Google’s next flagship series isn’t that far off, especially if the conventions of the previous launch period are adhered to. It makes us imagine a wish list of things we really hope to see from the launch of the Pixel 7 and 7 Pro.
The Mountain View firm absolutely wasted no time to reveal the Pixel 7 and 7 Pro. We know there will be some minor tweaks in the Pixel 6 bug redesign – hopefully that means big improvements. As you can imagine, the second-generation Tensor chip is also at the heart of the upcoming smartphone duo, but no details are yet available on how it will compare to its predecessor or the competition.
Our previous Pixel 6 wishlist was well supported when the devices finally hit the market. That said, a few lingering issues haven’t helped Made by Google’s current flagship smartphones, as fans complain about a few common issues.
Video – Google Pixel 7 and 7 Pro wishlist: what we really want to see
Improved fingerprint scanner and Face Unlock
The biggest bone of contention that most people have with the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro is the fingerprint scanner. This is downright the biggest complaint we’ve seen. Google is ditching the scanner from the Pixel 6 in the next Pixel 6a and at least according to the first official unboxings, it looks like it will be much faster and hopefully more accurate.
If an improved under-display scanner is used, it should be more reliable for anyone using the Pixel 7 series. Removing a capacitive fingerprint reader didn’t go as smoothly as Google would have hoped . That’s why we would also like Face Unlock to come with the new Pixel series as well. It is a confusing situation to see how Face Unlock works appear in the recent Android 13 beta built, but we’d also like the ability to unlock using facial recognition alongside an in-display fingerprint scanner.
Pixel 4’s Face Unlock was fast and accurate. While we wouldn’t expect a full return of the feature without a 3D face-scanning camera, we hope Google’s software option finally makes it to the next fully baked devices. Sure, it wouldn’t be as secure, but it would be a nice inclusion nonetheless. Maybe eventually we’ll see Face Unlock return properly, but until then we can at least hope.
Improved camera zoom range
Inserting a 4x periscope zoom lens into the Pixel 6 Pro was a great decision. With the help of Super Res Zoom, images look great even beyond the 10x zoom range. Add a dash of Google color tuning and post-processing courtesy of Tensor, and it’s been an incredible comeback for the Pixel camera.
Ever since Huawei wowed with the The incredible zoom capabilities of the P30 Pro, Android makers have steadily improved the telephoto lens on flagship phones. After a few years of a main wide and ultra-wide combination, the Pixel 6 Pro is the first flagship since the Pixel 4 to offer bigger zoom controls.
Now that Google is back in direct competition with the best in the business after a complete camera upgrade, it would be great to go a step further and increase the zoom capabilities of the Pixel 7 Pro with a range of extended hybrid zoom. Going beyond the 10x optical range would certainly be a start and would allow for even better images beyond the current 20x zoom cap on the Pixel 6 Pro.
120Hz for both screens of the device
A 120Hz display was high on our Pixel 6 wishlist, but this time around we want to see it on the smaller Pixel7 series as well. Sure, the normal Pixel 6’s 90Hz panel is fine, but that 30Hz bump makes a big difference to how Android 12 works. The animations are just a bit smoother and for anyone coming from an older model or a phone with a 60Hz screen, that would be quite a noticeable jump.
Adaptive screen resolution
While it’s highly likely that we’ll see the Pixel 7 with an FHD+ display and the Pixel 7 Pro with a QHD+ panel, it would be great to have the ability to adjust the screen resolution in device settings. . This could no doubt be added to Android 13, if it were a Pixel-exclusive feature it would be very welcome.
For the Pixel 7 Pro specifically, the ability to downscale to FHD+ resolution and retain a 120Hz refresh rate may provide some battery longevity benefits, although this could also be a great option to include. in Battery Saver and Extreme Battery Saver modes. Switching to HD+ resolution could be great for getting several days of battery life alongside all the other tweaks applied when those modes are on.
Faster wired charging speeds
Our wish was granted last year with the addition of the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro with 30W charging. is not a “real” 30W load because even if you buy the optional PSU, you’ll actually get close to charging 23W using the accessory.
The new Pixel Stand also only tops out at 23W, which isn’t exactly fast and is even less impressive given that older 18W PSU loads have broadly similar speeds. That’s why faster charging has once again been carried over to our Pixel 7 wishlist.
50W wired charging would be a great addition, especially if the Pixel 7 series keeps big batteries above the 4,500mAh threshold. We’re unlikely to see the charger return to retail packaging, but it would be a good option for those looking to improve charging speeds.
Improved tensor performance
Google’s first try at a custom processor was pretty solid overall. Of course, it’s not the most powerful and it’s not quite at the top of the benchmark rankings. That doesn’t mean we wouldn’t like to see a little extra grunt under the hood of the second-generation Tensor chip.
If he can approach the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 and still offer the extra processing power for things like real-time translation and enhanced image effects, so we’d consider it a hit. Gaming is a vast field in which Tensor CPU doesn’t quite stack, most games run smoothly, but it would be great to see a few more frames in the more intense mobile titles. As long as it masters the basics and outperforms the first-gen Tensor processor, Google is a winner again.
Uniform screen frames
The Pixel 5 has the best looking Pixel display to date and that’s down to the use of uniform display bezels on all sides. While that might explain the use of a pretty terrible under-display earpiece speaker, but even so, the Galaxy S22 and S22+ prove that it’s possible to have uniform bezels and great speakerphones. earphone speaker.
Android 12 and hardware You actually feel more comfortable with the rounded sides and small bezels of the Pixel 5 than the Pixel 6 series, its more boxy visual appeal. Shaving your forehead and chin would be a great way to ensure that Android 13 “fits” better into the upcoming flagship duo in our opinion.
Pre-applied screen protector
Not all screen protectors are created equal, but when many other high-end Android phones come with a basic pre-applied protective shell, we start to wonder why Google hasn’t followed suit. not. Samsung, Oppo, OnePlusand Xiaomi are far bigger players in the market and provide that basic level of coverage for brand new devices at a host of price points.
Of course, if this is not possible due to Google’s emphasis on using recycled materials, we can accept this decision. After launch, it was a minefield trying to get a good quality screen protector for the curved display of the Pixel 6 Pro in particular. Google has never offered pre-applied screen protectors, but the Pixel 7 series would be a great place to start as a “premium” product. Also, having some level of out-of-the-box protection would be greatly appreciated.
What hardware or software features do you have on your own Pixel 7 wishlist?
Is there anything you’re really hoping for or looking forward to from the Pixel 7 and 7 Pro? Let us know your Pixel 7 wishlist items in the comments section below.
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