If you don’t want to take our word for it, DXOMark ranked Pixel 7’s Camera and display #1 camera and #1 display in its “high-end” category, meaning it’s the top phone in the $400-$600 price range. It’s not bad, right?
The question is why DXOMark Camera and display so much? As for the camera, they say the overall picture ability is excellent with a score of 145 out of 152. The phone’s bokeh capabilities were also highly praised. Separate notes were also marked for the camera’s real tone, video capabilities, autofocus and consistency. These are all things we could tell you. Instantly instantly.
In the display of things, the readability, video, color, speed and touch categories all come in with high grades.
- Great HDR10 video viewing experience with adaptive brightness and contrast
- Correct screen colors for all use cases
- Adaptive readability, especially indoors and in low light conditions
Naturally, one downside is battery life. The phone ranks as #18 in the category, but again, we’re not surprised. The battery is really the phone’s only real weakness. If you want to read a little deeper into DXOMARK’s tests, follow the link below and you’ll find additional links to its display and camera tests.
If you’re looking for more reasons to buy the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro, look here.