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Pixel 7 Pro deals

Colour: Obsidian

Storage: 128GB

List of Pixel 7 Pro deals

Sorted by: Uswitch Promoted

  1. Google Pixel 7 Pro 128GB

    Uses Three's Network

    iD Mobile logo

    £27.99 a monthNo upfront costMonthly cost will rise every April by inflation (CPI) plus 3.9%

    £671.76 total cost

    Unlimited5G data

    24 month contract

    • Free roaming up to 30GB
    via iD Mobile
  2. Google Pixel 7 Pro 128GB

    Uses Three's Network

    iD Mobile logo

    £26.99 a monthNo upfront costMonthly cost will rise every April by inflation (CPI) plus 3.9%

    £647.76 total cost

    100 GBof 5G data

    24 month contract

    • Free roaming up to 30GB
    • Data rollover
    via iD Mobile
  3. Google Pixel 7 Pro 128GB

    Vodafone logo

    £28.00 a month£30.00 upfront costMonthly cost will rise every April by inflation (CPI) plus 3.9%

    £702.00 total cost

    150 GBof 5G data

    24 month contract

    via Mobiles.co.uk
  4. Google Pixel 7 Pro 128GB

    Uses Three's Network

    iD Mobile logo

    £21.99 a month£99.00 upfront costMonthly cost will rise every April by inflation (CPI) plus 3.9%

    £626.76 total cost

    100 GBof 5G data

    24 month contract

    via Mobiles.co.uk
  5. Google Pixel 7 Pro 128GB

    Uses Three's Network

    iD Mobile logo

    £26.99 a month£9.00 upfront costMonthly cost will rise every April by inflation (CPI) plus 3.9%

    £656.76 total cost

    500 GBof 5G data

    24 month contract

    via Mobiles.co.uk
  6. Google Pixel 7 Pro 128GB

    Three Mobile logo

    £31.00 a monthNo upfront costMonthly cost will rise every April by inflation (CPI) plus 3.9%

    £744.00 total cost

    100 GBof 5G data

    24 month contract

    • 2 months free insurance
    via Metrofone
  7. Google Pixel 7 Pro 128GB

    Three Mobile logo

    £32.00 a monthNo upfront costMonthly cost will rise every April by inflation (CPI) plus 3.9%

    £768.00 total cost

    Unlimited5G data

    24 month contract

    • 2 months free insurance
    Available from 2 retailers
  8. Google Pixel 7 Pro 128GB

    Vodafone logo

    £30.00 a month£35.00 upfront costMonthly cost will rise every April by inflation (CPI) plus 3.9%

    £755.00 total cost

    Unlimited5G data

    24 month contract

    via Mobiles.co.uk
  9. Google Pixel 7 Pro 128GB

    Uses Three's Network

    iD Mobile logo

    £27.99 a month£9.00 upfront costMonthly cost will rise every April by inflation (CPI) plus 3.9%

    £680.76 total cost

    Unlimited5G data

    24 month contract

    via Mobiles.co.uk
  10. Google Pixel 7 Pro 128GB

    Uses Three's Network

    iD Mobile logo

    £29.99 a month£39.00 upfront costMonthly cost will rise every April by inflation (CPI) plus 3.9%

    £758.76 total cost

    Unlimited5G data

    24 month contract

    via Mobiles.co.uk
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Should I buy the Google Pixel 7 Pro?

Google's tech never fails to excite its fans, and the Pixel 7 Pro is no exception. If you're thinking about getting it, you've come to the right place. Keep reading and we'll lay out all the specs, the new features, and all the other info you need to know to.

How large is the Google Pixel 7 Pro screen?

The Google Pixel 7 Pro boasts a 6.7-inch OLED display complete with 120Hz refresh rate for super smooth scrolling. According to Google the new handset is 25 percent brighter than last year’s Google Pixel 6 Pro.

How long does the Pixel 7 Pro battery last?

The Google Pixel 7 Pro has an all day battery that should last up to 24 hours, and that's before switching on the saver features. Extreme Battery Saver is the setting you need if you’re running out of power and don’t have a charger nearby. It amps up the battery to last up to 72 hours. You can even choose which apps you want to stop running or reduce to save battery.

How good is the Pixel 7’s Pro’s camera?

Camera wise, the Google Pixel 7 Pro has a 50MP main camera, telephoto camera that goes up to a 5xZoom, and an improved ultrawide lens with a 125-degree field of view. There’s also a new macro mode setting for supremely up-close-and-personal shots of small objects.

Camera features include Cinematic Blur, Photo Unblur, and improved Night Sight. All of these come together to create sharper, clearer and better images.

Google’s new Tensor G2 chipset is the brains behind these new features. It’s also powering more upgrades to features like. Direct My Call and the Recorder function.

Is the Google Pixel 7 Pro 5G?

The Google Pixel 7 Pro is 5G-ready, so if you live in a 5G-connected location and have a 5G data plan you’re good to go.

When is the Google Pixel 7 released?

The Google Pixel 7 Pro is in stores now! You can compare all of our best Pixel 7 Pro deals here on Uswitch to find the best plan for your requirements.

How much does the Google 7 Pro cost?

The Google Pixel 7 Pro retails for £849 SIM free, but you can spread the cost out over a period of time if you opt to get a Pixel 7 Pro on a pay monthly deal here on Uswitch

What mobile phone providers offer the Google Pixel 7 Pro?

You can pick up the Google Pixel 7 Pro on major UK networks such as O2, Three and Vodafone.

Author: Ray Ali Last updated: 10 August 2023