A few days ago, Google unveiled the new best-of-its-kind smartphones, Pixel 7 and 7 Pro. These phones have affordable prices, interesting specifications and are attacking the market with an excellent ratio of quality and cost. It is impossible not to compare them with Apple devices, on the other hand, we know that Pixels are the iPhones of the Android world, since, like their Cupertino counterpart, they feature a perfect combination of hardware and software.
Today we want to set you up with an interesting challenge: iPhone 14 Pro Max versus Google Pixel 7 Pro, which are two 6.7-inch pans; Which one do you choose then?
iPhone vs. Google: The Challenge You Didn’t Expect
First, we must point out that it is impossible to determine a winner. It depends on smartphone usage and ecosystem. If you own everything from Apple, the choice is obviously the iPhone. If you have a bunch of Android, Windows, and Apple products, you might want to consider the Pixel 7 Pro since then It costs 899.00 € While Apple Pro max . starts from 1489.00 €. The price gap is not small. But the difference in the US is shrinking: $899 versus $1099.
Googlephone screen 6.7 inches QHD + OLED with a resolution of 3120 x 1440 pixels and a refresh rate of 120 Hz; On the other hand, the iPhone is 6.7 inch Super Retina XDR, 2796 x 1290 pixels, LTPO up to 120Hz. Rest assured that you will never see the pixels either way.
The first processor is the new Tensor G2 with 12GB of RAM, while Apple has adopted an A16 Bionic processor with 6GB of LPDDR5 RAM. On the one hand we have 128, 256, 512 GB and on the other hand we have a space of up to 1 TB.
On the back we have three optics with a main sensor on both models 48 MP. The challenge here will be on the field. On the other hand, the Pixel 7 Pro has a 10.8 MP camera with f2.2; The Pro Max is 12MP with an f/1.9 aperture.
5000mAh battery for Android and 4323mAh for iPhone by. What would your choice be?
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