The Made by Google event is now over and the official release of several Google products has been made. Thanks to Google’s own leaks and a ton of others, there weren’t that many surprises about the Google Pixel 7 smartphones left but now we know the rest of the story – including how much they cost and when you can get them. Now, you can also get up to a $200 gift card as well!
New Google Pixel 7 or Google Pixel 7 Pro with Up to $200 Amazon Gift Card
Link: Google Pixel 7 with free $100 Amazon Gift Card | Google Pixel 7 Pro with free $200 Amazon Gift Card (these are affiliate links, thanks for the support!)
These will be released on October 13.
If you buy these from Google themselves, you will get up to a $200 credit towards a future Google Store purchase. But, Amazon will give you up to a $200 Amazon gift card also, which I think is much more valuable for most of us!
Check out all the details about the new Google Pixel 7 phones here at Google or Engadget, but I will say that while I love Google’s hardware (and software), their events are no where near the production quality of an Apple event. That is a shame since Google’s products deserve a better forum and presentation for sure, than what they normally do.
Anyways, the big deal with Google Pixel phones has long been the cameras. They are some of the best cameras on smartphones, in part due to the awesome AI that Google has that helps boost the photos even more. Check out my Google Pixel 6 review from last year to get an idea about it.
This year, the phones have improved even more as well as receiving a new processor and display tech. I will have one in a couple of weeks and put it through its paces for a travel review so I will be sure to let you know how I like it for that!
Oh, and the Google Pixel watch is official as well! I will be getting one of those shortly for review and am eager to see how well Google’s software and hardware mixed with the best of FitBit has done with this. Be on the lookout for that! At $349, this is a direct competitor to the Apple Watch, not a high-end Garmin Fenix or the Apple Watch Ultra (which I finally have on my wrist and am checking out a lot right now so stay tuned for a review and comparison to the Garmin Epix 2 coming soon!).