The iOS or Android debate has come a long way since the day the first iPhone was launched. Having gotten a head start on Android, Apple has managed to stay ahead of the smartphone curve, with each iteration of their phones setting new limits and breaking new grounds. Until some years back, Samsung appeared to be the only Android producer giving Apple a run for its money.
But the ever-competitive Android market has taken a new turn. First, Xiaomi dominated the market in 2020 and 2021, but the Chinese manufacturers may just about be edged out by Google—the primary parent of the Android operating system.
The Pixel 7 series, due to be released in the fall of 2022, are a revelation that could finally spell some stiff competition for Apple’s soon-to-be-released iPhone 14. Google’s latest brainchild promises to cast the spotlight on the operating system that has played second fiddle to the iOS since the dawn of smartphones, similar to how online casinos, like casino NetBet, captured the limelight in the late 1990s and early 2000s. The outfit continues to thrive in the Igaming space, setting itself apart by featuring classic casino games with contemporary projects, such as sports betting.
How the Pixel 7 Fares Against the iPhone 14
The Pixel 7 and iPhone 14 series look to capitalize on the success of their predecessors with a little more pizzazz. Here are key areas where the Pixel 7 rivals the iPhone 14:
The software on both phones couldn’t be further apart. While Apple has an already established ecosystem, Google is trying to build one. As a result, each new iteration of the Pixel phone teases a new Android version, with the Pixel 7 Pro expected to come with Android 13 and three years of software updates. The iOS 16 system isn’t ready to launch, so the iPhone 14 will still feature iOS 15.
Since Apple’s ecosystem is unique to its devices alone, getting the most performance from their phones is quite straightforward. On the other hand, Android offers varying performance levels depending on the UI they are built on. This is why the different Android smartphone producers offer different specs and performance. But with Google owning and running the cleanest Android software on its native UI, processing speeds could improve.
Add to that the new Tensor 2 chipsets set to debut on the Pixel 7s, Google’s proprietary system-on-chip that has been in development for the past three years. We can expect even better performance and processing power on par with Snapdragon 8 Gen 1—the second-best chipset currently. If the iPhone 14s keep the A15 Bionic chip, the Pixel 7s will become their closest rival yet.
Part of the selling point of iPhones is due to their camera setup. In the iPhone 13s, Apple added new camera features, like Cinema Mode and Photo Styles. The Pixel 6s, on the other hand, featured the Magic Eraser, among other features. But despite the differences in camera styles, both phones featured similar hardware: a 0.5X wide camera, a 1X wide camera, and a telephoto lens with 4X zoom (Pixel) and 3X zoom (iPhone). Both phones had the processing power to create sleek photos and videos. This trend is expected to continue in the Pixel 7s and iPhone 14s, making both phones rivals camera-wise.
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