Made official almost three whole months ago, Google’s next high-end smartphones aren’t fully detailed yet… for a pretty obvious reason. While the search giant essentially tried to fight unauthorized leaks by: showcasing the Pixel 7 and 7 Pro in all their glory months prior to their actual launch said the launch was still a while away.
One of the big things the company no doubt wanted to keep a secret was the release schedule of the two Android-powered powerhouses, but as so often before, that’s true. Jon Prosse from Front Page Tech
These are the dates you want to circle in your calendar
- October 6 – pre-orders
- October 13 – availability starts
That’s it, that’s the full story, at least according to some “highly reputable sources” cited by Prosser who will unsurprisingly remain unnamed. Naturally, Google is also planning to hold a decent announcement event for the highly anticipated Pixel 7 duo, which should coincide with the aforementioned October 6 pre-order launch.
Actual shipments and in-store sales will likely begin just a week later, unlike last year when the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro were formally announced on October 19 and commercially released on October 28.
It’s well worth emphasizing that Big G is seemingly limiting the availability timeline of the . want to speed up Pixel 7 and 7 Pro compared to their predecessors, and while a few weeks may not be that important in the grand scheme of things, it certainly suggests we’re dealing with more mature and sophisticated products this fall.