phone is basically brand new. Seemed like whoever bought the phone first just returned it within days. Phone was still on Android 13, literally NO signs of damage, so scratches on camera bar nor screen. Battery life is at 100% as well. Everything works as it should on a Pixel 7 pro. I’ve bought tech in used and refurbished condition, but never a smartphone so I was a bit nervous. Glad it turned out splendid

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  44. Christopher Gore

    1.0 out of 5 stars

    Bought with confidence… now I regret buying off of false hype.

    I bought the Pixel 7 Pro 4 months ago (new… not used or from a 3rd party seller), and it has incrementally been causing me to regret buying it. Either I didn’t do enough deep-dive research on this phone, or the hype that’s been building with the Pixel brand of phones over the years has been fabricated. Either way… lesson learned.My issues with this phone have thus far been:1) No matter how much adjusting of the screen & display setting, the screen randomly-to-always responds to finger and/or other pressure sensing to cause the screen to light up. Even in my shirt pocket it will randomly “activate”, and by the time I have pulled it out, the phone has various apps opened. For transparency, I’m one who prefers to not have a screen lock, therefore I shouldn’t have to have one set just to prevent what I just mentioned from happening. Screen lock is supposed to be for security reason… not because the device is glitchy and whatnot.2) More times than not, when I plug the phone up to a proper charging cable & adapter, or better, it will ding and screen light up every few seconds indicating it’s charging like when it is first connected to the charger. Seems like it isn’t charging correctly or there’s a malfunction in the phone’s circuitry. I have tried numerous chargers & cables… same thing. But it isn’t every single time… just most of the time.3) Many times when I am ready to close an app, I have to tap on the bottom screen controls numerous times until it finally responds and does what it’s supposed to do. And I do not use a screen protecting cover… just a case enclosure to protect the body and to keep the phone feeling like a wet bar of soap slipping from my hand when holding it.4) Installing the monthly security updates takes freaking forever! A 40MB – 500MB update should not take very long to install on a current model flagship spec’d phone. It takes so long that the screen timeout feature set to longest possible of 30-minutes (which is absurd that one can’t have the option to choose longer like the good ole days). Once the screen times out, the update is paused until you turn the screen back on, which in turn causes the update process to assume you’re using your phone and states that the update can’t proceed while the phone is in use. You’d think telling the update process to resume would just pick up where it left off and maybe hopefully finish, right?… Nope! It starts all over again! The only way I can get the monthly update to install is to stay in front of my phone to keep an eye on it and to press the Volume up or down button every so often to prevent the screen from timing out and to not accidentally “use” my phone by tapping on the screen or whatever else. It generally takes 1-2 hours to install the update, which is ridiculous! The download part happens smooth & quick, so it’s not a Wi-Fi or using cellular connection scenario… it’s the installation part.EDIT to #4… God forbid any app on your phone throws up just a simple notification at the top. For instance, today April 10th 2023 while trying to get the 40.97 MB monthly update to install, after an hour went by and it was (is) still installing, my Amazon app had a notification come through, without popping up over the update process mind you… just the icon in the upper left corner, the daggum install process “paused” claiming it can’t process the update while the phone is in use. WHAT?!?! So tell me, Google… are your customers expected to have to turn off any & all app background operations, disable all possible notifications/reminders/alerts/etc., text everyone we know to not to attempt to contact you in any way prior to trying to install a month 40 MEGABYTE file that takes 1-2 hours to install?… and every month at that?5) Bluetooth connectivity… over the past month or so, the Bluetooth will be a 50/50 if it’ll connect to any of my Bluetooth devices when it never had a problem before. Even removing & repairing the devices doesn’t fix it. I have to try & try many times most of the time now for the phone to connect and stay connected to the devices. Even power cycling the phone (rebooting) doesn’t help.6) Also, over the past couple of months I have noticed that when I video call with someone, it has been getting worse on the battery during those times. What I mean is, when plugging the phone in to recharge while still using the phone. It used to recharge, albeit slowly, while I would be videoing with another, but now it will either just remain at the battery level its at when plugging it in, or even still drop a % or two. Even my older phones still re-charge while in video call use. Understandable that the re-charge would be slower due to device usage of video calling, but now being stagnate or even still discharging?7) And now, the phone has begun to overheat rapidly when using the phone since the March 2023 security Update. More so when video calling to the point where the phone cuts off… even with the case removed. It’ll be so hot I can’t even hold the phone until it cools off. I have ruled out the Messenger & Skype apps being the issue since I have other Android phones with the latest app version updates of those, and no battery re-charge drain or overheating issues with those. But it’ll also overheat when using other non-video or intense processing apps too in a short amount of time when it never did before. And I always clear out background running apps when I’m done using them every time… so that’s not the issue either.What makes this even more astonishingly absurd to me is, Android is a Google OS software and the Pixel line of phones are a Google hardware product… but yet the Android driven Pixel phones are the ones who seem to be arguably suffering the worst in many critical areas. It’s almost as if they want to punish customers who chose to pay them money instead of going to a competitor. I’m beginning to think Google is now being ran & operated by BARD.The rest of my complaints are more or less personal nit-picks like… can’t remove the date & weather nor the Google search at the bottom from the home screen, can’t increase the screen timeout time longer than 30-minutes, no LED indicator when the screen is off if there are new notifications or if the battery is done charging, random out of the blue phone restarts for no rhyme or reason even when there is no updates… to name a few.Sadly, I can’t return this purchase given that it’s been over 30-days, and Google support is of no help either. So much for having a warranty when they won’t honor it. I highly recommend staying away from Pixel phones.

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  45. Sabayon Linux User

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Nice (Big) phone

    Previously used an iPhone. Could not justify the EXTREME price of a new iPhone. If you love your Samsung phone, well good for you. I hate them. Maybe a true believer will always pay too much for a phone, but the Pixel is a better value right now. I bought the Pixel also for the Camera, which I believe is currently the best available. (YMMV) Battery life is great so far. Display is very nice, and fast, but not something I can go, “Ooh Wow” about. Display just works. I have heard I can actually increase the resolution in settings, but it is OK as it is. This is the biggest, and possibly the heaviest, phone I ever owned. I wanted a big phone to make typing easier, and it works. If you check out the video reviews, you can see that real time voice recognition works flawlessly. I could probably do everything by voice command, almost exclusively, but so far, I am not really into that. Voice mails transcribe to text perfectly. Taking videos, works better than anything I have used before. I guess I only have one complaint: Compared to iOS, Android is a crude joke. With very rare exceptions iOS just works, intuitively. iOS is a polished piece of work. Android is getting better, but you would think by the time it got to version 13, it would also be a work of art. Perhaps there are too many fingers in the Android pie. Apps are generally adequate in selection, and function. As for Gmail App, I hated it years ago, and it has not gotten any better that I can see. Still will not search (has it, never works), still will not quickly and easily do bulk erasures. still has few sorting functions. As for all of the swipe gestures; they are abused. Put some convenient buttons on the screen as well, or instead. My favorite Android fault (that has never been totally addressed) is the craziest of all. Answering an incoming phone call. It is a PHONE people. Yes there may be 15 different ways to answer an incoming call, and that is the problem. The answer button can pop up several different places on the screen, or not pop up at all. I thought I was nuts, because sometimes it seemed like a call would come in, with NO WAY to answer it. I figured, “Well idiot, you just need to take a 400 level course at some prestigious University to learn how to use your phone correctly.” So I asked both friends, and a few strangers, “Do you ever get an incoming call on your Android phone, and have no way to answer the call?” Strangely, THEY ALL SAID YES.This is however, a phone review, so yes, great phone. This is probably the the best value in top end Flagship phones. Consider the price, the features, the reliability, the durability, and customer support. You can pay more, but probably won’t get much more. Exception may be if you want a folding phone, but really, what is that actually worth? If you can stomach paying what they want for the Flagship iOS phone from Apple, those are really nice too. As for smartphone privacy, I can’t stop laughing. The best thing about our smartphones collecting every detail possible about our location, movements, associations, heart rate, hours of sleep, automobile acceleration, searches, and conversations by and around us, is this: Because they can do it, I was not subjected to the humiliation of having a chip implanted into my body against my will. You know, just like they did with the SARS-CoV-2 (2019) mRNA vaccine. The fingerprint reader works for about one or two days, then you have to erase, and re-save, your finger print. I think that is because I actually use my hands for manual tasks, so the lines and cracks move about. Had exactly the same problem with my iPhone, but it was 6 years old. I was hoping for better on a new premium phone.

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  46. SBPCMechanic

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    The smartest of the smartphones that you can get your hands on in 2023 so far

    “I don’t write many reviews, especially on Amazon, and I was initially skeptical about this phone. However, after using it for 14 days and learning how to make smart changes, I truly love it. I can confidently say that it is the smartest smartphone so far this year for the price you are paying.You may be wondering what excites me about this phone. First of all, you should expect some bugs, but Google is good at fixing them. There are always new features being introduced, and with new features come new bugs. So, what do I love and dislike about this phone?One of the things I love is the incredibly accurate dictation through speech, even with my accent. I have used Samsung phones for several years, and while they have a much sharper and darker contrast ratio than other Android phones, their software experience is not as good as Google’s. In my opinion, the Pixel 7 Pro is self-learning and adapts to you. It also emphasizes the most important features of a phone – the phone and texting functions – which is something I missed with all the extra features and bloatware on Samsung phones. For example, even after just 10 days of learning how to optimize this phone, I have never been happier with a phone and it is such a joy to take with me everywhere. I have been dictating texts with no errors so far.The only things I don’t like about this phone are the not as sharp screen compared to Samsung, and the Bluetooth quality is not as good. However, if you use adaptive sound, it improves the Bluetooth quality through your headset. Despite these minor issues, the additional features and ongoing support from Google make this phone well worth the price I paid. I did purchase a Samsung Z Fold 4, but now I have to sell it because this phone is so much more intuitive.When you buy this phone, make sure to spend an hour learning how to use it and making important changes before deciding if it is right for you. If you are looking for a simple phone with amazing functionality at a basic level – just phone and text – this is, in my opinion, the the best choice.”

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  47. Barbara Speir

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Good phone

    I have not used face recognition or fingerprint reader but this phone works great after 4 months–this is the second Google Pixel 7 Pro I have purchased and this one is different in the on/off category—hard to get use to

  48. KT

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Google Pixel 7Pro USA Model Number GE2AE (USA)

    Please read this…….Learned more than l wanted to ordering phones off Amazon as refurbished, prior owner….not brand new.Had a Google 6Pro and connected fine last year to my Crickett Wireless (Owned by(?) AT&T Network. I dropped the phone and the Special Screen cracked and would cost me with a professional repairs of $200-300.Decided to just get another phone off Amazon. So instead of getting another google l decided to get a Samsung and was an international model. Didn,t know international models can,t connect to Crickett. Had to return it to Amazon.After much research l decided on Google Pixel 7 Pro over 8 Pro cause a YouTuber who reviews cell phones said the 8 Pro over heats and looses cell signals, just stops working. Pictures are better but l need a functional phone. So l decided on a great quality picture phone, 7 Pro.In reviews of it l saw a review of the 7 Pro on Amazon. They said you need to get the USA model number GE2AE and the other model (same phone) was the international version which doesn,t connect to USA cell carrier’s.I bought the model number GE2AE which is listed in “Product details”…. under Feature & Specs there is an “Item Details” arrow. Click on it and the model number will be there. If you go on Crickett they sell for alot more money and list there own model number. Don,t worry its this same model GE2AE.I put my Crickett Wireless sim card in and no problems connecting to Cricketts AT&T Network. Follow instructions to transfer your data from your old phone to the new phone.

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  49. Gilles Boudreau

    1.0 out of 5 stars

    Do not buy this phone from Amazon

    Although I happen to love this phone more than all the previous Galaxy phones. Less than 6 months with this phone the upper speaker started making distorted sounds and eventually quit working. Since it’s only function is for calls and a few other sounds that you don’t really notice missing until it has been diagnosed at the speaker is no longer working. I was wondering why my phone calls would end up hearing me but I could not hear them. For a while I thought I was in dead zones and I would end up having to call the people back. When the speaker finally gave up and months of troubleshooting with Google and YouTube and every other way to troubleshoot and all reboots over and over with this phone, it turned out the phone has a hardware problem. The upper speaker was no longer working. The only way I can take a phone call now is on speaker phone which uses the lower speaker and not very professional while doing business or when in the hospital which I happen to be in right now. Google says if you purchase the phone on Amazon (who is not an authorized dealer for Google Pixel phones), they are responsible for the warranty. Good luck with Amazon’s customer service who has wasted over 8 hours of my time on recorded lines. Telling them that this is a business line and it is a recorded line makes them disappear. Even asking for a manager you end up with just another rep pretending to be a manager and then put you on hold forever. They transfer you to other departments who say they have to transfer you again to other departments or put you on hold constantly so a new person picks up the phone and you have to start your call all over again. I have to take a 2 to 3 hour window to make this attempt with Amazon each time until I get so aggravated and need to move on with the rest of your day. My last attempt with Amazon’s terrible customer service I was put on hold for 1:53 minutes. I just put the phone down while I was working to see if anybody would ever come back on the line and of course they never have. I took a screenshot of the amount of time I was on hold on a recorded line to add to my list of wasted efforts. Purchasing from Amazon has gone downhill over the years and a client like me buys 90% of their supplies and products on Amazon lose money. Going to UPS store to drop off bad products or in the past few years returned items that are not even what you ordered or missing parts is a regular weekly trip to UPS stores. The only thing Amazon used to have left was customer service. Amazon has officially lost control of the only thing they had. Even the LIE of next day delivery or two day delivery is gone. Why do I even pay to be a prime member anymore when items are advertised as next day or two days and change during a cash out if you’re lucky to catch it. Sometimes I look on the app for a product and get a price then switch to Google Amazon bring up the identical product for much lesser price. Is all that time wasted trying to not get screwed on prices and returning products 50% of the time even worth it anymore with Amazon? I even noticed this year that several items that were returned with tracking number saying Amazon has accepted the return show on the website that I still need to print the label. After repeated attempts to get reimbursed with customer service reps acknowledging that they receive their products, Amazon has refused to reimburse me. While being left on hold for hours at a time I started going back through my history and notice this on multiple items. They have accepted back in their warehouse but website still says print label. I have the UPS tracking number that matches that label saying it has been accepted at the Amazon warehouse and still no refund no explanation just putting you on hold or transferring you. I now have to go back through the whole year to see how much Amazon has stolen from me. I have done better Business bureau complaints that shows they have accepted their product back but their website still says Print label. The only thing Amazon could say is that they want to see a government ID for suspicious activity? That’s their answer on BBB but they don’t tell you how to give them that government ID. They already send you an SMS message to accept them on my account and have made me confirm my address email etc. How would I be somebody perpetrating and trying to get a refund for the identity they think I just stole. There’s no common sense at all with that and they have no problems allowing me to spend money for months without ever mentioning that they think they’re suspicious behavior on the account. The only suspicious behavior is theirs and their lack of customer service. I have noticed that all the tracking that went to a certain Warehouse in Hebron KY was the comment denominator for non-refund. After being burned with a cell phone by Amazon they are just not worth doing business with anymore. They don’t care about the imported garbage being sold with fabricated name brands with prices that change by the minutes. They don’t care that they are hurting people’s businesses losing time and money. One of my clients purchased plumbing for a bathroom remodel in 2023 and it was a disaster of opened used products missing parts, wrong sizes, showing up late. I had to rebuild their whole bathroom at my cost losing my first client in 30 years. The only thing Amazon did is offer me a $10 Amazon credit for the thousands of dollars I lost. I now I have to go buy $1,000 phone with a more reputable company that will warranty the item if it fails instead of playing games putting you on hold or passing you off to the next customer service rep that will do everything but handle the issue. I’m sorry Amazon but you have lost control of customer service which was the only thing you had left. These past 2 months I have been in the hospital with several surgeries without a proper working cell phone thanks to Amazon who doesn’t care about their loyal clients at all. They are more concerned about who’s going to pay for the buy box on the sellers side. That’s right Amazon will get you frustrated to the point of learning how they actually function and they are all about who is going to pay for the seller’s buy box. They used to protect buyers in the past but they no longer protect even business accounts who need to make a living buying on this site. As soon as I can walk again Amazon has forced me to go back to stores where I will end up saving time and money. If anybody has read this far with this review look up Amazon complaints on better Business bureau. It may make you go back and look at your account after you figure out how to get through their accounting nightmare. If you can work spreadsheets it’s the easiest way to figure it out.

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  50. Paul J. Camp

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Worst fingerprint sensor

    I swear, for a premium phone, Google has the worst fingerprint sensor on Earth. If you don’t put your finger dead bang on the sensor, it will not recognize you. If said finger is rotated even just a degree from the orientation in which you recorded your finger, it will not recognize you. This is ridiculous. You futz around making tiny adjustments in finger positioning until you hit 3 times and then have to log in with a code anyway. There is no reason that Google’s software should not be able to make minor rotations or position adjustments to compare a finger to what is stored. That’s what everyone else does. Aside from that, I don’t really see anything wrong with this phone.

  51. Lisa

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Nice

    Love the 7 Pro!!!!

  52. Marv. T

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    It doesn’t have the duplicate and lock app feature

    I’m so pleased with everything since the order was placed till it was delivered, it was delivered in time, the package was sealed and new as it’s description, an incredible service.The down side is mainly from a manufacturers side, being Google a huge if not the biggest company out there; not including the charging wall adapter and most importantly, the clear protector that comes with all devices, it just makes them look disgustingly greedy. The device is beautiful, I’ve been a Huawei user till the P30 pro that had Google services, and was terrified that this one wouldn’t fit my needs but it delivered beyond expectations, two of the features I used the most are not in the operative system, the App lock and replicate app, which is sad because I love those features, aside that… a massive, incredible and resourceful device.I didn’t rate de face recognition because I haven’t even try it, it’s just a feature I’m not a big fan of.

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  53. MasterTarl

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Good phone takes time to learn

    I have been a Samsung owner since the S3 and always have their Note flagship. However, I find it very difficult to pay $1000 for a phone. I am just too old school, so I thought I would try the pixel pro 7.Performance is nearly equal to the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra speed and response. Regarding camera quality, Samsung S22 Ultra hast Google beat by a quarter mile. Samsung will also load more legacy apps than the Pixel 7 Pro. I could not import my contacts, calendar events, and personal notes—a massive downfall for Pixel Pro 7. Battery life is stated to be two days. I suppose if you don’t use it, that may be true. I consider myself a casual user. I make 4 to 6 calls, check email hourly, read news articles four times a day, roughly 10 – 15 texts daily, and I get approximately 14 hours of battery. If you are a power user, you’ll most likely have it on a charger three times a day or more.It comes with Android 13, which is full of new features that takes awhile to get used to. Fortunately, Google has provided many prompts to help with your first selection. Word of advice, before making any selection, write down the feature name; if you don’t like what you selected, you will spend hours searching for how to undo it. It’s help section is good only if you know the exact name of the feature you are looking to change. And there are a bunch of new ones.Overall, it appears to be a quality-built phone. And if you overlook its camera feature, it is a worthy competitor for the S22 line.

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  54. Jeffrey N Hampton

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    The accelerometers are broken out of the box.

    This is an amazingly fast phone with good storage. I miss not having a dedicated back button like my previous Galaxies but all around an impressive phone. It would be even better if it didn’t take pictures upside down. The accelerometers where broken out of the box. I was hoping that applying all of the updates would have fixed it but in all honestly it was only gotten worse. Pictures are upside down, panorama pictures just can’t be reliable taken. Sometimes when you switch a program to landscape it will just close rather than switch. Auto-rotate doesn’t do anything. Turning it off is better because some programs then give you the chance to turn to landscape. The setup for this phone was the easiest I’ve ever had it. That transfer process worked great but not the accelerometers.

  55. Brent H.

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Please do yours a favor and Buy

    The Google Pixel 7 Pro is definitely worth the Buy and your money. I’ve had a decent amount of Smartphones and the Pixel 7 Pro is probably in my top 5 of must have phones.

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  56. George

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Great pictures, interface limitations

    Came over to the Pixel 7 series of phones after being a long-time Samsung Galaxy user. I’ve used my Pixel 7 for about 2 weeks at the time of this review.The main feature that drew me to the Pixel line was computational photography. My wife has been a long-time Pixel user and the way her camera automatically applies settings to take great photos was a compelling feature to me. With the Pixels adopting IP68 waterproofing as standard sometime since my previous phone (Galaxy S10), I was happy to jump ship.As of this review, the Pixel has one key issue in my eyes, which is the ability to customize the user interface – which is quite limited. It just isn’t comparable to the OneUI user experience which Samsung offers out-of-the-box in my opinion. Fortunately, I was able to meet most, though not all, of my customization needs through the use of the Nova Launcher app, which I recommend highly with this phone.

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  57. Micah Mobley

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Best phone I’ve ever used* (*Read review)

    To be clear, this is the first “flagship” phone I have ever purchased. For years I have operated (sufficiently) with more affordable phones and have never really regretted it. But running a business I wanted the excellent processing because I use it alot. I also want to be able to take clear, high quality photos of our events. Rather than tote around a separate camera for that, this phone absolutely meets those needs.I was a Motorola fan prior to getting this because their battery life would easily get me through two days without a charge. The Pixel 7 Pro will not get me through two entire days, but will definitely get me through a portion of the second day until I can get it to a charger.I would rate the value for money as a 5 star, if there were an included charging block. Having to fork out that additional money took away from that a little bit.Facial recognition and fingerprint sensor work fine for me (I have read reviews where others had issues). But I have had no issues, even after putting the screen protector film on.Quick gestures was something I liked about my motorola devices, and was kindof sad to lose those. But the customizable double tap for the Pixel 7Pro does allow me quick access to the flashlight function.This is also the cleanest version of android I have ever used. Since there is not a bunch of bloatware that I will never use but cant be taken off, I can actually use the storage space as I NEED it to be set up. About the only things I miss on the phone are a 3.5mm aux jack and the SD card expandable memory option. Those were not deal breakers for me, but about the only thing I miss from my prior phones. That all being said, at this point (about a month into using it) I would absolutely recommend the phone, especially if you can get it on sale.

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  58. Devendra Gujar (Tieto India Pvt. Ltd.)

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Excellent phone

    Good camera and many more features

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