The Google Pixel 7 Pro powered by the second-generation Tensor G2 SoC was unveiled in India last week. Now, Google’s latest high-end smartphone has surpassed the iPhone 14 Pro as the top smartphone in the DxOMark camera rankings. The Google Pixel 7 Pro scored 147 points overall. It has a triple rear camera setup on the back consisting of a 50-megapixel primary sensor, a 48-megapixel telephoto lens, and a 12-megapixel ultra-wide sensor. The Google Pixel 7 Pro scored 148 in the photo test and 143 in the zoom test. The iPhone 14 Pro scored 146 points on DxOMark, while the iPhone 14 Pro Max scored 149 points.
DxOMark has released a detailed camera review of the new Google Pixel 7 Pro. The Google smartphone’s overall camera ranking in the benchmark is 147. That’s higher than the 146 points earned by the iPhone 14 Pro. The Pixel 7 series phones with the Honor Magic 4 Ultimate now top DxOMark’s list of top camera smartphones. It was followed by the iPhone 14 Pro, Huawei P50 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro in third, fourth and fifth places, respectively.
The Google Pixel 7 Pro scored 148 points for still photos, 143 points for zoom, and 143 points for video. The phone scored 70 in bokeh and 74 in preview. The latest phones seem to take photos and videos with consistent results in all conditions. The DxOMark team has provided some comparison photos to get a glimpse of the onboard progress.
DxOMark reviewers gave the ultra-wide camera on the Google Pixel 7 Pro 109 points and 111 points for its telephoto capabilities and breadth.
The exposure score in the photo was 113 and the color score was 119. DxOMark notes that the phone offers good detail across all zoom ranges from ultra-wide to telephoto. Good contrast, backlit portrait scenes, and fast and accurate autofocus in photos and videos are the main improvements observed on benchmarking sites. Video recording was also improved on the Pixel 7 Pro, with the phone scoring 106 for exposure and 110 for color. Its 143-point video recording performance trails its closest competitor, the iPhone 14 Pro, which scored 149 on DxOMark. Meanwhile, the Honor Magic 4 Ultimate scored 137 points.
DxOMark says the Pixel 7 Pro’s camera suffers from shadow noise in high-contrast and low-light scenes. The site notes that color casts and some loss of detail in indoor video shots, and image noise in close-up zoom close-ups are other drawbacks the site points to.
The Google Pixel 7 Pro was launched last week at a price of Rs. The 12GB RAM + 128GB storage model alone is 84,999. It comes in Hazel, Obsidian, and Snow colors, and features a 6.7-inch Quad-HD (3,120 x 1,440 pixels) LTPO OLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate. It’s powered by an octa-core Tensor G2 SoC coupled with 12GB of RAM and 128GB of onboard storage.
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