Pixel 7 Pro outperforms DxOMark: After a long time there is a new king in the ranking of cameras mobile phone, mobile phonebut not only that, because Google’s new top of the range is in second place display quality (after iPhone 14 Pro Max) and the third for the front camera (after iPhone 14 Pro and Huawei P50 Pro).
Camera and display score at the top
A camera that is fully convincing this time and proves to be an ace in practically every test field. Especially here what its strengths are, both in terms of cameras and display.
Consistent experience across all apps and features
It excels in photos and videos of friends and familywhich offers good skin tone reproduction and natural contrasts in all conditions
Excellent autofocus capabilities in photos and videos that help freeze the action, capture the moment accurately, and great face tracking capabilities in videos
Overall good zoom performance that delivers good detail at all zoom distances
Great selfie photos and videos with natural skin tones, precise exposure and wide dynamic range, even in difficult conditions
Effective video stabilization the front and rear cameras
Pretty big depth of field This makes it suitable for most types of selfies, even with large groups
Great viewing experience while watching HDR10 videos with sufficient brightness
Excellent color rendering of the display and brightness adjustment in most lighting conditions
…and there are some downsides too
Based on the saying that all that glitters is not gold, the Pixel 7 Pro has gods too weakest pointswhich certainly don’t ruin the overall experience.
- Slight loss of detail and some noise with closeup zoom
- faces out of focus when using the front camera at close range
- Visible noise in low-light photos
- Short duration of brightness increase outdoorswhich affects readability
But will it be true?
In short, DxOMark has almost nothing but praise for the Pixel 7 Pro, as we do in our review, and it’s all the more important when we think so Pixel 6 Pro It’s only 12th in the rankings for rear cameras, 6th for selfies and 23rd for displays, a sign of how much Google worked well all aroundAnd not just in the photographic field.
Obviously, DxOMark’s guidelines are not irrefutable, and there are certainly those who will say that they are “rigged”. For our part, we can only tell you that in our opinion Pixel 7 Pro is the premium smartphone of the year, and it seems that it is a very common opinion on the internet. Are we all getting paid by Google, or is there some truth to it? To you users the tedious sentence!
Google Pixel 7 Pro
6.7 “QHD + / 1440 x 3120 PX
10.7 MPXƒ / 2.2
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