Here’s what you think Google will do wrong with the Pixel 7 series

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The launch of the Google Pixel 7 series is just days away, so we’ll officially know everything there is to know about these phones on October 6th. But history tells us that no Pixel phone is truly without problems.

With this in mind, we asked Android authority Readers what Google would go wrong with the Pixel 7 series (if it had done something wrong). The polls are finally here, and here are the results.

What will Google get wrong with the Pixel 7 series?


Over 1,300 votes were counted at the time of writing, and it turns out the most popular choice was “Performance.” 21.1% of polled readers believe Google’s latest phones may disappoint in terms of performance. This may not come as a surprise given that the original Tensor lags behind its competitors, while leaked Tensor G2 specs don’t suggest a real CPU upgrade either.

The fingerprint scanner took second place, with 18.86% of respondents saying Google will stumble when it comes to the Pixel 7 range’s authentication. This isn’t a surprising choice either, as a slow, inaccurate fingerprint scanner was a big complaint last year.

Related: Google Pixel 6 series problems and how to fix them

The top 3 was rounded off by “Software Polish” with 17.80% of the votes. This was a serious stumbling block at the Pixel 6 launch last year, so it makes sense to see this option getting a ton of votes too.

We also saw that 7.65% of the readers polled voted for the “other” option, and comments point to potential issues like slow loading and higher prices. Otherwise, it’s interesting to note that only 3.11% of respondents thought Google will get the cameras wrong. Perhaps speaking to Google’s long-standing strength in this area, very few voters thought they could mess up the camera experience.


  • Nope!: Not really charging a full 30W, although their specs say they support it.
  • splus: The poll doesn’t allow to select all items, so I’ll write it here – you will get all these things wrong.
  • roaduardo: For me, software polish and performance go hand in hand. But the price is my top priority. They always screwed up the price first, in my opinion.
  • ssallen: I just have a bad feeling they haven’t learned their lesson about cheap fingerprint scanners yet.
  • Brian Glaze: It will be fine. This appears to be an iterative upgrade, so there will be plenty of polish 🙂
  • Atti Halmágyi: The charging speed could be better, around 50W.
  • Rob: The curved display is a nogo for me. Here’s what you think Google will do wrong with the Pixel 7 series

Chris Barrese

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