Google will be giving out a pair of Pixel Buds as a pre-order incentive for early Pixel 7a customers, according to a big French retailer. Pre-order opening and closing times seem to have been verified by the merchant as well.
Recap: The Pixel 7a is anticipated to go on sale in Europe for €509, which is €50 more than what Google is presently charging for the Pixel 6a. According to additional sources, the price of the device should increase by a same amount in both the US and the UK, where it will likely sell for $499 and £499, respectively.
The Pixel 7a is considerably more acceptable as a mid-range product now that Google will include a pre-order incentive worth €99, according to information from Fnac. Pixel 7a pre-orders from Fnac will come with a free set of Pixel Buds A-Series headphones, as seen in the picture below:
Despite the possibility that this is a pre-order incentive particular to Google France, Google often provides comparable offers in other areas. We anticipate the firm to promote the Pixel 7a worldwide in a manner much to how it promoted the Pixel Watch with Pixel Fold pre-orders.
Additionally, Google’s pre-order window will run from May 10 to May 22, according to Fnac. In other words, pre-orders will start on the day of the launch, which falls on Google I/O 2023’s keynote. Furthermore, it is probable that Google won’t ship pre-orders until at least the fourth week of May.
Pixel 7a Expected Specifications
The Pixel 7a will reportedly include a 12MP ultra-wide camera sensor in addition to a 64MP Sony IMX787 main camera sensor. According to reports, the next Pixel will provide up to 256GB of internal storage, which is more than the previous generation’s limit of 128GB. Additionally, it is said that Google will offer a phone with 8GB of RAM and boost RAM.
Another feature of the phone is a 6.1-inch OLED screen with a 90Hz refresh rate. It is predicted that the device’s performance will improve with the inclusion of the latest Tensor G2 SoC.