On October 6th, at the ‘Made by Google event, Google is expected to unveil its Pixel 7 line of smartphones. Google has revealed that pre-orders for the Pixel 7 Pro will begin on October 6th, a day before the event.
Google has released a teaser ad for the smartphone on the official ‘Made by Google’ YouTube channel, promising “Pixel owners” an early peek at the device. The commercial features people from different parts of the world checking out the Pixel 7 Pro and sharing their initial reactions to the new smartphone.
The Pixel 7 Pro is shown in the movie, blurred in people’s hands until the very end, when it is revealed beside the subtitle “Pre-orders beginning October 6, 2022.”
Some people in the film refer to it as the Pixel 7, although the commercial has since changed to exclusively feature the Pixel 7 Pro. The advertisement states that pre-orders for the Pixel 7 Pro will begin on the same day as the launch event.
It’s likely that the Pixel 7 will also be available for pre-order at the same time, even if the ad only mentions the Pixel 7 Pro. It is unclear when the Pixel 7 series will be available for purchase, despite the fact that pre-orders have begun.
Will the Google Pixel 7 Pro Launch in India?
While Google does bring its mid-range Pixel A-series handsets to India, the company typically does not release its high-end Pixel smartphones in the country.
There have been rumors that the Pixel may return to the Indian market with the Pixel 7 series, but official announcements have not been made as of yet. We anticipate that Google will reveal the regions its new Pixel smartphones will be available in prior to the launch date.
‘Made by Google’ Event: What to Expect
The October 7th ‘Made by Google event will see the introduction of the Google Pixel 7, Pixel 7 Pro, and the Google Pixel Watch.
As seen in the teaser photos, the Google Pixel Watch will be the first smartwatch from the Mountain View, California, tech giant, and will include a round face. Google’s WearOS will power the Google Pixel Watch, which is rumored to feature an OLED display and a Samsung Exynos CPU.
Meanwhile, the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro will ship with Google’s second-generation Tensor chip, dubbed the Tensor G2. Google’s teaser photos also reveal that the Pixel 7 Pro will sport a triple rear camera while the standard Pixel 7 will stick with a dual rear camera.