Today, the Pixel 7 series and the new watch are both available for pre-order in several areas. Ready? Let’s now discuss the cost.

A Google Pixel 7 (128GB) will set you back $900 in the United States, €900 in Europe, and £850 in the United Kingdom. Additionally, the 256GB model costs $1,000/€1,000/£950, while the 512GB model costs $1,100. (this one is US-only, seemingly). With pricing beginning at 85,000, the phone is also debuting in India as part of a partnership with Flipkart.

If you are fortunate enough to reside in one of the few nations where the Google Pixel 7 is accessible, you can also pre-order it right now. The basic 128GB model costs for $600/€650/£600. You can get the 256GB variant for $700/€750/£700. The base model costs 60,000 in India.

Shipments of the Pixel 7 series will start on October 13. Naturally, the phones will be sold through the official Google webshop, but they will also be offered by significant merchants.

The Pixel 7 and 7 Pro are available at Best Buy in the US, for instance.

Here is the complete list of nations where the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro will be officially offered, thanks to Google’s expansion of their geographic reach this year:

Before October 18, Google will include a free Pixel Watch LTE, priced at €430, with orders of the Pro. The Pixel Buds Pro ($220 value) is included as a pre-order bonus with the standard Pixel 7.

Today saw the introduction of Google’s first wristwatch, the Pixel Watch. For €380, you may get the Wi-Fi-only model, or for €430, you can purchase the LTE variant, which gives you the flexibility to leave your phone at home.