Google has finally launched two new smartphones to the market after a long days. The brand new devices Pixel and Pixel XL operates with Android Nougat and inbuild with daydream VR technology. WIth latest release of Google Pixel and Pixel XL to compete along with Iphone 7.
One of those is the iPhone 7, which, while not the most exciting iPhone iteration, is still likely to be one of the most popular phones available.
Here is some of the top specification comparison between Google Pixel vs Apple iPhone 7:
Apple’s latest smartphone iPhone 7 is not much has changed in terms of design while compared with previous version iPhone 6. The iPhone 7 takes most of its cues from its predecessor, coming with the same metal casing, curved sides and flat back.
When it comes to the Pixel and Pixel XL, things aren’t all that different to the iPhone models. The phones are rectangular with rounded edges and even feature antenna lines on the bottom of the backplate.
iPhone 7 – Apple’s two devices come with either a 4.7-inch or 5.5-inch screen. Well, the iPhone 7’s Retina screen makes for a 1,334 x 750 resolution, while the Pixel comes with a Full HD offering.
Pixel – While the Pixels come with either a 5-inch or 5.5-inch display. Google looks to have beaten Apple again in this department, providing a 1,440 x 2,560 resolution on the Pixel XL.
iPhone 7 – With 2GB RAM and a new A10 Fusion core, that uses two cores for the more intensive tasks and two for lighter tasks, the iPhone 7 provides top-level performance and a fluid user experience.
Pixel – The phones come with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 chip which is said to offer a 10% boost to processor performance. They also have 4GB RAM and run the new Android Nougat OS, but it’s that Snapdragon 821 that has us most excited.
iPhone 7 – With dual 12-megapixel lenses, Optical image stabilisation, and a 1/2.7-inch sensor, the iPhone 7 Plus is sure to take some of the best pictures you’re likely to get from a smartphone camera.
Pixel – The Pixels come with a 12.3-megapixel setup, with an f/2.0 aperture. There are also some interesting software features we’re intrigued to test out – especially the HDR Plus mode which Google claims will produce some of the best smartphone photos ever.
iPhone 7 – Apple’s packed a non-removable Li-Ion 1,960mAh battery into the iPhone 7, and we have to say, this is the new iPhone’s least impressive feature. In fact, the battery on the iPhone 7 has, in our experience, the shortest life of any mainstream phone over the past couple of years.
Pixel – The Pixel and Pixel XL’s batteries are also non-removable, and come in 2,770 and 3,450 sizes respectively.