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Google Pixel 7 Pro – the big ‘bump’ has a few big problems….

Google Pixel 7 Pro – the big ‘bump’ has a few big problems….

Video by JerryRigEverything via YouTube
Google Pixel 7 Pro – the big ‘bump’ has a few big problems….

The new google phone is all brains… not so much brawn. Let Audible help you discover new ways to laugh, be inspired, or be entertained. New members can try it free for 30 days. Visit or text JerryRig to 500-500. Googles smartphones have always been really smart. And while none of the recent Pixel phones have *failed* my durability test… some have come close. (Nothing as bad as the Google Nexus 6P from back in the day though)

Today we find out whats going on with the massive metal camera visor on Googles new phone – and what we can expect for longevity with the Pixel 7 pro.

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