Google launched the new Pixel 7 lineup; there are two models – the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro. As we can guess, before its launch, there’s no significant changes. But, Google introduced awesome features through its AI improvement, which paired with a powerful Tensor G2 chip, including new feature to Real Tone, along with the new Cinematic Blur, Photo Unblur and Super Res Zoom features. Also, the smartphone has the ability to help visually impaired people take selfies through “Guide Frame”.
The most interesting feature is Cinematic Blur, this feature will give the same portrait-like blurred backgrounds for a video that you get in photos, and it will make the subject get a better result. This feature is supported by the high speed and low latency of the Tensor G2 chip, so the chipset can deliver a beautifully shallow depth of field.
Google offers Photo Unblur to repair the bad quality of photos. The AI can detect the blur parts automatically and remove them in a few taps.
The Pixel 7 introduces the Real Tone feature that improves the photo skin tones of a diverse range of people. Google has collected thousands of sample to its dataset to improve the feature for a wider range of skin tones. This works on Google’s low-light Night Sight mode and Portrait mode as well.
The Super Res Zoom feature allows users to make zoom up to 30x. There’s a “remosaicing” process to reduce the noise and raise the sharpness. The Pixel 7 can capture at 2x and 10x on the Pixel 7 Pro through its 12.5MP camera sensor.
Zoom stabilization from the new Google Pixel 7 is very fantastic; it works great on wide zoom photos while providing steadier shots. The display is supported by a 10-bit HDR; it lets users to brighter and more colourful photos and take the best advantage of the HDR display. Finally, the Pixel 7 Pro has a new Macro focus that takes more benefits of the wider field of view to allow for a great closeup photos.
Guided Frame feature helps the user to make a well-composed selfie. The voice coach will suggest you move up, down, or to the side until its AI believes you’re in the best place to shoot. The True Tone offers an excellent display colour as well.
Google is still using the Pixel 7, and the Pixel 7 Pro still comes with 50-MP main and 12-MP wide cameras, with the Pixel 7 Pro using the same 48-MP telephoto camera as before. Both models have the same selfie camera sensor – a 10.8-MP front camera, compared to the 8-megapixel camera on the Pixel 6 Pro.