Google expands its reach with Pixel 7 series, to be available in 17 countries

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Google expands its reach with Pixel 7 series, to be available in 17 countries
For a while now a big crutch for Google fans around the world has been the limited availability of Pixel devices. But European fans, among others, will be happy to know that things are finally changing for the better.

Starting with the Google Pixel 7 series, which were just announced during the company's "Made by Google '22" event, the search engine giant is expanding the availability of its new flagships to 17 countries. Those most notably include Denmark, the Netherlands, Norway, and Sweden for the first time.

In the US, the phones will be available via the major carriers a week from now, as of October 13, while pre-orders are already live.

Get the new Google Pixel 7 Pro with a cool $670 discount

The fresh new Pixel 7 Pro, Google's most powerful handset, can be had at a cool discount in the form of a $200 digital gift card over at Best Buy, even if you are not fighting for carrier subsidies. Moreover, you can get up to a $600 trade-in deal for extra savings. If you want to upgrade from, say, a Pixel 6, that would be $470 off the mark, pretty neat!

Google Pixel 7 Pro

Get a $100 Amazon Gift Card with the new Pixel 7 Pro now.

The Pixel 7 is made even more affordable by Best Buy

Best Buy will give you $370 for your Pixel 5 and a $100 e-Gift card towards Google's new Pixel 7 costs just $599 and brings the same great camera set from the 7 Pro sans the periscope zoom. Upgrading from the two-year-old Pixel 5 will net you the Pixel 7 for just $129 over at Best Buy!

Google Pixel 7

Buy the Pixel 7 at Amazon and get a $100 Gift Card with your purchase.

Below are all the countries the Pixel 7 series are going to be available in, as officially confirmed by Google:

Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro availability:
  • United Kingdom
  • United States
  • Australia
  • Canada
  • Denmark
  • France
  • Germany
  • Ireland
  • Italy
  • Japan
  • Netherlands
  • Norway
  • Puerto Rico
  • Singapore
  • Spain
  • Sweden
  • Taiwan
  • India

For reference, the Pixel 6 series were initially available only in 9 countries. Even though Google's expansion is a good sign that bodes well for both the company and Pixel fans worldwide, Google remains quite limited in regards to the availability of its smartphones, when compared to the likes of Samsung and Apple. Still, things are definitely on the up and up, as this expansion suggests.

Learn more about the new Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro below:

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