Amazon leaks Google Pixel 7 price and release date

You might have to wait to get your hands on the new Google Pixel 7

Google Pixel 7 Android phone in white, lemon and black colorways
(Image credit: Google)

It's just over a week until Google officially launches the new Pixel 7 range of phones, but it feels like they're already here. Thanks to spec leaks for both the Google Pixel 7 and Google Pixel 7 Pro, and renders of the devices flaunted in Google's promotional material, it feels like all that's left is to get the official word on October 6th.

But another leak has come to light, this time from Amazon. Twitter user Brandon Lee (opens in new tab) first showed off the listing for the Google Pixel 7 on Amazon's US site.

The image of the listing confirms the $599 price point which we reported on last week. However, the listing states that the Pixel 7 will be available from the 13th of October – one week after it gets launched. 

This contrasts with previous rumours which suggested that the full range would be available right away from the 6th of October. Even the Google launch notes suggest that, though it now seems the availability they mention may be some kind of short pre-order rather than readily available stock.

Elsewhere, the device image appears to show slightly slimmer bezels than the Google Pixel 6. It's marginal though, and may well be a trick of the light, with this image using a dark wallpaper that makes the bezel tough to distinguish.

A screenshot from Amazon US which shows the Google Pixel 7 available for sale

(Image credit: Brandon Lee)

The Google Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro will debut alongside the first ever Google Pixel Watch and updates to the Google Nest smart home range.

The phones come in three colours. Both options are available in Obsidian and Snow, with the Pixel 7 adding Lemongrass and the Pixel 7 Pro adding Hazel. The headline feature for the new range is Google's Tensor G2 chip. Early benchmark testing suggests G2 will offer a small bump in performance over its predecessor, the Tensor G1, with around 7-10% increases in single core and multi core performance.

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Sam Cross
Trainee Online Writer

Online news writer at T3.com, Sam has five years of experience in online and print journalism. With a passion for all things digital, he specialises in mobile phones, wearable technology, smart homes and TVs. Sam is an expert on Apple products, including iPhones, iPads, Apple Watches and MacBook's. In his spare time, Sam is a keen guitarist, golfer and watch lover.