Google Pixel 7a vs Pixel 7 vs Pixel 7 Pro | Camera, Gaming, Life!

Comparing Google’s Pixel 7a vs the Pixel 7 and Pro, to see which smartphone boasts the best camera tech, gaming experience etc for you. I’ve tested all three as my full-time phone, including the affordable Pixel 7a and that pricey 7 Pro. So here’s my verdict on how they stack up and check out my unboxing and review of all three!

The Google Pixel 7a costs just £449 in the UK and offers very similar specs to the Pixel 7. Performance is handled by the Tensor G2, with 8GB RAM, while the 90Hz OLED screen is another FHD panel with HDR10 support. However, the Pixel 7a sports a different camera sensor (IMX787) vs the 7 and 7 Pro, which use an Octa PD Quad Bayer setup instead. All the same, photo quality is similar until the lighting is more ambient, while Google’s phones all deliver 4K 60FPS video recording.

Gamers will enjoy a smooth (ish) frame rate on Genshin Impact, along with the Game Dashboard feature. It’s stock Android 13 on all three smartphones, with years of OS and security updates lined up.

Battery life is thankfully good on all three too. The Pixel 7a struggled for the first week, but since then it’s been more dependable, with over six hours of screen on time per charge. The 7 and 7 Pro recharge faster however, with 30W tech.

So which are you more tempted by? My full unboxing and review of that Pixel 7a is live right now!

Google Pixel 7a vs Pixel 7 vs Pixel 7 Pro Chapters:
0:00 – Anyone for a threeway?
0:37 – Design
2:29 – Android & features
4:22 – Display & audio
5:54 – Performance & gaming
7:26 – Battery
8:32 – Cameras
12:21 – Byyeeeeeee

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