The Pixel 6 Pro redefined what it meant to be a Google flagship. It threw everything at the wall, adopting a fresh design, a third rear camera, and Google’s in-house Tensor chip to stand apart from the crowd. Most of the changes stuck, but others, like weak charging, a wonky fingerprint scanner, and poor thermal management showed that the creator of Android still had some polishing to do. Now we have a new set of Pixels to play with, headlined by the top-of-the-line Pixel 7 Pro. It’s time to find out if Google is another year wiser or just another year older. This is Android Authority’s Google Pixel 7 Pro review.
Google Pixel 7 Pro
$899 at Amazon
About this Google Pixel 7 Pro review: I tested the Pixel 7 Pro (128GB) over a period of seven days. It was running Android 13 on the October 2, 2022 security update and the July 1, 2022 Google Play system update. Google provided the unit for this review.