The Google Pixel 7 Pro now shares the top overall score in DxOMark’s camera ranking with a global score of 147. The Honor Magic4 Ultimate was the other phone to match that score. The iPhone 14 Pro came a point short, but it topped the selfie camera ranking.
As per DxOMark the Pixel 7 Pro is a significant improvement over the Pixel 6 Pro in software tuning, which contributed to better zoom and video quality. It holds the top score in DxOMark’s Friends & Family use case with strong contrast preservation, skin tone reproduction and better exposure accuracy.
Autofocus is fast and accurate and in combination with face tracking, it did well with group photos and moving subjects. Improvements to Super Res Zoom are noted thanks to a new capture method that also uses information from other cameras to collect more details in the final shot.
Low light video tends to be under exposed and testers experienced some loss of detail and added noise when zooming at closer ranges.
Selfie photos and videos came up with natural skin tones and accurate exposure. Selfies from up close tended to be out of focus, though, and visible noise was present in lower lighting conditions.