Google Pixel 7 Pro 5G Smartphone

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  • Google Pixel 7 Pro is Google’s top-of-the-line phone powered by Google Tensor G2 for enhanced speed, efficiency, and security
  • Unlocked Android 5G phone compatible with various carriers including Google Fi, Verizon, T-Mobile, and AT&T
  • Adaptive Battery can last over 24 hours, extendable up to 72 hours with Extreme Battery Saver mode
  • Features a 6.7-inch Smooth Display that adjusts up to 120Hz for a stunning and immersive viewing experience
  • Equipped with a 5x telephoto lens with 30x Super Res Zoom and an upgraded ultrawide lens for Macro Focus
  • Enhanced security with Google Tensor G2 and Titan M2 security chip, along with upcoming VPN by Google One integration
  • Includes Google Assistant support, easy device pairing, and Find My Device feature for Pixel phones, Pixel Watch, or Pixel Buds
  • Durable design with IP68 protection, scratch-resistant Corning Gorilla Glass Victus, and water/dust resistance

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Description

The Google Pixel 7 Pro, a flagship 5G Android phone, stands out for its premium smartphone experience. It’s powered by the Google Tensor G2 processor, a unique feature that makes it faster, more efficient, and more secure than its counterparts. The phone’s standout feature is its camera, which offers the best photo and video quality yet on a Pixel device, making it a top choice for photography enthusiasts.

The Google Pixel 7 Pro’s camera setup is a game-changer. It’s equipped with a telephoto lens and a wide-angle lens, allowing you to effortlessly capture stunning images. The 5x telephoto lens, combined with 30x Super Res Zoom, gives you the power to zoom in on subjects without sacrificing image quality. The upgraded ultrawide lens, with its Macro Focus support, enables you to capture intricate details up close, enhancing your photography experience.

The Google Pixel 7 Pro’s 6.7-inch Smooth Display is not just about size; it’s about performance. This intelligent display adjusts up to 120Hz, delivering a stunning and immersive viewing experience. Whether you’re browsing the web, watching videos, or playing games, the display ensures smooth and responsive performance, enhancing your overall smartphone experience.

When it comes to battery life, the Pixel 7 Pro is a true champion. Thanks to its Adaptive Battery technology, it can last over 24 hours on a single charge. With Extreme Battery Saver mode enabled, the phone can extend its battery life to up to 72 hours, ensuring you stay connected and confident throughout the day.

Rest assured, security is a top priority on the Google Pixel 7 Pro. With the Google Tensor G2 processor and Titan M2 security chip, the phone is fortified with multiple layers of security to safeguard your personal information. Additionally, the phone comes with a VPN with Google One built-in, offering added protection for your online activities.

Designed to empower you, the Google Pixel 7 Pro features Google Assistant for effortless assistance, easy device pairing, and the Find My Device feature to locate your Pixel phone, Google Pixel Watch, or Pixel Buds. The phone also boasts a durable design with IP68 protection, making it water—and dust-resistant.

Overall, the Google Pixel 7 Pro is a powerhouse smartphone that combines cutting-edge technology, top-notch camera capabilities, and robust security features. With its sleek design, long-lasting battery, and impressive performance, this phone is a standout choice for users looking for a premium Android experience.

Product Features:

  • High-resolution 6.7-inch OLED display
  • Improved camera system with advanced computational photography features
  • Equipped with the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon chipset for fast performance
  • 5G connectivity for lightning-fast internet speeds
  • Water and dust resistance with an IP68 rating
  • Long-lasting battery with fast and wireless charging capabilities
  • Comes with Android 13 with guaranteed updates for at least 3 years
  • Premium design with a metal and glass build

Additional information

Specification: Google Pixel 7 Pro 5G Smartphone

Product Dimensions

6.42 x 3.02 x 0.34 inches

Item Weight

7.4 ounces

Item model number

GE2AE

Batteries

1 Lithium Ion batteries required. (included)

OS

Android 13.0

RAM

128 GB

Connectivity technologies

Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, NFC

Special features

Water resistant

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

Date First Available

October 6, 2022

Memory Storage Capacity

128 GB

Standing screen display size

6.7 Inches

Ram Memory Installed Size

12 GB

Battery Capacity

5000 Milliamp Hours

Weight

7.36 ounces

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Price History

Price history for Google Pixel 7 Pro 5G 128GB Fully Unlocked - Excellent
Latest updates:
  • $355.99 - July 2, 2024
  • $373.99 - June 26, 2024
  • $358.99 - June 20, 2024
  • $355.99 - June 11, 2024
Since: June 11, 2024
  • Highest Price: $373.99 - June 26, 2024
  • Lowest Price: $355.99 - June 11, 2024

World News

Google Launches New Price Cut Promotion For Pixel 7 - Forbes
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Pixel VPN by Google going live for 7/Pro and Fold owners on beta - 9to5Google
June 3, 2024 - 9to5Google
You Can Get a Google Pixel 7 or 7 Pro for up to 56% Off Right Now - Lifehacker
May 30, 2024 - Lifehacker
Put a 512GB Google Pixel 7 Pro in Your Pocket for Just $479 Today - CNET
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Exclusive first look: Here's Chrome OS running on an Android phone - Android Authority
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Google Pixel 9 and 9 Pro Rumors: Pixel XL, New Design, Tensor G4 - CNET
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  1. Amila

    I bought the Pixel 7 Pro 4 months ago (new… not used or from a 3rd party seller), and it has incrementally been causing me to regret buying it. Either I didn’t do enough deep-dive research on this phone, or the hype that’s been building with the Pixel brand of phones over the years has been fabricated. Either way… lesson learned.

    My issues with this phone have thus far been:

    1) No matter how much adjusting of the screen & display setting, the screen randomly-to-always responds to finger and/or other pressure sensing to cause the screen to light up. Even in my shirt pocket it will randomly “activate”, and by the time I have pulled it out, the phone has various apps opened. For transparency, I’m one who prefers to not have a screen lock, therefore I shouldn’t have to have one set just to prevent what I just mentioned from happening. Screen lock is supposed to be for security reason… not because the device is glitchy and whatnot.

    2) More times than not, when I plug the phone up to a proper charging cable & adapter, or better, it will ding and screen light up every few seconds indicating it’s charging like when it is first connected to the charger. Seems like it isn’t charging correctly or there’s a malfunction in the phone’s circuitry. I have tried numerous chargers & cables… same thing. But it isn’t every single time… just most of the time.

    3) Many times when I am ready to close an app, I have to tap on the bottom screen controls numerous times until it finally responds and does what it’s supposed to do. And I do not use a screen protecting cover… just a case enclosure to protect the body and to keep the phone feeling like a wet bar of soap slipping from my hand when holding it.

    4) Installing the monthly security updates takes freaking forever! A 40MB – 500MB update should not take very long to install on a current model flagship spec’d phone. It takes so long that the screen timeout feature set to longest possible of 30-minutes (which is absurd that one can’t have the option to choose longer like the good ole days). Once the screen times out, the update is paused until you turn the screen back on, which in turn causes the update process to assume you’re using your phone and states that the update can’t proceed while the phone is in use. You’d think telling the update process to resume would just pick up where it left off and maybe hopefully finish, right?… Nope! It starts all over again! The only way I can get the monthly update to install is to stay in front of my phone to keep an eye on it and to press the Volume up or down button every so often to prevent the screen from timing out and to not accidentally “use” my phone by tapping on the screen or whatever else. It generally takes 1-2 hours to install the update, which is ridiculous! The download part happens smooth & quick, so it’s not a Wi-Fi or using cellular connection scenario… it’s the installation part.

    EDIT to #4… God forbid any app on your phone throws up just a simple notification at the top. For instance, today April 10th 2023 while trying to get the 40.97 MB monthly update to install, after an hour went by and it was (is) still installing, my Amazon app had a notification come through, without popping up over the update process mind you… just the icon in the upper left corner, the daggum install process “paused” claiming it can’t process the update while the phone is in use. WHAT?!?! So tell me, Google… are your customers expected to have to turn off any & all app background operations, disable all possible notifications/reminders/alerts/etc., text everyone we know to not to attempt to contact you in any way prior to trying to install a month 40 MEGABYTE file that takes 1-2 hours to install?… and every month at that?

    5) Bluetooth connectivity… over the past month or so, the Bluetooth will be a 50/50 if it’ll connect to any of my Bluetooth devices when it never had a problem before. Even removing & repairing the devices doesn’t fix it. I have to try & try many times most of the time now for the phone to connect and stay connected to the devices. Even power cycling the phone (rebooting) doesn’t help.

    6) Also, over the past couple of months I have noticed that when I video call with someone, it has been getting worse on the battery during those times. What I mean is, when plugging the phone in to recharge while still using the phone. It used to recharge, albeit slowly, while I would be videoing with another, but now it will either just remain at the battery level its at when plugging it in, or even still drop a % or two. Even my older phones still re-charge while in video call use. Understandable that the re-charge would be slower due to device usage of video calling, but now being stagnate or even still discharging?

    7) And now, the phone has begun to overheat rapidly when using the phone since the March 2023 security Update. More so when video calling to the point where the phone cuts off… even with the case removed. It’ll be so hot I can’t even hold the phone until it cools off. I have ruled out the Messenger & Skype apps being the issue since I have other Android phones with the latest app version updates of those, and no battery re-charge drain or overheating issues with those. But it’ll also overheat when using other non-video or intense processing apps too in a short amount of time when it never did before. And I always clear out background running apps when I’m done using them every time… so that’s not the issue either.

    What makes this even more astonishingly absurd to me is, Android is a Google OS software and the Pixel line of phones are a Google hardware product… but yet the Android driven Pixel phones are the ones who seem to be arguably suffering the worst in many critical areas. It’s almost as if they want to punish customers who chose to pay them money instead of going to a competitor. I’m beginning to think Google is now being ran & operated by BARD.

    The rest of my complaints are more or less personal nit-picks like… can’t remove the date & weather nor the Google search at the bottom from the home screen, can’t increase the screen timeout time longer than 30-minutes, no LED indicator when the screen is off if there are new notifications or if the battery is done charging, random out of the blue phone restarts for no rhyme or reason even when there is no updates… to name a few.

    Sadly, I can’t return this purchase given that it’s been over 30-days, and Google support is of no help either. So much for having a warranty when they won’t honor it. I highly recommend staying away from Pixel phones.

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  2. Christopher Gore

    Tiene una excelente cámara , funciona muy bien el único detalle es cuando se pone a cargar la batería este se calienta pero es muy bien producto

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  3. Gary B

    I bought this used and it said could show some minor scratches but when I open the box up this thing look like it was brand new I was very pleased I was also very pleased with the video and pictures I used this phone for my medical use I’m still doing some more tests on the video I believe the 4 K was a little bit choppy I may need to enable stabilization but far as using it right now and the way it looks I bought a brand new phone at a used price. Thank you very much and I mean that sincerely. I bought the pixel 7 pro 256 megabytes And a while back ago I bought another used phone from Amazon that was a pixel 4 xl And the same thing I bought it used and I got it out of the box it was perfect it was like brand new

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  4. G. Ross

    I have only truly loved one cell phone. That was my Samsung Galaxy S4. My Galaxy S1 was so cheap it didn’t even have a flashlight. My S7 annoyed my so much I literally threw it out the window. I upgraded to the Pixel 3XL.

    That was a (mostly) good phone. From day 1, the internal GPS was messed up so it never told my Nest thermostat I was home, and the thermostat would always change to away mode while I was still in the house. Using store apps was also difficult as it would think I wasn’t in Walmart, or Home Depot, and not allow me to search for items in the stores.

    C’est la vie, I lived with it for 4 years, until it’s quirks and foibles had me to the point where I smacked it with my fist and cracked the screen. So much for Gorilla Glass. No bother, I scored the 7 Pro on sale.

    The 7 Pro keeps some great and useful features from the 3Xl, such as double tap the screen when it’s off to bring up the lock screen. Love that. I’m a troglodyte and basically use my phone to talk, text, browse, and take the (very) occasional picture. I could easily get away with a midrange phone, but I like big screens, and fast processors. The sale price was a good deal, so I bought this.

    Features I love that were not on my 3XL; double tap the back to perform a preset command. You can use it to take a screenshot or pause the media you’re playing, etc. Very handy! The lock screen gives the option to have the clock in one grid, as opposed to the 3XL, once it was updated to Android 10, wherein the clock was split into top and bottom for hours and minutes.

    The phone seems a good deal faster than the 3XL. The upgrade to Gorilla Glass Victus from GG5 should hopefully help prevent damage. I don’t know whether it’s the GGV, or the liquid glass I had applied to the screen for protection, but the glass attracts a lot of dust! I must clean it regularly. I also don’t really care for the curved glass on the screen edges. I’m not really sure what the point of that is, but it can make reading text difficult, and it can cut off letters on the edges.

    It is a big phone, which is what I wanted, but it will be difficult to perform one-handed operations unless you have big hands like myself. Even then, it can be a chore. The one thing I don’t like, is the sensitivity of the screen. Holding it one-handed, I use my thumb to scroll up and down. This will easily cause the screen to think you’re long-pressing, and highlight the text to allow you to copy/paste/google search, etc. It’s the single most annoying quirk I’ve discovered.

    I’ve tried adjusting the screen sensitivity level to no avail. My 3XL never did this, and the screen size is virtually identical to the 7 Pro. The only fix, is to adjust how I hold the phone so that my thumb is more perpendicular to the screen and not as much of my thumb is touching. This means that it’s not as secure in my palm so I have to take great care not to drop it.

    Overall, I like this phone. Samsung has a lot going for it, but I’m happy with my purchase. It’s also very easy to use and set up. While I’m certainly not a noob, I’m not as tech savvy as I could be. Yet, I had the phone up and running within an hour or so with all my configurations locked in, and adjusted. And no GPS issues either!

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  5. Amila

    Pictures are amazing, clear. And perfect.. .
    Battery I would say doesn’t long as it says 24h. But using phone all day of course it’s not gonna last that much. We all know that. But I like it. Am keeping it. .
    Picture above. ( I just removed my daughter from there 😁)

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  6. Aldo p.

    Estaba dudoso de que el celular fuese completamente nuevo pero si lo es, me acaba de llegar 4 días antes de lo previsto y vino todo sellado.
    Totalmente recomendado

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  7. Eddy Juárez

    Llego en tiempo y forma, caja original, no trae cubito de carga lo cual es normal.
    comprar en amazon ha sido una excelente opcion, hace poco compré un pixel 6 pro reacondicionado (a otro vendedor) y vino defectuoso pero el rembolso prosedio facil.

    PROS
    -Bonito diseño, se siente muy bien al tacto, la pantalla se siente con pocos bordes, buen brillo, muy buen touch y tiempo de respuesta al tacto. se siente muy pro desde ese sentido
    -la camara es muy bonita, hay que aprender a usarla pero saca muy buenas fotos desde el inicio, la camara selfie esta decente aunque no tan impresionante como la principal.
    – se personaliza muy lindo, buen interfaz
    -No he tenido problemas con Telcel aqui en MEXICO. funciona bien

    Puntos negativos o a considerar:
    – el tema del calentamiento, no tan preocupante como esperaba, vivo en Yucatán, México. y lo pedi en mayo con 42 grados C. con sensaciones superiores, en esas condiciones cerca de las horas mas calidas si es preocupante si quieres usar la camara, en reposo no es tanto un problema, yo trabajo en aire acondicionado y tampoco se siente.
    El dia 1 mientras configuraba el equipo si lo senti caliente, pero con el paso de los dias y con el uso regular no es un tema preocupante, practicamente normal y eso que ha la clima ha sido igual de caluroso.
    ojo si lo ocupas para estar en un clima similar en exteriores mucho tiempo no lo compraria, en lugares con un clima mejor no creo que sea un problema en lo absoluto.

    – diseño super resbaloso, necesita funda si o si, yo pregunte en tiendas fisicas en mi ciudad y no tenian, asi que les recomiendo pedirla en linea lo antes posible para usarlo tranquilamente.

    -el sonido es decente, no excelente, a mi no me molesta, sin embargo venia de un oppo con sonido estereo muy lindo y si senti la diferencia

    —–
    Lo recomendaria, si un 100% y aqui con muy buen precio

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  8. Excelente teléfono muy buena cámara y funciona muy bien aún que cuando se pone a cargar la batería se calienta un poco

    Es mi primer Pixel.

    Tuve miedo de comprarlo porque siempre me basaba en la potencia del procesador y dejando de lado lo demás. Soy de usar gama media en los sectores altos o medios.

    La verdad, no me arrepiento en nada de comprar este Pixel pues he notado que es fluido, se escucha genial, el motor de vibración se nota premium y ni hablar de las fotos.

    Hecho en falta la carga o la duración de bateria, pero espero cambiar de a poco la costumbre de cargarlo por ratos en el día. Tampoco es como si se me terminará la batería en 3 o 4 hrs… Me ha durado al rededor de entre 7 y 8 hrs de bateria aprox. Y si lo cargo de ratos (15, 20 min), ni cuenta me doy de cuanta batería me queda.

    La verdad valió cada maldito peso jaja

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  9. Eddy Juárez

    Se calienta mucho al usarlo.
    Actualización se calentó solamente la primera vez. Ahora ya me funciona bien y no se calienta

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