Google revealed its latest devices in the Pixel family at their hardware event, including the Pixel 7 and 7 Pro, and Chrome Unboxed condensed it into 819 seconds.
If you’ve ever laid hands on the Pixel 6 Pro, you know what to expect, here [Pixel 7 Pro]. The main differences in the build quality come down to the metal around the cameras and a less-pronounced curve to the screen. While not flat this time around, the curvature of the sides of the front panel are far less pronounced and I love it. I got used to it eventually on the Pixel 6 Pro, but I still prefer flat screens. The Pixel 7 is definitely not flat, but the curve on the sides feels far less intrusive while still giving it the higher-end look Google is after.via Chrome Unboxed
I’ve been umming and ahing about getting a Pixel 7. I currently have a Pixel 5 and that has done me well for the last few years. The improved hardware quality is an obvious draw but that camera ridge thingy at the back (technical term) puts me off.