Google will unveil the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro smartphones at a special event on October 6. While we’re getting closer to that date, more and more information about these two is being teased directly by the company or leaked by various sources.
Alongside this, a new leak points us that the Pixel 7 will cost as much as the Pixel 6 did upon its official release, and the Pixel 7 Pro will correspondingly match the Pixel 6 Pro’s price. That means the tiny model will go for $599, while the greater one will cost around $899, just like last year.
Here is how to get an idea of the prices of the new Google devices and when they are launched. Here are the prices of their previous generation devices.
- Google Pixel 6: (£599/$599)
- Google Pixel 6 Pro: (£849/$899)
- Pixel 5: (£599/$699)
- Pixel 4: (£669/$799)
- 4 XL: (£829/$899)
As you can see, the price of the standard pixel is around the $599 mark. And the Pro tier introduced in 2021 goes a little up than that. We expect to see Google stick with these prices going forward, considering the worldwide chip shortages and increased manufacturing costs due to Covid. We could see some price increases when both products are released.
Today’s leak also indicates that if you pre-order a Pixel 7 at Target, you’ll earn a $100 gift card. While pre-ordering the Pixel 7 Pro denotes a $200 gift card. Pre-orders will begin on the day of the event, October 6. And the earlier rumored October 13 release date is ‘verified’ once more by this rumor.