The next-gen Pixel 7 and 7 Pro smartphones are expected to debut on Oct. 6th during Google’s special event.
While a lot has been rumored about what to expect when the device finally debuts, the latest is the price tag of the device which is being reported by GSMArena.
The search giant posted a render showing the front of the Pixel 7 Pro where its curved display can be seen.
Also, the camera module looks pretty similar to the previous model except for the camera lenses being made more obvious inlike the previous models.
The poster was shared on Google’s Pixel Superfan Facebook group which is open to join by anyone interested.
The company is also on the verge of releasing two Pixel smartwatches and a pair of Pixel Buds Pro.
Speaking of the price, the reported price of the Pixel 7 is said to be on par with the previous Pixel 6 which started as low as US$599 while the Pixel 7 Pro is expected to start as low as US$899.
Of course, even if these leaked prices do pan out, keep in mind that they only cover the US market. This year Apple also kept its iPhone prices intact in the US, but hiked them across the board in other countries, so Google might just do the same.
The color options of the Pixel 7 include Snow, Obsidian, and Lemongrass, while the Pixel 7 Pro will come in Obsidian, Hazel, and Snow. “Snow” seems to be Google’s way of saying “white”, while “obsidian” is a stand-in for “black”.
There is also the chance to get a US$100 gift card when you pre-order the Pixel 7 at Target while the high-end Pixel 7 Pro pre-order gets you a US$200 gift card.
And as for the commencement of the pre-orders, it’s expected to start on the day of the event which is Oct. 6th while the release date of the device is said to be a week later which is Oct. 13th.