The official announcement of Google Pixel 7 and 7 Pro smartphones is expected on October 6, and informal information is now available on how much the new devices will cost. The younger model will be sold for $599, and the older one will receive a price tag of $899, confident that the founder of Android Police is Artem Rusakowski.
In other words, the seventh generation smartphones will cost as much as the sixth generation, that is, Google probably decided to stick to the policy and not follow the example of other producers who did start raising the price of flagship devices. Google Pixel prices will contrast sharply with Apple's policy, whose iPhone 14 and 14 Pro sells from $799 and $999 – base Pixel 7 is going to be $200 cheaper to make the consumer think about the choice. On the other hand, Apple did not raise prices in the US this year, but simply removed the more accessible iPhone Mini.
The other day, Google published a promo in which it confirmed that the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro orders would start on October 6, the same day, an offline Made by Google event at which the company would show Pixel Watch and a number of Nest devices in a smartphone series. Unofficial data indicate that the new smartphones will start on October 13, although there is information that they could be postponed until October 18.