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Xiaomi has launched the Mi Band 7 Pro with a square display.

Notable features include built-in GPS, NFC, 117 sports modes, an Always-on Display, and more.

Xiaomi’s Leica partnership finally came to fruition today in the form of the new Xiaomi 12S flagship phones. But that’s not all that the company announced at its China event. For the first time in its history, the Mi Band got a “Pro” variant unsurprisingly named the Mi Band 7 Pro.

At first look, the Mi Band 7 Pro resembles the Redmi Smart Band Pro that launched last year. It switches out the pill-shaped display of the Mi Band 7 in favor of a 1.64-inch square AMOLED screen with rounded corners. The band itself sports a traditional buckle mechanism, and Xiaomi offers several quick-switch color options apart from the plain black and white shades.

However, design is not the only upgrade you get. In fact, the Mi Band 7 Pro houses some crucial features that are missing from the standard model.

For one, the new tracker comes with a built-in GPS chip instead of a connected GPS. That means it can track your walks, runs, cycling routines, and more without you having to carry your phone in your pocket.

The Mi Band 7 Pro also features NFC from the get-go. Last year, Xiaomi released a revised version of the Mi Band 6 with NFC in some countries since the original global variant skipped the feature. It would make sense for the company to release the Mi Band 7 Pro globally instead of the Mi Band 7 NFC variant.

Speaking of more functions, the Mi Band 7 Pro gets an Always-on Display with plenty of watch face options, as is the case with the Mi Band 7. You also get an ambient light sensor for automatic brightness adjustment.

Xiaomi claims that the Mi Hand 7 Pro has a 12-day battery life, which can be used for six days in heavy mode. The band also has a 5ATM rating for water resistance.

Mi Band 7 health and fitness features


The Xiaomi Mi Band 7 Pro has 117 sports modes, covering a wide range of outdoor and indoor sports. There are 10 unique running modes, including one that supervises heart rate and speed requirements.

Basic health tracking features also apply, including 24/7 heart-rate monitoring, all-day blood oxygen monitoring, Sleep monitoring, and more.

Mi Band 7 Pro price and availability


As expected, the Mi Band 7 Pro costs a tad more than the regular Mi Band 7. At 379 Yuan (~$56), it’s still an inexpensive fitness tracker, though.

It’ll be available in Joy Live Pink, Vitality Orange, Stretch Blue, Meditation Green, Night Leap Black, and Resting White colorways. These bands can also be purchased separately for 39 yuan (~$5). Additionally, there are two special edition Van Gogh Green and Monet Gray bands that cost 59 yuan (~$8) each.

There’s no word on the global availability of the Mi Band 7 Pro, but it may not be far off since Xiaomi launched the Mi Band 7 internationally within a month of its China launch. We’ll update this article when we know more about the international availability of the tracker.

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Review: Xiaomi Mi Band, Basic But Useful Wearable

Xiaomi are no strangers to diversifying their range, so when they announced their first wearable device we weren’t all that surprised, well at least to start with!

Xiaomi Mi Band Review

Compared to most companies wearables the Xiaomi MiBand is a very basic product in both design and features and in all honesty I thought it was too basic a product to even bother with, well until I actually got one that is.

The Mi Band isn’t the first wearable I have used in the past few months, the other is an LG G Watch with all the Android Wear bells and whistles you can shake a stick at, including amazing features such as a screen!! So how does the Mi Band hold up when it doesn’t even have the ability to show the time?

Xiaomi Mi Band Review – Design and specs

The Xiaomi Mi Band is designed to cost only 79 Yuan ($13) so Xiaomi had to keep functions to a minimum while ensuring the product would be useful enough to buy and comfortable enough to wear.

Main construction is rubber with a simple band and pin method of fastening. The model I have received is made of a black rubber that is comfy and lightweight. The strap is just wide enough to hug your wrist but not wide enough for heat and sweat and sweat to build up.

The rubber band comes in a range of other colours, and is there to simply hold a small alloy capsule in place. The alloy body is where the electronics live and include 3 LED notification lights, Bluetooth and tiny 41mAh battery which provides 30 days of always on usage.

To charge the Mi Band the alloy body can be pushed out of the rubber band and quickly charged via USB with the specially designed included USB charger.

As this is a fitness tracker the Mi Bands electronics have been sealed away from the elements and features IP67 water resistance.

There is also a small built-in motor which an be used as a vibration alert when an alarm is set through the Xiaomi Mi Band App. The Mi Band App also allows you to set the color of the LED notification lights (Blue, Orange, Green, Red) and generally lets you set the device up as you like.

Xiaomi Mi Band review – Mi Band App

On it’s own the Mi Band wouldn’t really be able to do anything and that’s why Xiaomi have developed an Android (and soon iOS) application for the wearable.

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When you first turn on the App you will be walked through a process of setting the Mi Band up, syncing to your phone via Bluetooth and finally setting it up how you like.

The main selling point of the Mi Band is the ability to track how many steps you walk in a day and also how much sleep you have had. The App is able to break these details down and show your results as a simple graph and pie chart.

When setting your Mi Band up you will be asked to set your walking goal for the day (I have mine set to 10,000). Each time the app is opening your phone will sync with your Mi Band and update your progress, so you don’t actually need your phone with your to track how far you have gone during the day.

The App also tracks sleep telling you how much sleep you have had and even attempting to work out how much of that was a deep sleep.

You are also able to set up alarms from the Mi Band app which will have the band vibrate to wake you and even notify you of missed calls.

According to the specs the app requires Android 4.4 Kitkat to run but I have been using it without issue on the Vivo Xshot running Android 4.3. I also tested it with the Meizu MX4 on Kitkat and although it worked, there were some issues with the Bluetooth connection (which I belive was a phone an early Flyme bug).

Xiaomi Mi Band Review – Too basic or not enough?

When I first received the Mi Band I had already become throughly fed up with the LG G Watch’s daily need for charging. But I also didn’t think that the 30 day battery life and basic feature of the Xiaomi wearable would be that useful and thought the novelty would quickly wear off.

After over a month of use though and only a single charge I can confirm that I was wrong! So very wrong!

While the functions might not offer much the simple design, ease of use, app and incredible battery life all add up to a wearable that you just wear on a daily basis without thought or concern.

The fact that their is no glass screen on the Mi Band means that I wear the little device when mountain biking, running, walking, climbing and even repairing my car without the worry I’d scratch the delicate screen.

Each day I truly do aim to beat my 10,000 step goal and I use it as proof of lack of sleep when my wife asks me to take out the trash and I complain I’m too tired. It really is a fun little device and well worth the minimal asking price.

Xiaomi Mi Band Review – Any problems?

It’s a great device but it isn’t without it’s issues. For example the model which I have been wearing doesn’t like to show me the progress of my steps via the 3 LED lights. The idea is you should be able to hold the band up to your face (much like reading the time) and the LED lights will blink telling you what progress you have made. 1 light for 1/3, 3 lights when complete. This doesn’t work for mine, but it does on the band my wife uses. Also I found all but the Blue LED are quite difficult to see on a bright day.

Another issues is the alarm feature that only buzzes 3 times and might not be enough to wake you up, so ensure you have another alarm set as a back up.

Xiaomi Mi Band Review – Conclusion

The Xiaomi Mi Band is a basic but well thought out product. It is perfect for those of you who like to keep fit as a general daily routine and also perfect for you if you just want to monitor your health.

30 day battery life and a comfortable strap really make the Mi Band a worthwhile product, and the app is nicely designed and easy to understand too.

Although this little device hasn’t got access to all the cool Android Wear features the Mi Band has earned itself a permanent place on my wrist where as the LG G Watch with all its features is currently collecting dust!

Thanks to chúng tôi for supplying us with our Mi Band for review and giveaway!

Xiaomi Mi A1 Brings Android One, Google Assistant To The Fold

Xiaomi Mi A1 brings Android One, Google Assistant to the fold

Xiaomi and Google make for strange bedfellows. The Chinese superstar is one of those companies that have not exactly played by Google’s rules, even if that meant being officially deprived of Google’s Play Services and all its connected benefits. But Google is slowly but surely tightening its grip and making sure that OEMs fall properly in line. It seems that Xiaomi is changing, too, by playing ball with Google and announcing the Xiaomi Mi A1 in India, the company’s first Android One smartphone, and its first not to ship with its own MIUI custom Android experience.

The Xiaomi Mi A1 is going to be a risky move for the company. Although it is popular for its dirt cheap smartphones, it isn’t so popular for its heavily customized Android version. To put it another away, Xiaomi fans stay with Xiaomi not just because of the price tag but because they actually enjoy the MIUI experience. And they will not get to see that here.

Android One is the exact opposite of MIUI. It is pure, light, and plain. It won’t suit everyone’s tastes, especially those expecting that the Xiaomi Mi A1 will offer all the custom changes Xiamoi has made, in which case they will sorely be disappointed. But in return, they will get benefits very few Android users, Xiaomi or otherwise, have: guaranteed and timely updates. Due to timing, the Mi A1 will ship with Nougat out of the box but will be update to Oreo before the year’s end. It also gets Google Assistant out of the box, though that’s becoming less and less a unique feature among new smartphones.

That’s not to say, however, that the Xiaomi Mi A1 will have nothing going for it. In fact, software-aside, the Mi A1 is poised to be a very competitive mid-range smartphone. It is driven by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 with 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of storage. It has a 5.5-inch Full HD screen and a 3,080 mAh battery pack. It boasts of a few special features like Dirac HD audio and a now rare IR blaster. But its real killer feature, or so Xiaomi says, is its dual cameras.

The Mi A1 almost takes a page from Samsung’s books with its cameras. Instead of simply two color sensors or one color and one mono cameras, the Mi A1 sports a telephoto camera and a wide angle lens. The two deliver 2x optical zoom which can be kicked higher to 10x, though switching to digital zoom. And like any modern dual camera these days, it uses those two sensors to gather stereoscopic image data which, thanks to the magic of algorithms, deliver a bokeh effect, a.k.a. Portrait Mode.

The Xiaomi Mi A1 is definitely a strange and, if not for earlier rumors, unexpected turn for the company, though it is unlikely to suddenly drop its MIUI altogether. Still, the smartphone could give some Android users around the world something to chew on, combining Xiaomi’s world-renowned pricing and Android One’s pure experience. The Xiaomi Mi A1 will go on sale starting 12th September for 14,999 INR, roughly $240. But even better news is that it will also be available in other countries around the world. Except the US, of course.

Mi Notebook 14, Mi Notebook 14 Horizon Edition With 10Th

Xiaomi has stepped foot into the cluttered laptop market in India today. Yeah, the fans have been pestering the Chinese giant to bring its laptops to the country for many years and well, that day finally came. Xiaomi has launched the Mi Notebook 14 lineup in India today. It includes the Mi Notebook 14 and a brand new ‘Mi Notebook 14 Horizon Edition’ that has never been launched globally before.

Mi Notebook 14 Horizon Edition

Mi Notebook 14 Horizon Edition boasts an all-metal design with no branding on the outside – clean and minimal. It’s made from an aluminum and magnesium alloy and weighs just 1.35 kgs. Unlike the Mi Notebook variants in China, neither of the Indian variants come baked with a fingerprint sensor for quick unlocking via Windows Hello.

This laptop sports a 14-inch Full-HD anti-glare LCD display with a 1920 x 1080 resolution, 16:9 aspect ratio, and 91% screen-to-body ratio. The panel boasts a 178-degree viewing angle, 1000:1 contrast ratio, and 250 nits of peak brightness. Since the bezels here are super tiny, you don’t get a built-in webcam onboard.

Mi Notebook 14 Horizon Edition includes a chiclet keyboard (not a full-size) with 1.3mm key travel and a fairly modest-size trackpad. The laptop includes a single fan and a large 2350 square-millimeter air intake area for improved cooling. You also get Mi Smart Share for faster file sharing and Blaze Unlock for unlocking the laptop using a Mi Band. You can read about how to set it up right here.

As for the I/O ports, you get a single USB 2.0 port and 3.5mm audio jack on the left. The right edge includes two USB 3.1, one HDMI 1.4b, and one USB Type-C port. You also get WiFi 802.11ac (WiFi 5, 2 x 2) and Bluetooth 5.0 as the wireless connectivity options onboard.

Mi Notebook 14 Horizon Edition comes equipped with a 46Wh battery, which the company promises should last you up to 10 hours on a single charge. The laptop, as teased earlier last week, supports 1C fast-charging. It can juice up your battery from 0% to 50% in just around 30 minutes, which is great.

Mi Notebook 14

The most obvious differentiator between the two variants is the bezels. Mi Notebook 14 comes with thicker bezels surrounding the 14-inch Full-HD display with 1920 x 1080 resolution, 178-degree viewing angle, and 250 nits of peak brightness. Even though we have bigger bezels here, you still don’t get a built-in webcam. Xiaomi, however, will be bundling an external HD webcam in the box.

As for the internals, you still get 10th-Gen Intel Core processors but it’s the Intel Core i5-10510U (Comet Lake) in this variant. It’s coupled with 8GB 2666MHz RAM, up to 512GB SATA 3 SSD onboard, and up to 2GB Nvidia GeForce MX250 graphics memory.

The connectivity and battery features for this variant remains the same as the Horizon Edition, so yeah, you won’t be missing out on anything here.

Price and Availability

8GB + 256GB – Rs. 41,999

8GB + 512GB – Rs. 44,999

8GB + 256GB + MX250 – Rs. 47,999

The Mi Notebook 14 Horizon Edition comes in two variants. The Core-i5 variant has been priced at Rs. 54,999 while the Core-i7 variant will cost you Rs. 59,999. Both the laptops come in a single colorway – Mercury Gray and it looks quite stunning in real-life. Both of these laptops will go on starting from June 17 on Amazon India, chúng tôi and offline Mi stores across India.

Xiaomi Mi Note Pro Vs Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Comparison

Our Verdict

With a price some £120 lower than the Galaxy Note 4, dual-SIM capability and the faster hardware of the pair, Xiaomi’s Mi Note Pro is a seriously impressive proposition. But Samsung has plenty to fight back with, including what we think will be the better screen, longer battery life and special features such as an S Pen, a fingerprint scanner, heart-rate monitor and UV sensor. We can’t wait to get the Xiaomi Mi Note Pro into our lab and take a proper look.

Last week Xiaomi unveiled its Mi Note Pro, a much cheaper rival to the Note 4 that it says is the most powerful phone in the world. We take a look at the specs in our Xiaomi Mi Note Pro vs Samsung Galaxy Note 4 comparison. Also see our full Samsung Galaxy Note 4 review. 

Note that we have not yet tested the Xiaomi Mi Note Pro and are merely comparing only the specs; your eventual purchasing decision should also take into account how the phones cope with everyday life. Also see: Best smartphones 2023 and Best Android phones 2023. 

Xiaomi Mi Note Pro vs Samsung Galaxy Note 4 comparison: UK price and availability

Samsung’s Galaxy Note 4 is already available in the UK on a contract or SIM-free. At the time of writing the Note 4 cost £519 SIM-free at Amazon. 

Xiaomi’s Mi Note Pro is not yet on sale in the UK, but it’s expected at the end of March with a retail value of 3,299 yuan. A straight conversion is £353, making it some £160 cheaper than the Note 4, although it’ll probably cost a little more over here. Oppomart is already listing the Mi Note Pro for $599, which equates to £399 (still £120 cheaper than the Note 4). 

Xiaomi Mi Note Pro vs Samsung Galaxy Note 4 comparison: Display, design and build

Both the Xiaomi Mi Note Pro and Samsung Galaxy Note 4 are what we might consider phablets (also see Best phablets 2023) with 5.7in screens. Each adorns a Quad HD (2560×1440) resolution, resulting in a pixel density of 515ppi. The choice of panel tech differs, however, with Samsung using a Super AMOLED screen and Xiaomi opting for Sharp/JDI’s IPS LCD tech. We reckon this gives Samsung the slight edge, but both are brilliant screens. 

The phones are built around sturdy metal frames. Xiaomi fits its Mi Note Pro with a 2.5D glass front and 3D glass rear giving it a premium feel. Samsung matches its front but uses a faux leather rear that may add some grip. The Samsung’s back cover is also removable, letting you access the battery compartment and swap in a spare. 

The Xiaomi Mi Note Pro is significantly thinner than the Samsung Galaxy Note 4, and a little lighter too. It measures 77.6×6.95×155.1mm and weighs 161g against the Note 4’s 153.5×8.5×78.6mm and 176g. 

Xiaomi Mi Note Pro vs Samsung Galaxy Note 4 comparison: Processor, memory and storage

Xiaomi takes the lead in the hardware department, and although we’ve yet to run our benchmarks on the Mi Note Pro we can be pretty sure its Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 chip will beat the Note 4’s 805 hands-down. Clocked at 2GHz, this 64-bit octa-core processor is paired with Adreno 430 graphics and 4GB of RAM. By comparison the Note 4 packs a 2.7GHz quad-core 32-bit chip with Adreno 420 graphics and 3GB of RAM.  

You might not notice the extra complement of RAM in general use, but Adreno 430 graphics are said to be 30 percent faster than the 420, and the 64-bit support of the Xiaomi’s 810 will allow it to support future 64-bit apps. 

We have had the opportunity to test the Samsung Galaxy Note 4, and found it one of the fastest phones we’ve ever reviewed (also see: What’s the fastest smartphone 2023). In Geekbench 3 it managed 3272 points, in SunSpider it recorded 1367ms, and in GFXBench we saw 27fps in T-Rex and 11fps in Manhattan. Expect even more from the Xiaomi Mi Note Pro. 

In terms of storage the Xiaomi Mi Note Pro has 64GB as standard (the Note 4 has 32GB), but it lacks the Samsung’s microSD support, which lets you add up to 128GB. 

Xiaomi Mi Note Pro vs Samsung Galaxy Note 4 comparison: Connectivity and extras

The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 stands out for its S Pen (stylus) support and features such as a fingerprint scanner, UV sensor and heart rate monitor, Xiaomi has an ace up its sleeve with dual-SIM support, which is becoming increasingly popular (also see: Best dual-SIM smartphones 2023). The Mi Note Pro accepts a nano- and a Micro-SIM, and both support 4G connectivity.  

The Note 4 also supports 4G, but has only a single SIM option. It’s also of the Cat 6 (300Mb/s) variety, compared to the Mi Note Pro’s Cat 9 (450Mb/s). The Note 4 can, however, pair its 4G connection with Wi-Fi to provide super-fast download speeds. 

According to GSMArena you’ll find Bluetooth 4.0 and dual-band ac Wi-Fi in the Mi Note Pro, but other connectivity specs are to be confirmed. Meanwhile, with the Note 4 you will find an IR blaster, Bluetooth 4.1, NFC, the latest 802.11ac Wi-Fi with 2×2 MIMO, plus MHL 3.0.  

Xiaomi Mi Note Pro vs Samsung Galaxy Note 4 comparison: Cameras

It’s impossible to say which is the better camera without testing them, although on paper the Samsung appears to have the better rear camera, while the Xiaomi beats it for selfies at the front. Also see: Best selfie smartphones 2023. 

Samsung fits a 16Mp camera at the back, while Xiaomi specifies 13Mp. Both feature OIS, but only the Samsung can shoot 4K video (the Mi Note Pro maxes out at 1080p full-HD). 

At the front the Note 4 has a 3.7Mp camera with a wide selfie mode, while the Mi Note Pro has a 4Mp camera with large 2-micron pixels. 

Xiaomi Mi Note Pro vs Samsung Galaxy Note 4 comparison: Software

Out of the box the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 runs Android 4.4 KitKat with TouchWiz, but it will be updated to the latest version, Android 5.0 Lollipop. The Xiaomi Mi Note Pro runs Xiaomi’s MIU 6 software, which is based on Android 4.4.4 KitKat. 

Samsung offers more in terms of extra software features, but this isn’t necessarily a good thing for all users. We do like the ability to simultaneously view two apps onscreen and the S Note app when used with the improved, however. 

Xiaomi Mi Note Pro vs Samsung Galaxy Note 4: Audio

Samsung boasts multi-directional voice recording for its Galaxy Note 4 with three mics, but for playback it’s the Xiaomi that takes the lead. It supports 24-bit/192KHz lossless playback of files including APE, FLAC, DSD and WAV. The Note 4 can handle MP3, AAC/AAC?/eAAC?, WMA, AMR-NB/WB, Vorbis and FLAC audio. 

Xiaomi Mi Note Pro vs Samsung Galaxy Note 4 comparison: Battery life

Battery life is impossible to guess from the specs alone, but we reckon this one will swing Samsung’s way. Not only does it have less powerful hardware and more energy-efficient screen tech, its battery is higher-capacity (3220mAh against the Xiaomi’s 3000mAh) and removable. Also see: Best power banks 2023. 

Xiaomi Mi Note Pro vs Samsung Galaxy Note 4 comparison: Verdict

With a price some £120 lower than the Galaxy Note 4, dual-SIM capability and the faster hardware of the pair, Xiaomi’s Mi Note Pro is a seriously impressive proposition. But Samsung has plenty to fight back with, including what we think will be the better screen, longer battery life and special features such as an S Pen, a fingerprint scanner, heart-rate monitor and UV sensor. We can’t wait to get the Xiaomi Mi Note Pro into our lab and take a proper look. 

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Specs Samsung Galaxy Note 4: Specs

Android 4.4.4 KitKat OS

5.7in SuperAMOLED display (1440×2560), 515 ppi

2.7GHz Quad-Core Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 CPU

Adreno 420 GPU


32GB internal storage

16Mp rear camera laser AF with optical image stabilistaion

3.7Mp front camera

Video recording at up to 4K

Wi-Fi 802.11a/b/g/n/ac

Bluetooth 4.1 LE



Fingerprint scanner

Heart rate monitor

UV sensor


4G LTE (Cat 6)


11.9Wh (3220mAh) battery



Google Pixel 7 And Pixel 7 Pro Hands

The new camera bar

Rita El Khoury / Android Authority

Most of the design elements of the Pixel 7 phones carry over from the Pixel 6 series. That’s not true of the camera bar, though, which looks very different on the 2023 models.

This year, the camera bar on all models is covered with aluminum rather than glass. This results in a wholly different look for the back of the phone.

Since the rails of the phones are also aluminum, this creates a consistent design ethos that goes all around the device. I think Google made the right move here, as the metal bar has a certain elegance the all-black-all-the-time camera bar lacked, and the rails matching the camera bar make the phone feel a bit less disjointed.

The camera bar also changes with each colorway. On Obsidian models, it is a dark silver — think polished nickel for the Pro and unpolished nickel for the regular model. Meanwhile, Snow models get a brighter silver reminiscent of chrome. Hazel and Lemongrass models get a bar that has the look of brass.

The selfie cutouts are also the same, but they house a much different camera.

At the top of each display is a centered selfie camera cutout. The cutout isn’t much different from the previous models: it’s in the same spot and pretty much the same size. However, that cutout on both the Google Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro houses a new 10.8MP ultrawide sensor. This gives you a wider field of view at 92.8 degrees, which will be perfect for group selfies. The sensor itself is also newer and better than the previous model, so selfies should see a nice uptick this year.

Tensor G2: The same but different

There’s still a lot we don’t know about Tensor G2.

While the Tensor G2 may not be making any leaps in terms of raw power, it’s not unlike Google to instead rely on bespoke hardware and software to make real-world usage better. Although enthusiasts might be miffed they can’t have both. Fundamentally though, the Tensor G2 is different — just not different in the ways we usually look for when it comes to new chipsets.

Of course, we’ll need to put Tensor G2 through our usual rounds of testing, but it does appear that at least some of the pain points of the original Tensor could be made better with this new model. We’ll need to wait and see how this plays out.

Anything else?

Ryan Haines / Android Authority

Face Unlock: For the first time on a Pixel since the Pixel 4, the Pixel 7 series supports Face Unlock. However, it is not a true biometric like we saw on the Pixel 4 phones. You can use this new version of Face Unlock to unlock the phone but not for approving things like contactless payments. You’ll need to stick with the fingerprint sensor or your PIN for that.

Same update commitment: With the Pixel 6 series, Google upped its commitment for software updates. It now offers five years of security updates and three Android upgrades. We hoped Google would increase this again this year to match Samsung, which offers four Android upgrades and five years of patches. That didn’t happen, though, so the Pixel 7 series gets the same three upgrades as last year.

No charging upgrades: The Pixel 7 series will charge both wired and wirelessly at the same rates as the Pixel 6 series. That means 30W wired for both phones, 21W wireless for the Pixel 7, and 23W wireless for the Pixel 7 Pro. In the overall industry, these speeds are nothing special.

Batteries: The Pixel 7 Pro has the same battery capacity as last year (5,000mAh). However, the Pixel 7 has a slightly smaller battery this year (4,355mAh), a loss of about 6% capacity.

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