A cheap smartphone will be less powerful than an expensive one, right? That kite doesn’t always fly. The affordable Google Pixel 7a fares better than the Pixel 7 Pro during the infamous “stress test” … check out the photos.
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Google Pixel 7a undergoes a stress test
Most reviewers check whether or not a smartphone is powerful, but they’ll treat the device fairly carefully. if not Jerry’s everything. This YouTuber is happy to torture the latest phones. The latest victim of stress testing is the Google Pixel 7a.
We were looking at the video with trepidation and trepidation, because the more expensive Pixel 7 Pro was not so good. It almost broke in half while bending.
Significantly, the Pixel 7a performs better. The device barely gives and cannot be broken with your bare hands. At least not without using an absurd amount of force. It’s not too crazy, by the way, because the 7a is more compact than the 7 Pro. Physics dictates that larger objects bend more easily than smaller ones.
Bending testing is what matters most to consumers, but JerryRigEverything does more testing. For example, it releases the screen, which seems to have a fairly average scratch resistance. The back is made of plastic and fits well with Stanley knife artwork.
Finally, the YouTuber carries a light up to the screen. After about 25 seconds the color will start to change. A good result, especially when you consider that the plate restores itself afterwards. However, we do not recommend that any smartphone come into contact with fire on a regular basis.
Here’s what you need to know about the Google Pixel 7a
Pixel 7a is the latest affordable smartphone from Google. Its suggested retail price is €509. So you get a 6.1-inch OLED display with a 90Hz refresh rate and the same Tensor G2 chip as the regular Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro. The revamped main camera offers a resolution of 64MP. Additionally, unlike the older Pixel 6a, you can charge the device wirelessly.
I wonder where we are robot planet Who is this phone? Read our review of the Google Pixel 7a or watch the video below.
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