Comparisons between Pixel and iPhone 7 are just inescapable. Most want to duel both and prove which is superior than the other. Although a lot would still choose Apple's flagship, here are three reasons why Pixel is better than the iPhone 7.
1. It Has A Higher Resolution And It Charges Super-Fast
iPhone users complain about their batteries dying too fast. It takes an hour for an iPhone 7 to complete its charging and also an hour to drain its battery. However, Pixel is a game changer. With its USB-C Port, it can run for 7 hours in just less than 20 minutes of charging.
Resolution wise, reports say that a user can enjoy crisper and clearer pictures in Pixel with a screen resolution of 1920 X 1080 compared to the iPhone sporting a 1334 x 750 resolution.
2. It Has A Superior Camera
Although iPhone 7 boasts of its impressive camera, Google claims that Pixel is "the highest-rated smartphone camera ever" having earned an 89 DxOMark Mobile Rating, Inverse reported. Apple's device carries a 12-megapixel rear camera while Pixel's is 12.3 megapixels. The front camera has 8 megapixels, a notch higher than the iPhone.
Apple might beat Google in lowlight with its f/2.0 compared to the iPhone's f/1.8, but it might have more potential in better lighting. An added plus is the fact that it sports an amazing 4K resolution. While Google has not released official Pixel footage, videographer and YouTube user Ron8it recently released a 4K sample video (that can be seen below) that he says was shot entirely with the Pixel and an ND filter, with some color correction and slow motion effects in post.
3. It Has A Headphone Jack
It was last month that Apple unveiled the controversial iPhone 7, alienating if not irritating some users by cutting off the standard 3.5mm head phone jack. Though Apple might probably be right in the long-term, not having a head phone jack now might prove to be very inconvenient. Thankfully, Pixel has one.
There are still more reasons to love Pixel more than iPhone 7. It has unlimited cloud storage for photos and VR integration (Daydream View) that iPhone clearly does not have. Also, Google's latest assistant could easily beat Siri out of its game.