You'll find all of the best Google Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro deals neatly lined up right here on this page - perfect if you're looking to compare your options for an upgrade. In general, both devices share similar promotions at the major carriers and unlocked retailers right now, so there's plenty to choose from regardless of whether you're going fore the standard device or eying up the Pro model.
Google Pixel 7:
1. The best deals
2. Mini review
Google Pixel 7 Pro:
1. The best deals
2. Mini review
Both the Google Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro have officially been launched this month after a very, very brief preorders window. So far, demand has been fairly high but the good news is that there haven't been any pesky delivery delays (so far). As with most cell phone deals, the best promotions currently revolve around trade-in promotions with AT&T and Verizon in particular having very strong deals from the offset.
If you're buying your device outright then the new Google Pixel 7 retails for $599, whereas the more premium Pixel 7 Pro retails for $899. This puts them at the same price as the previous iterations, although there are a few key upgrades to help sweeten the proposition.
The headline feature is the upgraded Google Tensor G2 chip - the second iteration of Google's own-brand silicon, and a chip that's bringing a number of performance and power efficiency improvements. This, alongside a number of camera upgrades and a subtly tweaked design makes both the Google Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro the most powerful and fully-featured flagship devices yet from the brand.
As a quick overview, the main differences between the devices come down to size (6.3-inch screen versus 6.7-inches), display refresh rate (90Hz versus 120Hz), and a few key camera upgrades (extra zoom, in particular). There are a few other smaller differences, and, as with the latest iPhones - the Pro device is the one that's carrying the lion's share of upgrades.
If you'd like to read more about these devices, we've included a more detailed overview of each underneath this week's best deals for each device. Joining us from the UK? Check out the best Google Pixel 7 deals in the UK here.
- See this week's best Google Pixel 7a deals for the latest mid-range option
The best Google Pixel 7 deals
Google Pixel 7:
$5/mo free with an unlimited plan, plus $399 off smartwatch at Verizon
Verizon's Google Pixel 7 deals offer the device for free right now with a new unlimited data plan - an awesome promo that doesn't need the usual trade-in that's required with big carrier deals usually. This is, pound for pound, one of the strongest carrier promotions available on the market right now - especially since you can also bundle in a free smartwatch on top of you want. One minor caveat worth mentioning, however, is that we've seen the Pixel 7 Pro available for free under the same terms under occasion.
Google Pixel 7:
$10/mo $5/mo with an unlimited plan at AT&T
One of the best Google Pixel 7 deals this week is found over at AT&T, which has just cut the monthly price on this device from $10 down to just $5 per month. This is a fantastic deal when you consider you don't need to trade-in to be eligible. You will, however, still need that pricey unlimited data plan so factor that one in before you jump on board with a 3-year contract.
Google Pixel 7: $100 off with activation at Best Buy
Best Buy often ties its own deals to the ones that you'd find at the major carriers - specifically with trade-in rebates. Right now, however, it's offering a really nice $100 activation rebate, which could be a compelling choice depending on what type of carrier you're looking at going with. Also available at Best Buy is the retailer's own trade-in program, which offers additional trade-in rebates of up to $500 or so.
Google Pixel 7 deals: what to you need to know
OS: Android | Screen size: 6.3-inch OLED (90Hz)| Resolution: 2400 x 1080 | CPU: Google Tensor| Memory: 8GB RAM | Weight: 155g |Storage: 128 / 256 | Battery: 4,277mAh | Rear camera: 50MP wide (ƒ/1.85), 12MP ultrawide| Front camera: 8MP (ƒ/2.0)
Here we go folks - here's the new Google Pixel 7 - the latest flagship device from the brand and the second iteration of what was essentially a 'soft reboot' for the series. At first glance, it's strikingly similar to the previous Pixel 6, and Google has very much carried over the design language from its predecessor. There are a few key differences, however.
Firstly, the distinctive bar housing for the cameras from the previous device has been switched from a glass construction to a mostly metal design. It doesn't look quite as uniform, but the slightly brass/copperish hue to the aluminum looks very slick on certain colors - particularly the pastel 'Lemongrass' green.
Without a doubt, the biggest upgrade for the Pixel 7 is the new Tensor G2 chip, which is the second version of Google's own in-house silicon. Early benchmarks indicate a fairly minor 10% bump in performance versus the last iteration overall, but graphical tasks could see a 20% increase (playing on the Pixel's strength in computational photography and gaming). Power isn't everything, however, as improved chip architecture should result in better power efficiency and heat management. Battery life was one of the most commonly reported frustrations with the Pixel 6 so this is a welcome and sensible upgrade from Google.
Another minor improvement is the front camera being bumped up to 10MP from 8MP, and it also now supports 4K video at 60 FPS. The rear camera essentially supports the same lens setup and sensor as previously, but now features an upgraded 8x digital zoom and a new 'Movie Mode' which provides cinematic blurring, much akin to the iPhone's Cinematic Mode.
The 6.3-inch display on the Pixel 7 is slightly smaller than the Pixel 6's 6.4-inches, but it retains the 90Hz OLED setup. The Pixel 7 also features 8GB of RAM and your choice of either 128GB or 256GB of storage, much akin to the previous Pixel 6.
The best Google Pixel 7 Pro deals
Google Pixel 7 Pro:
$10/mo $5/mo with a new unlimited plan, plus $399 off smartwatch at Verizon
Verizon was offering the Pixel 7 Pro for free with an unlimited data plan just a few weeks ago - a limited-time-only promo that's unfortunately not up for grabs anymore. Right now, the device is $5 per month under the same terms, which is still pretty good and you can also bundle in an additional smartwatch as a freebie if you'd like. Overall, we'd still give this one the thumbs up, although those who are willing to be patient might be able to snag the device for free at some point in the near future.
Google Pixel 7 Pro: $10/mo with an unlimited plan at AT&T
AT&T's hasn't just significantly cut the monthly price for the standard Pixel 7 - you'll also find a great price on the Pixel 7 Pro right now. Previously, you had to trade-in to get a discount so this week's deal is absolutely awesome if you're just coming over to the carrier fresh without having a trade lined up. You'll still need an unlimited data plan but you're paying just $360 in total for the device here - a great price.
Google Pixel 7 Pro: was
$899 now $789 at Amazon
Amazon has a small but worthwhile price cut on unlocked devices this week. At $120 off, we're $30 more than the record-low here but this could still be an option depending on whether you want to wait or not. Our recommendation? Probably wait it out for now as we're sure to see another discount over the next few months.
Google Pixel 7 Pro: $250 off with activation at Best Buy
Best Buy's currently offering a $250 carrier activation rebate with all Pixel 7 Pro devices right now - a decent option if you're not looking for a traditional trade-in discount at one of the big carriers. Since this one isn't tied to a trade-in it can potentially be used to get a discount at either AT&T, Verizon, or T-Mobile without having to hand over an old device.
Google Pixel 7 Pro deals: what you need to know
OS: Android | Screen size: 6.7-inch OLED (120Hz)| Resolution: 3120 x 1440 | CPU: Google Tensor| Memory: 12GB RAM | Weight: 210g |Storage: 128 / 256 | Battery: 5,000mAh | Rear camera: 50MP wide (ƒ/1.85), 12MP ultrawide / 58MP telephoto| Front camera: 11MP (ƒ/2.2)
The new Google Pixel 7 is going to be the device of choice for those who want a bigger, badder, faster, and more feature-packed flagship - and for those with deeper pockets. Retailing for $899 out the gates, the Pixel 7 Pro essentially retains the same pricing model as the previous iteration, namely as the most premium offering from the brand.
Again, like the standard Pixel 7, the Pixel 7 Pro is more of an iterative upgrade as opposed to a revolution to the formula. You've essentially got the same screen (120Hz OLED), upgraded RAM (12GB), and design as on the previous model, with a few well-thought-out tweaks to the formula here and there.
Where things have mostly been changed up is internally, with the new Tensor G2 chip being the headline feature across both Pixel 7 devices. While representing a fairly small bump (10%) in overall power, moving to a new architecture has yielded improvements in power efficiency and heat management. It's also stated to be specifically better at graphical tasks - in particular the Pixel's strong suit of computational photography.
Speaking of which, the camera on the Pixel 7 Pro has also seen some fairly hefty improvements. The camera on the Pro device was already strong but Google has been focusing on bringing it up to speed with the latest Apple and Samsung devices. The camera now supports a 5x optical zoom (biggest zoom on any device, outside of the Galaxy S22 Ultra's 10x zoom) and a ridiculous 30x digital zoom. That's a marked increase from the previous Google Pixel 6 Pro, which topped out at 20x. There's also a new 'Movie Mode' and 'Macro Focus' mode, the latter of which is exclusive to the Pixel 7 Pro.
On the outside, there's been a minor tweak to the overall aesthetics of the device, with the uniform black glass bar for the camera housing being abandoned in favor of an aluminum construction. It looks a little less uniform from the back since the camera lenses are black (and clearly seen), but the new brass-like copperish hue to the metal housing does look very neat.