Today, Google is going to unveil its new products, including the flagship Pixel 7 series, during an event. In this regard, the company has confirmed that the Pixel 7 series will enter new markets this time, and therefore it seems that Google will try harder than before to sell its smartphones. The search engine giant doesn't usually share any figures on its smartphone sales, but data from a research firm shows that the Android maker has sold around 27.6 million Pixels since Google launched the Pixel in 2016. So far, it has not even reached 30 million smartphone sales!

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This The data was presented in the news media by Bloomberg journalist Vlad Savoy and quoted by the research company IDC. If you compare the sales figures of Google with the Korean giant of the technology world, Samsung, you will find very strange results. As Vlad pointed out in his report, Google's Pixel sales are only a part of Samsung's 2021 sales. He says it will take Google 60 years to reach the number of phones Samsung sells in a year.

Samsung is not the only Android smartphone manufacturer that sells more phones than Google. Even Xiaomi, Oppo and Vivo sold far more smartphones than Google in 2021. Of course, we must also point out that all these manufacturing companies have been in the smartphone market for a long time and sell their products in different markets and price ranges. So it's not fair to compare Google with other Android smartphone manufacturers right now.

Apparently, this year Google is determined to improve its smartphone sales in the smartphone market. In April, the company confirmed that the sales of the Pixel 6 series have been very fast and users have received it very well. Considering that the Pixel 6 series is available in very limited markets, this is a significant achievement for Google. This large technology company can set more records in this field by expanding its product range, especially the Pixel 7 series. And the Pixel 7 Pro is formed. Pixel 7 Pro, which is considered the most powerful model of this series, will be equipped with a 120 Hz display that is 6.7 inches and supports a resolution of 3120 x 1440 pixels and a maximum brightness of 1000 nits. This model also uses a triple camera system, the main sensor of which is the 50 megapixel Isocell GN1 camera. Next to this main sensor, the ultra-wide 12 megapixel IMX38 camera and the 48 megapixel telephoto sensor GM1 Samsung do their duty.

Google has also replaced the 8-megapixel selfie camera of the previous generation with an 11-megapixel selfie camera on the front panel of this smartphone, which users can use to easily make video calls and take selfies. This phone is said to have a 5000mAh battery that will be charged with a 30W charger. Also, the Google Tensor G2 chip acts as the beating heart of this flagship series.

Pixel 7 is not much different from its previous generation. The phone apparently uses a dual camera system consisting of a 50-megapixel Isocell GN1 main camera and a 12-megapixel IMX381 ultra-wide camera. It remains to be seen whether the sales figures of this series will satisfy Google or not.

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