Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro are already on sale: where you can buy them

Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro are already on sale: where you can buy them

Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro are already on sale

The new devices of the Google Pixel range were announced a few hours ago, and everything went as anticipated: the Google Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro smartwatches were joined by the Pixel Watch smartwatch and the Nest Wifi Pro home automation products and Nest Doorbell. However, smartphones are the most anticipated products globally, as well as the only ones for the moment already on sale also in our country. So here's where you can buy them and what are the major differences between the two models.

Where to buy Google Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro

For the moment, the two gadgets can only be ordered online . They will officially go on sale on October 13, when they will also arrive in the physical stores of Google's partner distributors. For the moment, however, the only destinations where you can order devices are online.

Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro on Amazon The most practical destination to reach is that of the ecommerce giant, if only because it is the one most people are most familiar with and payment information already stored. On the portal the products are already available at the prices that have been announced: 649 and 899 euros respectively.

Google Pixel 7 smartphone

649 € - buy on Amazon

Google Pixel 7 smartphone Pro

899 € - buy on Amazon Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro on Google The other shop that already allows you to book the two smartphones is that of the manufacturer, or the Google Store. Also in this case the reservation queues an order that will be processed starting from 13 October, and also in this case the prices are exactly the same as those announced during the presentation event.

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What changes between Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro

As happened last year with the Pixel 6, also this year the two smartphones proposed by Google are not they have exactly the same price, indeed: they are spaced by a good 250 euros.

The processor is the same At the base is the second generation of the processor designed by Google, here baptized Tensor G2. The design remains similar to last year's, although the camera bump is now made of metal and no longer glass. For the rest, the differences between the devices are different.

The differences between the displays Pixel 7 is more compact and pocket-sized. It has a 6.3-inch display with amoled technology and 90 Hz refresh rate, while the Pixel 7 Pro is more generous in size, with a larger 6.7-inch display and more refined production technology that brings a variable screen refresh rate from 1 to 120 Hz, for lower energy consumption and greater fluidity.

The extra camera The other big difference is in the photographic sector, more advanced in the case of Pixel 7 Pro. The two phones share the selfie camera and the main rear sensor, which is 50 megapixel with optical stabilization. The basic model supports it with a single 12 megapixel ultra-wide angle sensor, while the Pro variant offers both a more extreme wide angle and a 48 megapixel 5x zoom sensor.

Comparable autonomy The difference in size of the two gadgets (155, 6 x 73.2 x 8.7mm for Pixel 7, 162.9 x 76.6 x 8.9mm for Pixel 7 Pro) also makes the bundled battery different in size - these are two 4335 units and 5000 mAh, which, however, on the autonomy of the respective gadgets should have comparable performance.

The arrival on the market

The date for the official entry on the market of the two devices is set for October 13, less than a week. From that day the products will begin to arrive in the homes of the first buyers, but not only: as happened last year for Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro, the two gadgets will begin to appear on sale also in electronics chains and physical stores.

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Google is updating its Google Home app for Android and iOS and bringing it to Wear OS and the web.


Apple on Tuesday announced a public preview of its new Google Home app, which lets you use your iPhone or Android phone to control more than 80,000 smart home devices like lamps, thermostats, security cameras and smart speakers. The app has been gradually absorbing the duties of previous special purpose apps, like one for Nest thermostats and another for Wi-Fi routers, and Google is trying to improve the interface. For example, you'll now be able to see video from security cameras and doorbells right when you open the app.

One big change is customization. The earlier Google Home app was organized with some categories at the top, like thermostats and cameras, with room-based groups below. The new interface lets you add favorites up top so it's faster to reach the device you want. It also offers 'spaces' that group devices by category, and next year, Google plans to let Google Home users customize those spaces.

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