Google Pixel 7 Pro is now the best camera smartphone, beating the iPhone 14 Pro

Google Pixel 7 Pro dominates the DxOMark chart with its overall camera performance, beating the iPhone 14 Pro.

It’s been a long time but the Google Pixel is back! No, not in India but on the DxOMark table. The Google Pixel 7 Pro has just passed the DxOMark test and won over all other phones. Not exactly on top, but the Pixel 7 Pro shares the top step with the Honor Magic 4 Ultimate. With an overall score of 147, the Pixel 7 Pro ups the iPhone 14 Pro’s score of 146. The score differences are only 1 point apart, but we have our new camera champion.

The Pixel 7 Pro scores 148 points for its still photography, which includes 143 points for zoom and 143 for video. The video score is where the Pixel 7 Pro falls behind the iPhone 14 Pro, which scored 149. The iPhone 14 Pro also has a better selfie camera than the Pixel 7 Pro, as suggested by scores of 145 and 142 respectively.

Google Pixel 7 Pro is a better camera

Although the DxOMark tests put these phones through several scientific tests, it should be noted that both phones are almost equally good and you are bound to get the best results whichever you choose. We’re currently testing the Pixel 7 Pro’s camera and so far it has impressed us with its night photography and natural skin tones. The iPhone 14 Pro Max, however, has a slight edge with fine detail as well as better white balance.

As a reminder, the Pixel 7 Pro has a 50 MP main camera with an af/1.9 and a 1/1.3-inch aperture lens. This is accompanied by a 48MP telephoto lens with 5X optical zoom and uses Google’s Super Hi Res Zoom for up to 30X digital zoom. Finally, you can see a 12MP ultrawide camera. The front camera uses a 10.8MP camera.

Google, however, uses the Tensor G2 chipset and its smarter AI algorithms to scale images and improve video performance. This one also features a larger 6.7-inch Quad HD+ OLED display with a variable refresh rate of 10Hz to 120Hz.

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