Google Pixel 7 Pro phone will be available for pre-order on October 6
At the event that took place on October 6, it was already common knowledge that Google would unveil its Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro smartphones. Our friends at Android Police (opens in new tab) discovered fine print in an official Google promotional video (opens in new tab) stating that the phones will be available for pre-order on that day. As a result, we can now be reasonably certain that the phones will be available for purchase on that day. At the very end of a video about the Pixel 7 Pro, there is some text that suggests the phone will be available for pre-order starting on October 6.
This may sound like a no-brainer, but many manufacturers, and Apple, in particular, like to build some buzz between the event where the phone is announced for the first time and the day when you can actually lay down money to buy one. This year, Apple made the announcement about the iPhone 14 on September 7, but the company did not start accepting pre-orders until September 9th.
Although Android Police correctly assumes that all of the phones will go on sale on the same day, the launch of the iPhone is slightly delayed. For example, the large-screen iPhone 14 Plus was available for pre-order on the same day as the rest of the iPhones, but it would not be delivered until the following week. You may also read our comprehensive rundown and buying guide to the best Google Pixel phones if you are interested in learning more about the Google Pixel phones and the distinctions that exist between each of the available smartphones.
Even though Google hasn’t specifically announced the launch date, it’s been all but completely clear that it will be shortly releasing its Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro phones. Google has already guaranteed that these phones will be coming soon. On that day, we also anticipate the launch of a high-end Pixel Watch, and it’s possible that we’ll get additional details on a future Pixel Tablet. Due to the fact that Google has already generated a significant amount of excitement over the new devices, the company is not required to do so. At the Google I/O event that took place in the spring of this past year, Google made a very surprising and out-of-the-ordinary step by announcing its new Pixel 7 family fairly early on.
Since we have been looking forward to these phones for close to half a year, it seems needless to postpone the beginning of sales for even two more days beyond that, unless the phones aren’t completely ready. The fact that Google is offering pre-sales right away is a good vote of confidence in the company’s own gadgets, and it shows that they are ready to go.