Google Pixel 7 Pro at lowest-ever price is a great (affordable) iPhone 15 alternative

Google Pixel 7 Pro deal
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Google has just turned 25, and in celebration is offering up to 25% off on select Pixel phones, including $250 off the Google Pixel 7 Pro. This brings the phone back to a record-low price of $649 (down from $899). Google is also offering up to $400 back with an eligible trade-in (so you could actually only pay out $249 if you have the right phone to give back, pretty darn good). The birthday celebrations end on September 23, so don't dilly-dally. 

The Google Pixel 7 Pro is easily one of the best camera phones on the market and has great appeal to creatives with effortless multitasking and amazing value for money. The camera is the star of the show, with features to unblur your images using AI, erase unwanted strangers from the background, and an impressive night mode. 


Google Pixel 7 Pro, 128GB
$649 at Google
Save: $250

Overview: This anniversary sale from Google has seemingly encouraged other retailers to price match, with the same deals at Best Buy and Amazon. But if you want that free tote bag then you'll need to purchase directly from Google. 

Key features: | Display: 6.7-inch AMOLED (1440 x 3120)| Storage: 128GB - 512GB | Main Camera: 50 MP, f/1.9 (wide) + 48MP f/3.5,120mm (telephoto) + 12 MP, f/2.2 (Ultra wide) | Front Camera: 10.8 MP, f/2.2 | Weight: 212 g | OS: Android 13

Release date: October 2022.

Price history: The cheapest US price we've ever seen on the 128GB Pixel 7 Pro was previously $699, so this new deal undercuts this by $50 and beats the retail price by $250. 

Current price: Amazon: $649 | Best Buy: $649

Review consensus: We're yet to submit our own review of the Google Pixel 7 Pro, but our sister site Tom's Guide gave it four stars, praising the refined design, and TechRadar found it to be "simply brilliant at everything it does", rating it 4.5 stars. 

TechRadar ⭑⭑⭑⭑ | Tom's Guide  ⭑⭑⭑⭑

Beth Nicholls
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Beth is Creative Bloq’s Ecommerce Writer. An avid music photographer and previous staff writer for Digital Camera World, Beth has a keen eye for content and knows just how to create it. Her background working as a tester for CeX has provided extensive knowledge surrounding the latest tech and gaming trends, and she studied Music Journalism too, so you'll probably find her at a gig. Basically, she's a total nerd with a Snorlax tattoo and a Master's degree in Photography, forever wishing she was Peter Parker.