- Google Pixel 7 pricing just leaked for the United States.
- According to the leak, the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro could be $599 and $899 respectively.
- Additionally, Target stores in the US could have a sweet deal for pre-orders.
In 2021, Google surprised us all by launching the Pixel 6 series at very reasonable prices. The Pixel 6, in particular, was a genuine steal at a list price of $599. That value helped it become our favorite Android phone of the year.
Now, in 2022, all eyes are on Google Pixel 7 pricing. Thanks to leaker Artem Russakovskii on Twitter, we now have an idea of what to expect. According to the leaker’s source — which appears to be an employee at a US-based Target store — the Pixel 7 could cost $599 while the Pixel 7 Pro could cost $899.
Yes, that’s the same pricing as the Pixel 6 series, which is great news.
The big question, however, is what this will mean for the Pixel 6 when the Pixel 7 series lands. Will Google simply discontinue sales of the Pixel 6 series? Will it drop the price for those and run them alongside the Pixel 7 series? With Google Pixel 7 pricing being the same as the Pixel 6 series while offering more features and a different design, Google can’t run them both. Either the Pixel 6 series is going to go away or it’s going to drop in price.
We’ll need to wait and see how that goes. We’ll find out on October 6 at Google’s hardware event.
Additionally, the Target leaker also had some info on a potential pre-order deal. The Pixel 7 could come with a $100 Target gift card while the Pro model could come with a $200 gift card. However, there might be other requirements for this deal besides just pre-ordering the phones themselves.