Google has unveiled its latest hardware products, including the Pixel 7, Pixel 7 Pro, and Pixel Watch. Google’s new family of devices is shaping up to be more cohesive than ever before, and most of them are available for pre-order now. The notable exception was the Pixel Tablet, and here, there were a few fun surprises.
The phones have an aluminum camera bar rather than the glass and plastic of last year, and it merges seamlessly into the rest of the frame. All the metal is made from recycled material, too.
While these phones have the new Tensor G2 chip, Google glossed over the architecture specifics (yes, it’s a bit more modern and capable). For instance, Tensor G2 powers several new camera improvements like Photo Unblur, which sharpens fuzzy photos, and it even works on images you’ve taken on old phones. When you zoom in, a new generation of Super Res Zoom will sharpen your photos, no matter which lens you use. At 5x, the new telephoto sensor takes over, letting you advance up to 30x with AI sharpening.