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  1. Traderkos

    I just got the Pixel 7 on Friday the day after the release day. I’m migrating from a Samsung S21 5G so I’ve always gravitated towards the value, smaller flagship phones. Trade-in amount was great direct and almost covered the full cost of the phone/equal to what I paid for it. It was mainly for the great intro deal that I jumped at upgrading a phone that was only 1.5 years old. Also read about the Samsung batteries expanding… Nondescript package came 1 day after ordering. In box, comes with USB-C cable and a USB to USB-C adaptor, no AC adaptor plug at all. I had thought about getting the lemongrass then the white but ended up getting the boring black on the advice of my daughter but also thought it would stand up to wear and tear the best. Out of the box it’s very very glossy. It’s OK but it’s had fingerprints since you first touch it. One weird thing is the box was scuffed up on the outside and the phone had particles on it like it had been opened but this was straight from the factory. I tried to use an eSIM to activate and save the trip to the store but a las the technology didn’t work and phone got stuck in a activation no where land. Luckily on Saturday there was a store open that could help me out b/c the phone support is closed on weekends?! Long story short, store was able to get on the phone with their “specialists” and get the phone activated by using a physical SIM. After that, brought the phone home went through the menus and use a USB-C to migrate my apps, data over in no time. Easiest upgrade ever (aside from the activation hiccup which is par for course). Overall first impressions is it’s a much nicer phone that my Samsung Galaxy S21. Feels better built with more weight with a cleaner more responsive UI than the Samsung One UI. I looked at online videos to learn how to switch between active apps. I really never did like or find value in all the Samsung apps, much prefer a pure, clean OS which of course the Pixel is. Power button, volume up/down are flipped between the Samsung and the Pixel but intuitively I much prefer the Pixel with the power on the top. As I said, I mainly got the Pixel b/c of the trade-in deal that essentially made the phone free to upgrade. I saw the launch event and was very excited about the unblur photo option and being a tech person all the AI/ML stuff enabled by the new Tensor G2. So far after 2 days very glad I upgraded. I have to confess I also upgraded b/c I was having issues with cellular connectivity on through my Verizon MVNO carrier and I read online that this could be a Samsung issue. I’m not a gamer and use my phone mainly to text, as a MFA code generator, for vendor apps (restaurants, transit), and web browsing so my demands are not that great. I’ll report back after a while with an update on reliability and any issues found.

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  2. KZ900

    I moved from a Pixel 3aXL to a Pixel 6. While the 3a was functional, the 6 was glitchy at times. Calls would not go through, hand off from Wifi to Cell tower was iffy. Notifications appeared later. As a phone, to make calls and send or receive texts, it was not reliable. Connections to Bluetooth devices was not consistent. I had purchased one Pixel 6 from Google and another one from Best Buy. Both had similar problems. It appeared to be “software” problems. The cell phone company and google support groups were of little use. So far, with the Pixel 7, it appears to be pretty similar to Pixel 6, but actually works consistently. So far calls are clear, texts arrive on time, Speakers sound good, videos are watchable (90Hz) refresh rate. Bluetooth connectively has been reliable. I use a Beeline Moto for navigation, the phone does not get warm. Will know more about battery life after using it for a while. The menu interactivity has sub-second responses. I have also used both sluggish Moto G phones and smooth Razer phones in the past. I use this phone to make calls, send some texts, take a couple of pictures. Read all the tech web sites for detailed reviews.

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  3. Cheetos

    Just got the phone today. It’s more premium than the Pixel 6 in build quality, thinner, lighter, easier to hold in the hand. It’s the refined version of the 6, as expected bc this is the sophomore year and better in every way. Everything is definitely snappier compared to the 6 when I first got it. If you have a trade in and also getting the $100 GC, it’s a no brainer. What’s hard to decide is between this and the pro. For the price and the bang for the buck, this is the phone for me. It does everything I need and at a very affordable price. You can’t go wrong with a Pixel phone experience if you are an Android fan. So far, I have seen no bugs but I have only been using it for half a day. Highly recommend it!

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  4. AlphaxNu

    If you want the best experience of a Vanilla/Pure Android Phone, this is it. The Pixel 7 Pro is the best Pixel yet with an amazing, consistent camera system, excellent battery life, and great exclusive software features. Do you have any photos taken from your old phone that are little blurry? Photo Unblur fixes old blurry photos using your Pixel 7 Pro. Photo of Pixel Watch taken from Pixel 7 Pro | Macro Focus Mode

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  5. Philip

    Super snappy. Amazing assistant and voice to text accuracy. Predictions also v accurate. No bloatware. Pictures have a grainy texture to them esp in the snapchat camera( there is some grain in the Google camera app) I am Coming from a Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra with vivid color mode on screen looks washed out in comparison. Google should have a vivid mode. The pure android exp is why I give it 5 stars.

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  6. Tibbs

    Initial impression is this is an improved device over the 6 series. Seems smoother, faster, and haven’t witnessed the thermal throttling as the 6 pro would do as of day one (not saying it doesn’t, just not noticeable so far). Cameras and features in the app have improved enough to deserve saying there’s a definite feeling of upgrade there with the new zoom feeling like a world apart from the zoom experience on every other camera in a phone I’ve experienced (this is many also). The feeling when holding and the appearance of the device is just more “premium” I believe is the term being used…… To me it’s simply nicer in every way but screen and battery appear unchanged

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