SizN80, 17 Nov 2022Yea it is 😁 absolutely terrible battery in fact for a 2022 flagship and the 2023 ones are goin... moreYou're right. It can't keep up to my previous P30 Pro, which would clock 7 to 9 hours on one charge. But against anything else, such as a run-of-the-mill iPhone, it's perfectly okay. The standby battery life is excellent, however. It barely drains if you don't use it, even on LTE, which was an issue for my Huawei.
Charging isn't bad, however. And on a 2W wireless charging pad, it takes exactly 7 hours to charge up my phone, which is exactly how long I sleep. Long ago, we criticized slow charging, but what people seem to have forgotten is that we've moved on from phones that barely lasted 6 hours of use AND standby on a full charge. I sometimes charge for an hour or less and I unplug it, knowing that 60% will be enough for at least 12 hours of light use or 3 hours of heavy use. Fast charging is just bragging rights now unless you have a phone that has truly tragic battery life. And while not the best, the Pixel 7 sure as hell isn't poor.
The battery is why I won't buy it. I have way faster charging and longer battery life now. I won't spend money to travel to the past. I have had to great battery phones for the last 4 years. The Pixel 7 Pro would be a 5 year time travel to the past for me. Still, I really wanted that camera in the Pixel 7 Pro. If I can't use the camera all the time because of battery life, it is definitely not worth it though. If you always stay at home and never take it outside, the Pixel 7 Pro is a great phone though...
Anonymous, 26 Oct 2022No it's notYea it is 😁 absolutely terrible battery in fact for a 2022 flagship and the 2023 ones are going to be even further ahead 🤣
Anonymous, 02 Nov 2022That is the exact sentence you keep proving they are right over and over? In fact you and them... moreI never said a 3050 is trash though?
He thinks 1650 is trash?
I keep posting it to prove him wrong? That better specs are available for even lesser than his quoted price?
Your inability to read has been funny too.
Mediatek sux, 02 Nov 2022How can you not read anything properly, i've been repeating this too many times.
"... moreThat is the exact sentence you keep proving they are right over and over? In fact you and them are basically agreeing with each other, but for some reason you don't think you are agreeing with them?
You, thinks a laptop 3050 is trash
They, also thinks a laptop 3050 is trash
You, for some reason keeps thinking posting a laptop with a 3050 is somehow disproving their point?
All this time you have basically been in agreement with that comment which is why I find this so funny. The only thing they did was give a general example of a "trash spec" laptop. Not once did I see them say a laptop 3050 is a good spec. All I've seen so far is multiple people say a laptop 3050 is trash specs. You, me, that person you're quoting, and a few others I think have all agreed that a laptop 3050 is trash. Every time you post a link to a 3050 laptop while you yourself think it is trash proves their point. They also think 3050 laptops are trash so every time you post a 3050 laptop that proves their point. Do you understand now? It would be different if one of you actually thought a 3050 laptop was good.
Anonymous, 02 Nov 2022And now you're back to comparing laptops to phones lol, this has been quite entertaining.... moreHow can you not read anything properly, i've been repeating this too many times.
" "$899 MSRP gaming laptop would be trash specs though, Thats like an i5 and a GTX 1650 256gb SSD 8GB ram"
This is the sentence that i easily disproved. Idk why you keep bringing up phone vs laptop thing, i didnt even respond to that point.
Mediatek sux, 02 Nov 2022Trash specs according to him are these -" $899 MSRP gaming laptop would be trash specs t... moreAnd now you're back to comparing laptops to phones lol, this has been quite entertaining. Thank you.
Anonymous, 01 Nov 2022I did read that, and all you've been linking are laptops with "trash specs"? Yo... moreTrash specs according to him are these -" $899 MSRP gaming laptop would be trash specs though, Thats like an i5 and a GTX 1650 256gb SSD 8GB ram"
I gave him something much better for even cheaper.
Mediatek sux, 01 Nov 2022Here, his statement is quoted for you "$899 MSRP gaming laptop would be trash specs thoug... moreI did read that, and all you've been linking are laptops with "trash specs"? You even said it yourself that a 3050 is trash....so...all you've been doing is proving them right?
Anonymous, 01 Nov 2022I did? They said "comparing a laptop to a phone is like comparing a car to a boat" b... moreHere, his statement is quoted for you "$899 MSRP gaming laptop would be trash specs though, Thats like an i5 and a GTX 1650 256gb SSD 8GB ram"
Mediatek sux, 01 Nov 2022GIGABYTE G5 GD - 15.6" FHD IPS Anti-Glare 144Hz, Intel Core i5, NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3050 L... moreI did? They said "comparing a laptop to a phone is like comparing a car to a boat" but here you are constantly comparing laptops to a phone? Both devices have different use cases.
Anonymous, 31 Oct 2022You're not doing a great job at it though... All I've seen is just you proving the g... moreGIGABYTE G5 GD - 15.6" FHD IPS Anti-Glare 144Hz, Intel Core i5, NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3050 Laptop GPU 4GB GDDR6, 16GB Memory, 512GB SSD, Win11 Home, Gaming Laptop (G5 GD-51US123SO) https://a.co/d/7zpbDoU
Cheaper one with 85w according to notebookcheck, i only put that asus tuf cus i thought that was what the other guy mentioned.
Might as well read my comments too if you bothered reading the other guys.
Mediatek sux, 31 Oct 2022I just wanted to prove someone wrong.You're not doing a great job at it though... All I've seen is just you proving the guy right over and over?
Anonymous, 31 Oct 2022I want to add that color noise reduction was set to zero when I opened the raw file and adjust... moreI also want to add that in some other night jpg photos from the Nexus certain red leaves were green, too, when the signal to noise ratio of the image was worse. I can't exclude that traffic lights influenced the colors.
Anonymous, 30 Oct 2022Yea I dunno why you keep defending the guy who thinks the 3050 is good man...I just wanted to prove someone wrong.
Anonymous, 31 Oct 2022I noticed another strange thing. I took a photo of a tree at night. The Google Nexus 5x image ... moreI want to add that color noise reduction was set to zero when I opened the raw file and adjusting the white balance didn't help either (all leaves had the same color).
I noticed another strange thing. I took a photo of a tree at night. The Google Nexus 5x image was less sharp, but one could see that the tree had red and green leaves. But the image of the 7 Pro only showed only green leaves. All leaves had the same color. Even in the raw file! Then I took a Night Sight photo and now some leaves that were red in the Nexus photo were at least orange in the 7 Pro's photo (also the raw file). Then I took another Night Sight photo (possibly a longer Night Sight photo, can't remember) and now the 7 Pro's photo showed red and green leaves (also in the raw file). So it seems as if the 7 Pro adds some non-obvious color noise reduction to the raw files.
I have compared the Pixel 7 Pro main camera (without Night Sight) with the Google Nexus 5x (Google camera version 3) at night. Surprisingly, the Nexus 5x in HDR+ On mode has more realistic colors due to a better auto white balance. And distant lamps have more realistic, saturated colors due to a less aggressive color noise reduction. The automatic brightness was more realistic on the Nexus, too (the 7 Pro was once too bright and once too dark). I was able to adjust the brightness and white balance with the sliders of the 7 Pro, but one can't adjust the color noise reduction.
The 7 Pro delivered sharper images, but it wasn't a huge difference because the 7 Pro still only has 12 megapixels and the 7 Pro often uses a shorter exposure time than the Nexus.
I also noticed that the 7 Pro had really no advantage regarding blown out highlights (though you can adjust this with the sliders).