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The Pixel 7 Pro back to October 2022 pricing

Back in October the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro had deals where for around $950 you’d get a 128 GB Pixel 7 Pro and two $100 gift certificates from wherever it was being sold. Basically $750 for a Pixel 7 Pro, less for the 7. After the $200 in gift card offers expired the price on the phone was essentially $200 higher.

I believe it went down for Black Friday, back up because reasons, and now it’s back down to $749/849/949 for the 128/256/512gb versions.

About two months ago I would not have recommended it due to some serious problems with the charging and alarm settings, but it’s been mostly fixed… amazing as an actual telephone with the call screening features, and yeah.

Other than being completely destroyed by Samsung in the multi-window department, the phone is solid now.

I can’t really say the camera is the selling point here. I think it and my S21 were pretty much on par, but man I can’t tell you how nice it is to have something that screens out scammers, spammers, and forces people to state a reason for a call.

You can grab a Pixel 7 Pro on Amazon for $749 now. Good phone, the speech recognition is… chef’s kiss. The onboard call screener that live transcribes what people are calling you for… amazing.

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Back in October the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro had deals where for around $950 you'd get a 128 GB Pixel 7 Pro and two $100 gift certificates from wherever it was being sold. Basically $750 for a Pixel 7 Pro, less for the 7. After the $200 in gift card offers expired the price on the phone was essentially $200 higher.

Product Brand: Google

Editor's Rating:
4.2

Pros

  • Price
  • Speed
  • Cutting edge of software
  • Telephone and voice recognition are the best out there
  • Camera AI

Cons

  • Cutting edge means you get cut quite often
  • Updates introduce bugs that indicate little real world testing
  • Adaptive charging breaks when you set an alarm

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