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The Google Pixel 7 drops to its joint LOWEST PRICE EVER

Already reasonably priced, Google’s mid-range marvel is now looking better than ever thanks an eye-catching price drop

Since its launch back in October, the Google Pixel 7 has seen a few price drops, most of them fairly modest. The most significant one came during this year’s Boxing Day sales, which saw the phone hit its lowest price ever. Matching that drop, a rare February deal has seen the Google Pixel fall back to this rock bottom price.

Selling at an average price of £565 on Amazon, this current sale has taken the phone below £500, down to just £496. As noted above, deals like this don’t come along every day, so if you’ve had your sights set on picking up a Pixel, now’s the time to strike.

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Outside of this current deal, we’re also happy to recommend the Pixel 7 generally, as it’s simply a quality phone in our estimation.

Picking up five stars and our coveted Best Buy award in our original Google Pixel 7 review, we praised the phone for its reasonable price for a flagship, as well as its updated design. The phone has a sleek aluminium finish, is nicely sized compared to its rivals, being more hand and pocket appropriate in size, and comes with IP68 dust/water resistance, as well as Gorilla Glass Victus fronting to protect against drops and cracks.

The Pixel 7 also boasts solid internal components for its price point, coming with 8GB of RAM, 128GB of storage and the latest Tensor G2 chip. While not as flashy as its Pro model sibling, the Pixel 7’s display is still quite impressive: its 6.4in AMOLED panel has a resolution of 2,400 x 1,080 (FHD+), a 90Hz refresh rate, HDR10+ compatibility, and performed nicely in our colour and brightness tests.

When it comes to the series’ flagship feature, its well-equipped cameras, the Pixel 7 is once again in reliably fine form. Operating off a dual camera set-up, consisting of a 50MP, f/1.9 main camera and a 12MP, f/2.2 ultrawide sensor, the Pixel produces consistently high-quality images, with well-balanced, natural colour reproduction, good use of HDR and fine detail in every shot. Notably improved in the Pixel 7 is the phone’s video capabilities, with it now able to capture 4K video at up to 60fps. The Pixel 7 also introduces the brand’s new Dual feature, which allows users to capture video from both the front and back cameras simultaneously.

Overall, the phone’s snappy photographic abilities, inflation-avoidant pricing and boosted battery life make the Pixel 7 a smart buy, even at full price.

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