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Where to buy the Google Pixel 7 online in Australia

Here's where you can buy Google's latest flagship phone in Australia.

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The Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro are the first flagship Google phones of 2022 – and the wait was definitely worth it.

Powered by an all-new Tensor G2 processor and featuring significant improvements to the camera and OLED display, it is a marked improvement on the Google Pixel 6.

Better yet, it has the same entry-level $999 price as its predecessor, with no sneaky markup when compared to the 2021 model. (We're looking at you, Apple.)

Not sure if the Google Pixel 7 is the right phone for you? Be sure to check out our guide to the 10 best smartphones in Australia. For the rest of you, here are the best places to buy the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro in Australia.

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Here's where you can buy the Pixel range online

How much does the Pixel 7 cost?

The Pixel 7 range starts at $999 in Australia. While we would hesitate to call that affordable, it is significantly cheaper than the flagship phones from Samsung and Apple. (The iPhone 14 starts at $1,399, while the Samsung Galaxy Fold will set you back $2,499.)

The most expensive model is the 512GB Pixel 7 Pro, which will set you back $1,599. Again, this is less expensive than Apple's equivalent phone (the iPhone 14 Pro), which weighs in at $2,249.

Here's the pricing for the full Pixel 7 range:

Google Pixel 7 128GB$999
Google Pixel 7 256GB$1,129
Google Pixel 7 Pro 128GB$1,299
Google Pixel 7 Pro 256GB$1,499
Google Pixel 7 Pro 512GB$1,599

Which version should you buy?

If you're trying to save a few bucks, it's hard to look past the 128GB Pixel 7 – it's the only model under $1,000. It comes with a solid pair of cameras, reliable all-day battery life and the same powerful Tensor G2 processor as the Pixel 7 Pro. You also get mmWave 5G, which is something missing from the latest iPhone models.

On the other hand, if you are considering the 256GB version, we would recommend going for the 128GB Pixel 7 Pro. While it has less onboard storage, you are getting all of the advanced features of the Pro including an improved 120Hz refresh rate, double the RAM and a 48-megapixel 5x optical zoom camera for an added cost of $170. In the grand scheme of things, that isn't a huge amount of money for what amounts to a much better phone.

We asked Finder's expert phone reviewer, Alex Kidman, to weigh in with his thoughts. His verdict: get the Pixel 7 Pro.

"There's a lot to like about the Pixel 7 Pro. The slick new design looks lovely, while the cameras are generally superb.

"The slick 10Hz–120Hz capable display, the clean Android UI and the inclusion of mmWave 5G in Australia all make it a solid option if you're looking for an affordable yet premium Android experience."

Where to buy Google Pixel 7 unlocked

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You can grab the all-new Google Pixel 7 from Amazon. You can even save some dough by opting for an international version of the device, though this isn't recommended for novices.

  • Free delivery on eligible items with an Amazon Prime membership
  • Express delivery available
  • 24/7 customer service
  • Easy returns
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eBay is a great choice for anyone desperate to save a few bucks. You can grab the Pixel 7 brand new for up to $50 off the RRP from a range of resellers. The phone can also be purchased from the official store of big-name Australian retailers via their official eBay stores.

  • Free delivery on eligible items with an eBay Plus membership
  • New products added daily
  • Shop by guaranteed delivery date
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Mobileciti Online is one of Australia's leading online mobile phone and accessories sellers with over 20 years of experience specialising in retail and wholesale technology products. It is selling a range of Google phones at discounted prices, making it an excellent choice for your next Pixel device. Prices start at $278.

  • Free shipping for all orders over $100
  • Same-day dispatch
  • 100% Australian stock
  • Australian local warranty

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Google Store

Purchase the Google Pixel 7 straight from Google itself. The Google Store provides a wealth of information about the 6a and other Pixel phones to ensure you won't regret your purchase.

  • Easy returns
  • Free phone recycling program
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Which of these retailers offers free delivery

  • Amazon: Free delivery on eligible items with an Amazon Prime membership.
  • eBay: Free delivery on eligible items with an eBay Plus membership.

Buy Google Pixel 7 on a plan

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You can buy a Google Pixel 7 or Pixel 7 Pro from Australia's largest telco, Telstra.

  • Prices start from $85.75 a month.
  • Until 31 October, those trading in an eligible phone in good working condition can score an extra $300 bonus trade-in credit too.

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Vodafone's also leaning in with bonus trade-in credit for those with eligible phones.

  • $300 bonus credit with a Pixel 7 purchase.
  • $400 bonus credit with a Pixel 7 Pro.
  • Plan prices with Vodafone start from $67.75 a month.
View Vodafone plans here

For more details on Pixel 7 phone repayment plans, you can compare all Google Pixel 7 plans in Australia here.

About Google Pixel 7

The Pixel 7 (and its bigger brother, the Pixel 7 Pro) are the new top dogs in Google's smartphone kennel. The 7 Pro has been dubbed the most powerful Google phone yet. Both phones are available in 3 colours: Hazel, Snow and Obsidian for the Google Pixel 7 Pro and Lemongrass, Snow and Obsidian for the Google Pixel 7.

Here are the chief specifications for both phones:

DevicePixel 7Pixel 7 Pro
Screen size6.3 inches6.7 inches
Refresh rate90Hz120Hz
ProcessorGoogle Tensor G2Google Tensor G2
Rear cameras12MP Ultrawide/50MP Wide12MP Ultrawide/50MP Wide/48MP 5x Optical Zoom
Front camera10.8MP10.8MP

For more information, read our in-depth reviews of the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro.

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Chris Jager is the lead shopping editor at Finder, specialising in consumer technology and hunting down the best deals. With over 15 years of experience as a full-time journalist, Chris has provided expertise to many leading technology publications, including PC World, Australian Gamepro, Good Gear Guide, ARN, IT News, PC Authority, CRN, GameSpy, Gizmodo, Business Insider, MSN, Kotaku, Lifehacker Australia, Sydney Morning Herald and The Age. Before joining Finder, Chris was the editor of Lifehacker Australia for five years. He has a Bachelor of Communications in Journalism from the University of Western Sydney. Outside of Finder, you'll find him playing with retro 80s computers while juggling 3 TikTok-obsessed daughters. See full bio

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