Final stretch to get a big discount on the Google Pixel 7 Series

    

You want to take advantage of the latest discounts of the Sales on Google Pixel 7 Series smartphones, but between the Pixel 7a, the Pixel 7, and the Pixel 7 Pro, which one is really made for you? Here are their main technical characteristics compared to help you in your choice.

    

Regarding the design, the three models of Google Pixel display a distinct aesthetic, but share a similar design philosophy. The Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro feature photo sensors integrated into a horizontal glass bar on the back, offering a modern and sleek look. The Pixel 7a, although following this trend, stands out with a slightly different approach in the integration of its sensors, offering a more compact solution. The profiles of the smartphones are designed to be ergonomic: the Pixel 7a and the Pixel 7 have slightly rounded edges for a comfortable grip, while the Pixel 7 Pro, with its larger size, may be slightly bulkier. In terms of colors, the Pixel 7a is available in green, gray, or charcoal, the Pixel 7 Pro in sage green, snow, or black, and the Pixel 7 in lime green, white, or black, offering a range of choices to meet personal preferences.
In terms of dimensions, the three smartphones have significant differences. The Pixel 7a measures 152 mm in height, 72.9 mm in width, and 9 mm in thickness for a weight of 193.5 grams, positioning itself as the most compact and the lightest model. At the other end, the Pixel 7 Pro, with dimensions of 162.9×76.6×8.9 mm and a weight of 212 grams, is the largest and heaviest of the three. The Pixel 7 is in an intermediate range with dimensions of 155.5×73.2×8.7 mm and a weight of 197 grams. These differences in size and weight can influence everyday usability and comfort.

As for battery life, the battery capacities vary slightly: the Pixel 7 Pro has the largest battery of 5000 mAh, closely followed by the Pixel 7 with 4355 mAh and the Pixel 7a with 4400 mAh. However, it is the energy management and software optimization that will determine the actual battery life. Supported charging speeds also differ: 30 watts for the Pixel 7 and 7 Pro, compared to 20 watts for the 7a, with the additional possibility of wireless charging and reverse charging for the 7 Pro and 7 models. These features place the Pixel 7 Pro at the top in terms of charging flexibility, followed by the Pixel 7 and finally the 7a.

Which one is the most powerful and which has the best screen?

At the heart of these devices, the Tensor G2 processor is present throughout the range, ensuring solid performance. The Pixel 7 Pro stands out with its 12 GB of RAM, compared to 8 GB for the Pixel 7 and 7a, and offers storage options of up to 256 GB, compared to 128 GB for the 7a. None of the models allow memory extension via a micro SD card, emphasizing the choice of storage capacity at the time of purchase. In terms of power and processing capacity, the Pixel 7 Pro is therefore at the top, followed by the Pixel 7 and the Pixel 7a, the latter offering excellent value for money.

Regarding the display, the AMOLED screens of the three models promise quality visual experiences. The Pixel 7 Pro stands out with its 6.7-inch screen with a resolution of 1440×3120 pixels and a refresh rate of 120 Hz, offering superior image clarity and smoothness. The Pixel 7 with its 6.3-inch screen and the 7a with its 6.1-inch screen, both at 90 Hz, also provide remarkable visual performances, but the Pro offers the most immersive and smoother experience than the other two.

What configurations for photos and what connectivity?

In photography, the Pixel 7 Pro takes the lead with a set of three sensors offering versatility and superior image quality, thanks notably to its 48-megapixel telephoto lens with 5x optical zoom and dual optical and electronic stabilization. The Pixel 7 includes the same sensors except for the telephoto lens. The 7a, although performing well, lags behind with a less elaborate configuration but still capable of capturing high-quality images. All three devices benefit from exceptional image processing that allows for very beautiful shots. However, the Pixel 7 Pro can go further than the other two with its zoom.

Finally, connectivity is another aspect where these smartphones stand out, all supporting Wi-Fi 6E, NFC technology, but lacking a headphone jack, not offering the possibility of connecting a headset. The waterproof certification varies slightly, with IP68 for the Pixel 7 and 7 Pro, and IP67 for the 7a, all offering excellent protection against water and dust. The placement of the fingerprint reader under the screen ensures easy access and excellent security for all models.
 

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