- iPhone 13: Super Retina XDR OLED display with a resolution of 2532 x 1170, 6.1 inches
- Pixel 7: 6.4 inch AMOLED display with 2400 x 1080 resolution
- iPhone 13: A15 Bionic chip with 5nm process technology
- Pixel 7: Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 processor
RAM and Storage:
- iPhone 13: Available in 4GB or 6GB RAM and 64GB, 128GB, 256GB, 512GB storage options
- Pixel 7: 8GB RAM and 128GB or 256GB storage options
- iPhone 13: Triple-camera system with 12MP Ultra Wide, Wide, and Telephoto lenses
- Pixel 7: Triple-camera system with a 48 MP primary camera, a 12 MP ultra-wide camera, and a 12 MP telephoto camera.
- iPhone 13: Built-in rechargeable lithium-ion battery with up to 22 hours of talk time
- Pixel 7: 4500mAh battery with fast charging and wireless charging support
- iPhone 13: iOS 15
- Pixel 7: Android 11
- 15 cm (6.1-inch) Super Retina XDR display
- Cinematic mode adds shallow depth of field and shifts focus automatically in your videos
- Advanced dual-camera system with 12MP Wide and Ultra Wide cameras; Photographic Styles, Smart HDR 4, Night mode, 4K Dolby Vision HDR recording
- 12MP True Depth front camera with Night mode, 4K Dolby Vision HDR recording
- A15 Bionic chip for lightning-fast performance
Experience smooth operation and brilliant user interface with the 5G-ready Google Pixel 7 smartphone that comes loaded with innovative features. Google Tensor G2 makes the Pixel 7 faster, more efficient, and more secure and it delivers even more helpful features. Furthermore, the Pixel 7 Camera takes incredible photos and videos in stunning color and detail. It includes Super Res Zoom so that you can get super-sharp close-ups without an extra telephoto lens. Additionally, the Pixel 7’s 16.002 cm (6.3) display is super sharp, with rich, vivid colors. And it’s fast and responsive for smoother gaming, scrolling, and moving between apps.
Conclusion- These are some of the key differences between the iPhone 13 and Pixel 7. Ultimately, the choice between these two phones will come down to personal preferences and needs, such as whether you prioritize a clean and well-integrated software experience or a more open and customizable Android experience, and what kind of camera performance you require.