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Google Pixel vs iPhone 7 Review: The One with Very Great Software; Quite Better Specs, and Really Worth It! [VIDEO]

Google Pixel or iPhone 7? Here's quick comparisons on features and software
Google Pixel or iPhone 7? Here's quick comparisons on features and software
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Google Pixel and iPhone 7 have been released and it is time to be able to compare both flagship smartphones in terms of software, features and performance. Here's a full detail of what makes them different from one another.

Google Pixel vs iPhone 7: The screen resolution

Pixel sports 5-inch AMOLED screen and pixel density of 441 ppi. The iPhone 7 is still in LCD quality with 326 ppi pixel density for its 4.7-inch screen.

Google Pixel vs iPhone 7: The software

When iPhone 7 camera was introduced, people were amazed by how amazing the images it results. A 12 MP rear shooter packs OIS, quad-LED flash and phase detection autofocus. However, even without OIS, Google pride themselves as its Pixel camera is rated 89 by DxOMark. Surprisingly, iPhone 7 scores 86.

The key is in the improved software. The ability to capture incredibly fast and the gyro-based stabilization for video recording have made a top notch camera pairing in Google Pixel, Android Headlines reported.

Google Pixel vs iPhone 7: The storage

Both premium phones offer no card slot. iPhone 7 users have to choose 32/128/256 GB with 2GB of RAM. Google Pixel comes with 4GB of RAM and 32/128 GB of internal storage, as listed in GSM Arena.

However, users get the advantage when owning a Pixel phone. They can have an unlimited storage in Google Photos. This means that users can store images at full resolution for free, without worrying that they would eat up the space.

Google Pixel vs iPhone 7: VR compatible

Tim Cook has previously stated that Apple may have more interest in AR than VR. This is why iPhone 7 is not as great as Pixel with its Daydream when it comes to VR compatibility.

Google Pixel vs iPhone 7: The headphone jack

Last but not least, one of the most satisfying things from Google Pixel would be the 3.4 mm headphone jack.

From this point, Google Pixel does a better job in camera, VR experience and many other aspects that makes it better value for money than the iPhone 7.

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