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Deal | Google Pixel 7 Pro now up to 28% off on Amazon

Google Pixel 7 Pro Android smartphone (Source: Google)
Google Pixel 7 Pro Android smartphone (Source: Google)
Guaranteed to receive software updates for half a decade, the Google Pixel 7 Pro has been around for less than a year but is already available for consistent discounts of almost 30%. The 256 GB variant is down to the lowest price in 30 days thanks to a 25% discount, the 128 GB version drops by 28%, and the 512 GB model is 23% off.

Previewed in May 2022 and introduced with Android 13 in early October, the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro will get successors in less than a month. The Google Pixel 7 Pro is now finally discounted by Amazon and, in the case of the 256 GB and 512 GB versions, the ongoing price drops push them to the lowest price tags they carried in the last 30 days. 

Without further ado, these are the discounted prices, the discounts, and list prices of the three storage versions of the Google Pixel 7 Pro:

  • 128 GB: US$649, 28%, US$899 
  • 256 GB: US$749, 25%, US$999
  • 512 GB: US$849, 23%, US$1,099

All models mentioned above come in Hazel, Obsidian, and Snow finish. Amazon is also offering bundles that include the phone alongside a pair of Pixel Buds Pro. In this case, the prices range between US$848.99 and US$1,048.99.

Our in-depth review of the Google Pixel 7 Pro concluded that this is an excellent device with a full set of features that provides good value (based on the launch price). The ongoing discounts make this handset quite tempting for those who are looking for a pure Android experience and have no plans to acquire the Pixel 8 or Pixel 8 Pro at launch. 

Buy the Google Pixel 7 Pro (512 GB, Snow) on Amazon

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Codrut Nistor, 2023-09-21 (Update: 2023-09-21)