Amazon confirms seemingly reasonable Google Pixel 7 US price

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We all know that Google plans to finally fully detail the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro on October 6, when the two new Android high-enders will probably also be reserved for pre-order, but while a very reputable source told us exactly what we could expect in terms of selling prices, also less than a week ago, we couldn’t be sure that those rumored numbers were legit.

Thanks to Amazon (yes, That Amazon), can we be now secure slightly more confident that the search giant’s next big things will start with the same tags as their predecessors, which is definitely good news. After all, the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro are two of the most affordable premium smartphones released in 2021. this year even lower for a longer period of time.

A $599 (almost) flagship with “next-gen” processing power

According to an official-looking product list that: apparently went live prematurely at some point in the last 24 hours and expected to disappear shortly after, Amazon is preparing to charge six Benjamins for an unlocked Google Pixel 7 with 128 gigabytes of internal storage, which almost certainly means other major US retailers will charge that much for that particular device as well.

This matches up perfectly with what was specifically tipped for Target last week…except for the $100 gift card rumor, which may or may not be valid for Amazon as well.

Since this was an early offer that was not yet allowed to be seen by potential buyers, it is entirely possible that such an introductory offer was not uploaded to Amazon’s system at the time of the public misstep. Alternatively, the deal (if true) may only be visible in a more detailed future listing.

Anyway, the good news is that the Pixel 7 probably won’t cost more than last year’s “vanilla” Pixel 6, which certainly makes sense. any rumors of similarities between the two phones.

When will the Pixel 7 be released?

According to the same carelessly published Amazon product list, October 13 is the big day, surpassing some of the previous predictions of some otherwise reliable leakers and tipsters by nearly a week.

An October 13 release (for both the Pixel 7 and 7 Pro, presumably) would come exactly a week after the formal announcement next Thursday and pre-order is rumored to start, which seems like an excellent turnaround for Google just further proves that the company is increasingly serious about challenging the supremacy of the smartphone market of Apple and Samsung (US)… eventually.

Incidentally, Amazon was also apparently kind enough to publish something that Google has so far kept very carefully hidden. That high-resolution image at the top of our article is one of the first (semi-)official images to show the front of the 6.3-inch Pixel 7 in addition to the back.

The color shown here is called “Obsidian” for marketing purposes, although we already know that the Pixel 7 will also be rocking “Hazel” and “Snow” paint jobs, with the Pixel 7 Pro coming in three different shades (namely Obsidian, Snow and Lemongrass).
The 6.7-inch Pixel 7 Pro, in case you’re wondering, should start at $899 stateside, with 256GB storage configurations from the Pixel 7 and 7 Pro likely to cost $699 and $999 respectively, and a big question mark still hovers over. the existence of 512 gig models.

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