The Google Pixel 7 Might Arrive Much Sooner than the Pixel Watch.

The Google Pixel 7 Might Arrive Much Sooner than the Pixel Watch.

We know Google will unveil the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro, as well as the Pixel Watch, on October 6, and pre-orders - at least for the Pixel 7 Pro - will begin on that date as well, but when will these devices really ship?

Google hasn't announced a release date, however Caschy's Blog believes that the Pixel 7 will be available on October 18, while the Pixel Watch won't be available until November 4. There's no mention of the Pixel 7 Pro, although it's possible that both variants may be available on October 18.

We would, of course, take this allegation with a grain of salt, especially given the source's lack of track record. However, it's worth noting that same source also claims October 6 as the pre-order date for all three smartphones, and that claim appears to have been made just before Google announced that pre-orders for the Pixel 7 Pro would begin on that day.

However, October 6 would have been an apparent assumption given the date of the announcement, so we wouldn't put too much stock in it. Still, if this is right, you'll just have to wait 12 days from the Pixel 7's debut to get your hands on it, whereas the Pixel Watch will have to wait nearly a month.

In terms of the Pixel Watch, 9to5Google reports that the Bluetooth variant will cost $349.99 (about £310 / AU$525). This appears to be a retail pricing, and it follows an earlier rumor that the cellular variant will cost $399 (roughly £350 / AU$595).

9to5Google has also revealed additional color options for the Pixel Watch, stating that the Bluetooth variant will be available in black with an obsidian band, silver with a chalk band, and gold with a hazel band. The cellular version will reportedly be available in black/obsidian, silver/charcoal, and gold/hazel.

Apparently, chalk is off-white in this area, charcoal is dark gray, and obsidian is black. As you can see in the tweet below, leaker Roland Quandt has independently listed the same colors, albeit described them somewhat differently.

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