The Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro have been out for a while now, so we see regular deals across the board, whether you want to buy them outright, pay with installments, or take out a new carrier plan. Most vendors offer significant trade-in value, anywhere from $500 to $800, depending on what phone you’re trading in and what condition it’s in.
If you’re still using the older Pixel 6 lineup and aren’t familiar with the new Pixel 7, they’re a great upgrade on the previous generation, with the Pixel 7 Pro in particular ranking highly in our list of the best phones overall for 2023. Both the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro come with the second-gen Tensor chip, so you get a lot more power and efficiency, with battery life remaining relatively the same, even though you’re getting more performance out of the phones.
They both also come with improved cameras and have some changes to screen size, with the Pixel 7 going for the smaller 6.3-inch display rather than the 6.4-inch display of the Pixel 6. As for the Pixel 7 Pro, it continues to have a large 6.7-inch display, which is perfect for those who prefer larger screens. Note that there’s also the more recently released Pixel 7A on the market from $499. And the Pixel Fold might also be something you’d be interested in, especially if you’ve been eyeing the foldables market for a while.
What colors do the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro come in?
The Pixel 7 comes in three color variants: snow (white), obsidian (black) and lemongrass (yellow). The larger Pixel 7 Pro is available in snow, obsidian, and hazel (green).
How much do the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro cost?
The Pixel 7 series retains the same retail price points that the departing Pixel 6 series held with a $599 starting price. Here’s how US pricing breaks down in full:
- Pixel 7 (128 GB): $599
- Pixel 7 (256GB): $699
- Pixel 7 Pro (128GB): $899
- Pixel 7 Pro (256GB): $999
- Pixel 7 Pro (512GB): $1,099