We're now only a week away from Google's Pixel 7 full debut and we can finalize some rumors. It seems the Pixel 7 will keep the Pixel 6's base price in the US and in Europe. Per Amazon listings that jumped the gun from the US and Spain, Italy, Germany, and the UK, the Pixel 7 will start at $599 and €649 in Europe. That's for the 128GB model.
The leaked listings both point to October 13 as the date of shipping, marking off another previous rumor as solid.
At this point, we're just waiting for Google to clarify the last remaining pieces of the Pixel 7 puzzle, like the full camera details. There's a rumored jump from an 8MP selfie on the Pixel 6 to an 11MP one on the Pixel 7.
The main cameras are expected to remain mostly the same, as are the batteries. The Tensor G2 chipset will be the most major difference, as is the new design of the back.
My Redmi 3 Pro is 6 years old now and I'm still using it. So 5 years of security updates is an important argument for me. And with no similar size android phone available atm I might need to wait another year.
You do realise HTC is the hardware manufacturer behind google pixel, ever since 2018 when it was taken over by Google. Source: https://techcrunch.com/2018/01/29/google-htc/