Google Has Announced The Pixel 7/7 Pro, Pixel Watch, Pixel Tablet, Pixel 6A And More

Google Pixel Products Galore!

Google I/O happened overnight and it’s safe to say that Google announced that it’ll be releasing more products in the next 12 months than it ever has. Everything from new phones, to a tablet, to new headphones to a brand new watch are set to come out and here’s the recap.


The Google Pixel 6A follows in the footsteps of the Google 6 design-wise.  It’ll come in at cheaper than the Google Pixel 6 and has a 6.1″ screen, as well as a 12 megapixel ultrawide and main camera. It’ll be powered by Google’s custom Tensor chip, 6GB of ram as well as 128GB of storage. A lot of the features from the Pixel 6 including Night Sight and Magic Eraser will feature.

It’ll cost $749 when it releases this Winter and will release in Sage, Chalk and Charcoal.


Whilst it’s not due to release until later this year, Google gave us our first look at the Google Pixel 7 and Google Pixel 7 Pro. The design will sport the same camera bar, but it now looks to be a bit more premium with a rectangular glass rather than the plastic bump. The 7 Pro will have three cameras, but we’ll learn more about that later. Obviously, there will be the newest Google Tensor chip powering the phones.

The Google Pixel 7 and Google Pixel 7 Pro will release in Spring. The Pixel 7 will ship in Obsidian, Snow and Lemongrass whilst the 7 Pro will ship in Obsidian, Snow and Hazel.


Google announced that the Google Pixel Watch will release alongside the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro later this year. The Pixel Watch sports a gorgeous edge to edge design, as well as a clickable crown that looks similar to that of the Apple Watch, then the two watch bands slots that allow you to change out the band. The Watch will have Fitbit built in, and will use an improved Wear OS UI with more fluid navigations and smart notifications.

The Google Pixel Watch is releasing in Spring alongside the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro.


Google has also announced the Pixel Buds Pro. The new in-ear headphones will have active noise cancellation with silent seal, up to 31 hours of listening time, wireless charging and obviously the built-in Google assistant.

The Google Pixel Buds Pro will be available on July 21st for $299 and will come in Charcoal, Lemongrass, Fog and Coral.


Last but not least, Google announced that a brand new Pixel tablet would release in 2023. There’s not a lot of info yet, but it’s thought that this will be a big part of Google’s smart home initiative, with the tablet able to seamlessly dock into a speaker station in order to essentially become a home hub, that is obviously very useable out of the hub.

We’ll keep you posted as we learn more about these Pixel products and get our hands on them.