Although Google has already released a lot of information about the Pixel 7 and its bigger sister model, the Pixel 7 Pro, it is still hesitant to provide specific specifications. According to our retailer data, there’s good news and bad news, at least when it comes to indoor storage.
Basic model with dual memory on demand
The first good news: Google will introduce the Pixel 7 in Europe with 128 and 256 GB of internal flash memory. Previously, there was only a 128GB variant, so fans of Google’s new, slightly cheaper and smaller flagship at least get the option to buy a version with double the flash capacity of up to 256GB. At the same time, the retailer’s information also reveals that Google is still relatively stingy when it comes to the internal memory of its flagship smartphones. The Google Pixel 7 Pro will only be available in the memory configurations mentioned above – at least in retail stores. The Pro model also has a NAND flash with a capacity of 128 or 256 GB.
You won’t find any options with more memory like Apple or Samsung in the Pixel 7 series. Of course, the MicroSD card slot is still missing, after all, Google also likes to encourage customers to use its cloud services. As far as the availability of new devices is concerned, there may also be good news. If the information is reliable, the new model series may be two weeks after Official launch on October 6 in retail in Europe.
“Prone to fits of apathy. Zombie ninja. Entrepreneur. Organizer. Evil travel aficionado. Coffee practitioner. Beer lover.”