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The Pixel 7 and 7 Pro from Google Will Repair Your Previous Fuzzy Photographs

Using a function called Photo Unblur, which will be available on the Pixel 7, Google claims that you will be able to browse through your Google Photographs collection and correct previous fuzzy photos taken using the Pixel 7. To yet, the capability is only available on the most recent iteration of Google’s mobile devices, much as the Magic Eraser function that was introduced with the Pixel 6.

Similar to the function that removes unwanted elements from your photographs, the Photo Unblur results that Google displayed during its presentation were a bit hit-or-miss; nonetheless, some of the examples were absolutely remarkable, such as the one in the tweet that can be seen below.

According to the firm, the Pixel 7’s next-generation Tensor G2 processor makes this image processing capability, along with many of the other aspects of the device. The firm also guarantees that this technology will be applied to the photographs that you shoot with the Pixel 7. The company claims that its denoising technology enables its new phones to snap low-light photographs “twice as fast.”

The Pixel 7 and 7 Pro from Google

The Pixel 6 included a feature called Face Unblur, which used multiple exposures to make sure that the faces in the pictures it took were sharp even if there was motion blur in the rest of the picture. This is not the first time that Google has focused on reducing blurriness with the Pixel lineup; previously, the company’s attention has been drawn to the issue. Obviously, that had no effect whatsoever on the photographs that you had shot in the past.

The previous several months have flown by in a blur, as leaks regarding the Google Pixel 7 and Google Pixel 7 Pro have been consistently released at a breakneck speed. Now, however, Google has finally opened the curtain and given us everything there is to know about the Pixel 7 phones. In addition, we were able to get our hands on both of the phones for a short period of time during Google’s launch events in Brooklyn and Paris.

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