Best Google Pixel 7 Pro cases for perfect Pixel phone protection

Cover your new flagship Google phone with our choice of the best Google Pixel 7 Pro cases

Spigen Ultra Hybrid Case for Google Pixel 7 Pro
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Happy new smartphone day! Santa really delivered, eh? Well, if you're looking for the best Google Pixel 7 Pro cases, you've come to the right place to find the best protection for your new precious best Android phone. Carrying around a naked smartphone is exciting but fraught with risks, so the best thing you can do is check out the cases below and find the right cosy home for your new slab of technology. 

When you're choosing a case for your Pixel, it's not just about how much money to spend. There are plenty of different protection levels available at all budgets, so you don't have to go for the most expensive option. Instead think about what you actually need to protect your Pixel from. Where do you work? Do you have to travel a lot? Where your phone lives most of the time will help you decide what the best Google Pixel 7 Pro case is for your needs. 

And of course there are all kinds of materials to choose from too. You can be green with recycled plastic options or even choose a case with leather that gets more attractive the more worn it gets. Whether you still want to be able to enjoy the slim nature of the phone itself with an official case or embrace a wooden case, we've got the best ones to consider right here.  

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Louise Blain is a journalist and broadcaster specialising in technology, gaming, and entertainment.  She has a weekly consumer tech slot on BBC Radio Scotland and is the presenter of BBC Radio 3's monthly Sound of Gaming show. She can also regularly be found on BBC Radio 4, BBC Five Live, and The Evolution of Horror podcast as well as writing for GamesRadar and NME. Louise loves finding ways that tech can make our lives better every day and no, she doesn't have enough smart lighting yet.