The triple-lens array is led by a 50-megapixel primary camera with an f/1.85 aperture and the ability to capture 4K videos at up to 60fps. It is assisted by an optically stabilized 48-megapixel telephoto camera that delivers 5x optical zoom and up to 30x Super Res Zoom. For ultrawide photography, Google has fitted the Pixel 7 Pro with a 12-megapixel camera.
Software tricks include Macro Focus using the zoom camera, an upgraded magic eraser, photo unblur, manual white balance adjustment, and of course, an improved night sight that will now deliver results twice as fast courtesy of the updated Tensor G2 ISP. The Tensor G2 is based on a 4nm process and works with 2+2+4 clusters with a Titan M2 security co-processor.
The main camera can also capture 10-bit HDR videos, complete with cinematic blur and pan effects, alongside timelapse in 4K and astrophotography modes. For selfies and video calling, the Pixel 7 Pro offers a 10.8-megapixel front camera that can do 4K 60fps videos, as well. Google is promising five years of software updates for the Pixel 7 Pro, which is definitely reassuring.
Cellular connectivity is handled by 5G, both the sub-6 GHz and mmWave flavors. The rest of the wireless connectivity suite is rounded up by Bluetooth 5.2, Wi-Fi 6E, NFC, and Google Cast. The fingerprint sensor is positioned below the display, but face unlock can also handle the authentication duties. Interestingly, Google will only offer a 2-year warranty in the EU and Australia, but the rest of the markets (including the United States) will only get 1-year warranty coverage on the new flagship.