Google Pixel 7 pre-orders at Amazon include a free $100 gift card

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Only a few hours after its debut, there are already good offers for Google’s Pixel 7 family. Amazon includes a free $100 gift certificate if you order the regular Pixel 7 by October 24 at 2:59 p.m. Eastern Time. And if you’d rather buy the Pixel 7 Pro, Amazon offers a $200 free card. That’s true regardless of capacity, so it might be enough if you’re looking to buy a case or wireless earbuds for the Android flagship.

Buy Pixel 7 with a $100-$599 gift card Buy Pixel 7 Pro with a $200-$899 gift card

Both Pixel 7 models deliver modest but welcome improvements. In addition to a more powerful Tensor G2 chip capable of handling AI-intensive tasks, they promise improved camera quality compared to the Pixel 6 (especially for zoomed shots, selfies and videos). The 7 Pro gets the biggest update, with a 5x telephoto camera that’s said to maintain sharp photos across multiple zoom levels. There are more subtle tweaks too, including a handier 6.3-inch screen on the Base 7 and a flatter, brighter (1,500 nit) 6.7-inch panel on the 7 Pro.

You probably won’t want to upgrade from the Pixel 6 or other recent high-end Android phones. If you’re coming from an older device, however, the appeal is clear – both Pixel 7 variants are capable, ‘pure’ Android phones that undercut the price of some comparable rivals. The gift cards just make the transition that little bit easier.

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Russell Falcon

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