Google Pixel 7 goes on sale in India as of today and comes with a lot of improvements over the Pixel 6 that hasn’t been officially launched in India. The Pixel 7 is actually the first flagship Pixel phone to be launched in the country since the Pixel 3 series. It comes with a new Tensor G2 chip, a new design, and more. However, how does the new Pixel phone compare to the Apple iPhone 14, the latest iPhone out there? Here’s a quick head-to-head match between the two phones to help you pick one for yourself if you’re planning to buy a new flagship phone.
The Google Pixel 7 price starts at Rs 59,999 in India without any offers, which is much lower than the iPhone 14 starting at Rs 79,900. But with the cashback offers, you can get a Pixel 7 for Rs 49,999 and less assuming you exchange the phone. Keep in mind that the said MRP is for the basic storage variants of each phone. While the iPhone 14 comes with higher storage options, the Pixel 7 is only available with 128GB in India
Software and ecosystem
The Apple iPhone 14 comes with the Apple iOS 16 interface, part of the Apple ecosystem, complete with a Lightning charging port and seamless and easy connection to other Apple products like AirPods and MacBooks.
Meanwhile, the Pixel 7 comes with stock Android 13, and while the Android ecosystem may not be quite as cohesive as the Apple ecosystem, being a Pixel brings phone benefits like regular Feature Drop updates, bundled storage benefits, and even a bundled VPN service. The Road. However, the VPN service is not coming to India. The Pixel 7 also has a Type-C connection, making it the universal device that can be charged with any Type-C cable.
The Apple iPhone 14 comes with a 6.1-inch (1170 x 2532) OLED display with HDR10 support, Dolby Vision support, and a brightness of 1,200 nits. The display is an older Apple design, and it doesn’t have a Dynamic Notch, instead an option for the classic Apple notch that’s also found in the Apple iPhone 13.
For the Pixel 7, we have a slightly larger 6.3-inch (1080 x 2400) AMOLED display with a 90Hz refresh rate and HDR10+ certification. The phone also has a peak brightness of 1,400 nits and comes with a hole punch in the middle.
The iPhone 14 is powered by the Apple A15 Bionic chipset, the same chipset that powered last year’s iPhone 13 Pro versions. Although it’s not the brand’s latest chipset on the market, the A15 is still a performance-oriented flagship that can handle multitasking with ease, along with all the games out there on the iOS platform right now.
The Pixel 7 comes with the new Tensor G2 chipset, which is not yet set against other chipsets in terms of performance. However, Google claims it’s a huge improvement over the Pixel 6’s Tensor chip over last year, which was already a powerful chip with some nifty AI capabilities.
iPhone 14 comes with a dual camera setup on the back including two 12MP ultra-wide cameras and ultrawide cameras. While the cameras feature Apple’s leading color dynamics and take great photos, they feel outdated in terms of resolution compared to the new 50MP cameras on the iPhone 14 Pro. Regardless, the cameras can still record 4K videos at up to 60 frames per second. We also have a 12MP front camera that is also capable of 4K 60fps recording.
The Pixel 7 also comes with dual cameras on the back including a 50-megapixel main camera and a 12-megapixel wide-angle camera. The setup is also capable of recording 4K 60fps video. You also get Google’s premium AI-powered features here like Magic Eraser and smart photo blurring, even old photos from other phones. The Pixel 7 also gets a 10.8MP front camera that can also record 4K 60fps.
The battery is charging
The iPhone 14 has a 3,279 mAh battery that supports USB Power Delivery 2.0 and wireless charging. Meanwhile, the Pixel 7 comes with a bigger 4,355mAh battery with 30W fast wired charging and wireless charging support as well.
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