A week after the presentation, Google’s new mobile hardware went on the market in the countries where the company officially distributes its devices. Hungary is not among them, but several European countries are, for example Germany, Spain, the United Kingdom and Ireland. However, what is also common in these countries is that the Pixel 7 Pro is not available in the 512 GB version, for some reason Google is currently only selling the version with the largest storage space in the American market. Both phones uniformly use the Tensor G2 system chip, made with 5 nanometer manufacturing technology.
The base Pixel 7 has 8GB of RAM and 128GB or 256GB of storage. The 8/128GB version costs €649 or £599, while the 8/256GB version costs €749 or £699. The Pixel 7 Pro phones all use 12GB of RAM, with the 12/128GB model costing €899 or £849 and the 12/256GB model costing €999 or £949. Google also undertakes product credit in the countries where the product is sold through its official channels, and those who pre-order and buy before October 17 can receive Pixel Buds Pro earphones or Pixel Watch as a gift with their new phone. The Watch can only be ordered for Pro models, the sale varies by country.
Alongside the phones, the new Pixel Watch is also in stores, with the Wi-Fi version of the watch priced at €379 or £339, while the LTE-capable version costs €429 or £379. The smartwatch, which is only sold in the 41-millimeter size, comes with a factory silicone strap in four colors, but you can purchase a different leather, silicone or cotton strap from Google for between 50 and 80 euros (or 50-80 pounds).