While these new functionalities and competitive Indian pricing of the Pixel 7 series may seem tempting to many, the pre-order units of Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro are currently out of stock on Flipkart. Google hasn’t disclosed why the Pixel 7 is out of stock already, but the lucrative price of under Rs 50,000 after the bank offers could likely be the reason.
Google plans to sell over 80 lakh units across 17 countries
Before launching the Pixel 7 series, Google told its hardware partners to gear up for the largest-ever launch order of the latest Pixel phones, a report from industry watcher Nikkei Asia suggests.
Google has reportedly sent more than 8 million units on the way, aiming to ramp up its sales by 2023, says the report citing sources familiar with the matter. In addition to the flagship Pixel 7 series models, Google ordered approximately 4 million of a budget Pixel phone, probably dubbed Pixel 7a. It should release in early 2023, the report adds.
It seems Google is quite optimistic about its growth for the coming year, unlike Samsung, which doesn’t have high hopes for its upcoming foldable phones.
Countries where you can buy the Google Pixel 7 series
Google’s determination towards its growth is already evident as the company recently added four more countries to the existing list of countries where Pixel smartphones are sold. The four new countries are Norway, Sweden, Denmark, and the Netherlands.
This means that Google now ships its Pixel phones to 17 countries in total: