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Google Pixel 7 Pro – 5G Android Phone – Unlocked Smartphone with Telephoto/Wide Angle Lens, and 24-Hour Battery – 256GB – Obsidian

(7 customer reviews)

Original price was: $999.00.Current price is: $1,720.51. BZD

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  • Google Pixel 7 Pro is Google’s best-of-everything phone; powered by Google Tensor G2, it’s faster, more efficient, and more secure, with the best photo and video quality yet on Pixel[1].Other camera description:Front,Rear
  • Unlocked Android 5G phone gives you the flexibility to change carriers and choose your own data plan[2]; works with Google Fi, Verizon, T-Mobile, AT&T, and other major carriers
  • Pixel’s Adaptive Battery can last over 24 hours; when Extreme Battery Saver is turned on, it can last up to 72 hours[3]
  • The Google Pixel 7 Pro 6.7-inch Smooth Display makes everything stunning and immersive[4]; it intelligently adjusts up to 120Hz for smoother, more responsive performance[4]
  • Google Pixel 7 Pro has a 5x telephoto lens with 30x Super Res Zoom[5]; the upgraded ultrawide lens powers Macro Focus to capture the smallest details
  • With Google Tensor G2 and the Titan M2 security chip, your Pixel is built with multiple layers of security to help keep your personal info safe
  • VPN by Google One (coming soon) is built into Pixel 7 Pro to help protect your online activity, no matter what app or web browser you use[6]
  • Get hands-free help with Google Assistant, pair devices easily, and use Find My Device to locate your Pixel phone, Google Pixel Watch, or Pixel Buds[7]
  • With its durable design and IP68 protection, your phone can handle water and dust[8]; it’s also scratch-resistant, with Corning[R] Gorilla[R] Glass Victus[TM]
  • Please refer to the product description section below for all applicable legal disclaimers denoted by the bracketed numbers in the preceding bullet points (e.g., [1], [2], etc.)

Specification: Google Pixel 7 Pro – 5G Android Phone – Unlocked Smartphone with Telephoto/Wide Angle Lens, and 24-Hour Battery – 256GB – Obsidian

Product Dimensions

6.42 x 3.02 x 0.34 inches

Item Weight (ounces)

7.4

ASIN

B0BCQVFQHD

Item model number

GE2AE

Batteries

1 Lithium Ion batteries required. (included)

OS

Android 13.0

RAM (GB)

256

Connectivity technologies

Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, NFC

Other display features

Wireless

Human Interface Input

Touchscreen

Other camera features

Rear, Front

Form Factor

Bar

Color

Obsidian

Battery Power Rating

4926

Whats in the box

SIM Tool, Quick Switch Adapter, Cell Phone, USB-C to USB-C Cable, Quick Start Guide

Manufacturer

Google

Country of Origin

China

Date First Available

October 6, 2022

7 reviews for Google Pixel 7 Pro – 5G Android Phone – Unlocked Smartphone with Telephoto/Wide Angle Lens, and 24-Hour Battery – 256GB – Obsidian

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  1. Jayanthi D

    Received the phone with old box and phone is scratched on back camera section.

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  2. Vishal Pramod Shimpi

    The seller has been excellent as he sent phone and package on time,The phone is working with JIO Volte and its amazing but itdoesn’t shows VoLTE symbol on network icon on home screen.The Phone is bulky squarish and not made to the mark from Google.I will recommend it to by the Pixel 5 mobile/ Zenfone 9 / Xperia 5 mark 4Speakers are not to the mark and the audio is dull just sounding through local speakers.Samsung / Sony is giving quite good audio and it feels in the nerves.While I appreciate seller to get superb on delivery part and packaging snow white colorlooks amazing.

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  3. Nidhi j.

    It’s been one month the phone has hanged more than 10 times not worth the money

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  4. Nidhi j.

    overall performance, premiumness and camera quality superb, there are lots of features which is not present in other phonegiving 5 rating

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  5. Joy

    🥰🥰🥰🥰 perfect pixel ever

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  6. Sabayon Linux User

    Previously used an iPhone. Could not justify the EXTREME price of a new iPhone. If you love your Samsung phone, well good for you. I hate them. Maybe a true believer will always pay too much for a phone, but the Pixel is a better value right now. I bought the Pixel also for the Camera, which I believe is currently the best available. (YMMV) Battery life is great so far. Display is very nice, and fast, but not something I can go, “Ooh Wow” about. Display just works. I have heard I can actually increase the resolution in settings, but it is OK as it is. This is the biggest, and possibly the heaviest, phone I ever owned. I wanted a big phone to make typing easier, and it works. If you check out the video reviews, you can see that real time voice recognition works flawlessly. I could probably do everything by voice command, almost exclusively, but so far, I am not really into that. Voice mails transcribe to text perfectly. Taking videos, works better than anything I have used before. I guess I only have one complaint: Compared to iOS, Android is a crude joke. With very rare exceptions iOS just works, intuitively. iOS is a polished piece of work. Android is getting better, but you would think by the time it got to version 13, it would also be a work of art. Perhaps there are too many fingers in the Android pie. Apps are generally adequate in selection, and function. As for Gmail App, I hated it years ago, and it has not gotten any better that I can see. Still will not search (has it, never works), still will not quickly and easily do bulk erasures. still has few sorting functions. As for all of the swipe gestures; they are abused. Put some convenient buttons on the screen as well, or instead. My favorite Android fault (that has never been totally addressed) is the craziest of all. Answering an incoming phone call. It is a PHONE people. Yes there may be 15 different ways to answer an incoming call, and that is the problem. The answer button can pop up several different places on the screen, or not pop up at all. I thought I was nuts, because sometimes it seemed like a call would come in, with NO WAY to answer it. I figured, “Well idiot, you just need to take a 400 level course at some prestigious University to learn how to use your phone correctly.” So I asked both friends, and a few strangers, “Do you ever get an incoming call on your Android phone, and have no way to answer the call?” Strangely, THEY ALL SAID YES.This is however, a phone review, so yes, great phone. This is probably the the best value in top end Flagship phones. Consider the price, the features, the reliability, the durability, and customer support. You can pay more, but probably won’t get much more. Exception may be if you want a folding phone, but really, what is that actually worth? If you can stomach paying what they want for the Flagship iOS phone from Apple, those are really nice too. As for smartphone privacy, I can’t stop laughing. The best thing about our smartphones collecting every detail possible about our location, movements, associations, heart rate, hours of sleep, automobile acceleration, searches, and conversations by and around us, is this: Because they can do it, I was not subjected to the humiliation of having a chip implanted into my body against my will. You know, just like they did with the SARS-CoV-2 (2019) mRNA vaccine. The fingerprint reader works for about one or two days, then you have to erase, and re-save, your finger print. I think that is because I actually use my hands for manual tasks, so the lines and cracks move about. Had exactly the same problem with my iPhone, but it was 6 years old. I was hoping for better on a new premium phone.

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  7. Jerry

    One of the best smartphone camera systems on the market. Phone is fast and responsive. Has a bunch of features exclusive to Pixel phones. But there are a couple downfalls that prevent it from being perfect.Not much to say about the cameras except that they are awesome. Everyone already knows Pixels have some of the best cameras. I do like the automatic edits once you take a picture (it’ll try to make the colors look natural). I’ve had several instances where it improved the look of the sky that was behind me. It’s really great for landscape shots and has several modes for picture taking and video recording. Cameras are nice in low light. Nightscape mode will enhance the picture taken so that you get a clear picture.User experience has been really nice due to the clean android experience. I switched from the OnePlus 6T and everything still felt very intuitive. I did miss the notification bar but it was really easy to get used to Android 12. There are a lot of built in features with the Pixel that make it unique. Call filtering allows it to automatically screen calls. Direct my call converts speech to text and provides options when calling vendors/support. Hold for me detects hold music and waits on hold for you until someone is ready to speak. Phone also includes free access to Google VPN. There are a plethora of other features, but those are some that I found really handy.Battery life is not as terrible as some people have said. However, it’s not great either. It feels standard to me. I will still need to charge at the end of each day. It’s certainly not a 24 hour battery if you use your phone regularly. Charging speed is slow. There’s no hiding it. You can turn off the adaptive charging, but it still takes too long to charge. OnePlus has some of the best charging speeds, but other phones have also been able to up their charging speeds as well. As a 2022 phone, I would’ve expected this to charge much faster.I’ve noticed some occasional strange performance issues that seem to stem from this phone. There have been multiple instances where the phone wouldn’t connect to my car via usb. I would need to restart the phone to get it to work. Video recording will stop and not let you record if the temperature outside is too high. I’ve never had warning on any other phone. I’ve had an issue where I hear no audio on a phone call, but other party can hear my voice. This was fixed by restarting the phone. Some customers reported that the camera bump can easily get scratched. I have a pretty thick case so I haven’t had any scratches. You can also get a skin to cover it.Price is higher than what you pay for. Sure it’s cheaper than Samsung Galaxy. However, it also lacks a lot of the raw power Samsung has. You’re mainly paying for the camera and the features you can only find on a Pixel device. Other than that, the specs aren’t anything that you don’t see in a phone nowadays. If I had not purchased this, I would’ve gone for the OnePlus 11 as it’s at a much cheaper price point and has most of the things I want.Overall, happy with the phone. It’s a nice upgrade from my old phone. I’m not looking for the cutting edge in terms of hardware because I don’t primarily use this for gaming. I appreciate the Pixel exclusive features that actually add to the experience of using this phone. I just wish that some of those bugs get resolved.

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