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Unlocked Google Pixel 7 5G Android Smartphone

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  • Google Pixel 7-5G Android Phone with Google Tensor G2 Processor
  • 5G Connectivity for faster data speeds on major carriers
  • Adaptive Battery lasts up to 24 hours with extreme battery saver mode
  • Super Sharp Display with 1080 x 2400 pixel resolution
  • Wide and Ultrawide Lenses with up to 8x Super Res Zoom
  • Titan M2 Security Chip for multiple layers of security
  • Google Assistant for hands-free help and Find My Device feature
  • Durable, water-resistant design with IP68 waterproof rating

Original price was: $749.99.Current price is: $279.99.

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  • $279.99 - July 18, 2024
  • $343.24 - July 7, 2024
  • $264.90 - June 15, 2024
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  • Lowest Price: $264.90 - June 15, 2024
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Unlocked Google Pixel 7 5G Android Smartphone
Unlocked Google Pixel 7 5G Android Smartphone

Original price was: $749.99.Current price is: $279.99.


Welcome to the future of mobile technology with the Google Pixel 7-5G Android Phone. This unlocked smartphone combines cutting-edge features with a sleek design to provide a top-notch user experience. Let’s dive into what makes this device stand out from the rest.

Google Tensor G2 Processor

The Google Tensor G2 Processor powers this smartphone, offering faster and more efficient performance compared to previous Pixel models. Expect seamless multitasking and smooth operation even with the most demanding apps.

5G Connectivity

With this phone’s 5 G connectivity, say goodbye to slow internet speeds. Enjoy blazing-fast data speeds on major carriers, ensuring quick downloads, smooth streaming, and lag-free online gaming.

Adaptive Battery

With the Adaptive Battery feature, the Google Pixel 7-5G can last up to 24 hours on a single charge. Activate the extreme battery saver mode to extend your usage even further, perfect for busy days on the go.

Super Sharp Display

The smartphone boasts a super sharp display with a resolution of 1080 x 2400 pixels. Images and videos come to life with incredible vividness and detail, offering an immersive viewing experience.

Wide and Ultrawide Lenses

The Google Pixel 7- 5 G’s wide and ultrawide lenses capture stunning photos and videos. The up to 8x Super Res Zoom brings distant subjects into focus with exceptional clarity.

Titan M2 Security Chip

Rest easy with the Titan M2 Security Chip. This advanced feature not only protects your personal information but also provides multiple layers of security against potential threats. With the Google Pixel 7-5 G, your data is always secure, giving you peace of mind.

Google Assistant

Experience the convenience and control of the Google Assistant feature. With just your voice, you can effortlessly manage tasks and locate lost devices using the Find My Device function. It’s like having a personal assistant at your fingertips.

Durable and Water Resistant Design

Designed for durability, the Google Pixel 7-5G can withstand splashes, dust, and accidental spills. Its water-resistant design ensures you can carry your phone with confidence, no matter where you go. With the Google Pixel 7-5 G, you’re always prepared for the unexpected.

1-Year Manufacturer Warranty

Purchase with peace of mind knowing that the Google Pixel 7-5G comes with a 1-year manufacturer warranty. This warranty covers defects in materials and artistry, ensuring customer satisfaction.


Product Features:

  • Universal Unlocked – It is compatible with all major U.S. carriers, including Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile. It is also compatible with prepaid carriers, including Cricket Wireless, MetroPCS, Google Fi, Total Wireless, Tracfone, and Mint.
  • The brains behind Pixel 7a – The Google Tensor G2 chip makes it faster, more efficient, and more secure. It also improves audio on phone calls, provides great battery life, and offers amazing photo and video quality. 
  • Great photography makes it simple. – Pixel 7a’s dual rear camera system with advanced image processing can take amazing pictures in low light, fix blurry photos, and remove distractions. 
  • Beautifully durable with a dream display – With its sturdy design and IP67 protection, the Pixel 7a is the most durable A-Series phone yet. And it’s scratch-resistant, with Corning Gorilla Glass 3. ⁶ And the display is super sharp, featuring a full-screen 6.1-inch display, up to 90 Hz ⁷
  • Storage for what matters most –  GB UFS 3.1 storage provides space for your contacts, music, photos and more.
  • Highest rated for security features – Pixel is the highest-rated for security features. ⁹ With Google Tensor G2 and the certified Titan M2 security chip, Pixel is built with multiple layers of security to help keep your info safe.*
  • The battery lasts all day. – The Adaptive Battery can last over 24 hours. Turn on Extreme Battery Saver, and it can last up to 72 hours. And your Pixel 7a charges super fast. 
  • Translate languages in real time. – With Live Translate, you can have conversations face-to-face in 48 languages, chat in real-time with messaging apps, and translate menus with your camera.
  • Hear your caller clearly. – Pixel 7a can filter out your caller’s background noise and enhance their voice so you can hear them when they’re in a crowded or noisy place.
  • Powered by Android. Switching is easy – Pixel 7a runs on the Android operating system. No matter what phone you’re switching from, you can transfer contacts, messages, photos, and apps to your new Pixel in a few simple steps.

Additional information

Specification: Unlocked Google Pixel 7 5G Android Smartphone

Product Dimensions

6.13 x 2.88 x 0.34 inches

Item Weight

6.9 ounces

Item model number



1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)


Android 13.0


128 GB

Connectivity technologies

Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, NFC



Special features

5G Connectivity, Wireless Charging

Other display features


Human Interface Input


Scanner Resolution

1080 x 2400

Other camera features

Rear, Front

Form Factor




Battery Power Rating


Phone Talk Time

15 Hours

Whats in the box

SIM Tool, Quick Switch Adapter, Cell Phone, USB-C to USB-C Cable, Quick Start Guide



Date First Available

October 6, 2022

Memory Storage Capacity

128 GB

Standing screen display size

6.3 Inches

Ram Memory Installed Size

8 GB

Battery Capacity

4355 Milliamp Hours


6.88 ounces

Charging Time

100 minutes

Unlocked Google Pixel 7 5G Android Smartphone Videos

Price History

Price history for Restored Google Pixel 7 5G 128GB, 8GB 6.3" Fully Unlocked GSM + Verizon Excellent (Refurbished)
Latest updates:
  • $279.99 - July 18, 2024
  • $343.24 - July 7, 2024
  • $264.90 - June 15, 2024
  • $288.00 - June 11, 2024
Since: June 11, 2024
  • Highest Price: $343.24 - July 7, 2024
  • Lowest Price: $264.90 - June 15, 2024

World News

Google Launches New Price Cut Promotion For Pixel 7 - Forbes
June 8, 2024 - Forbes
Google Leak Details All-New Pixel 9 Pro Design Decision - Forbes
June 8, 2024 - Forbes
Pixel VPN by Google going live for 7/Pro and Fold owners on beta - 9to5Google
June 3, 2024 - 9to5Google
Put a Google Pixel 7 in Your Pocket for Just $355 - CNET
May 30, 2024 - CNET
You Can Get a Google Pixel 7 or 7 Pro for up to 56% Off Right Now - Lifehacker
May 30, 2024 - Lifehacker
Google Pixel 8a review: the cheap Pixel you should buy - Digital Trends
May 20, 2024 - Digital Trends
I really hope Google doesn't promise 7 years of Android for the Pixel 8a - TechRadar
April 17, 2024 - TechRadar
Google Pixel 8A: News, Specs, Features, Price, Release Date - WIRED
May 7, 2024 - WIRED
Google's Pixel 8A is a midrange phone that might actually go the distance - The Verge
May 7, 2024 - The Verge
The $499 Google Pixel 8a is official, with 120 Hz display, 7 years of updates - Ars Technica
May 7, 2024 - Ars Technica

Reviews (9)

9 reviews for Unlocked Google Pixel 7 5G Android Smartphone

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  1. Gabriel B.

    Compré este equipo para mi hermano por medio de la tienda Wireless Expert Inc., todo bien en cuanto a envío y embalaje. Yo sabía que mi hermano es alguien a quien le gusta mucho tomar fotos y por este precio y en esta gama de dispositivos, en verdad no creo que haya algo mejor, lo conseguí alrededor de los 7,400 pesos MXN y en verdad que el dispositivo no decepciona, es fluido y bastante confiable en todo aspecto, con una cámara increíble. Tal vez un punto a mejorar sería sólo el rendimiento de la batería, que si bien no es mala, creo que podría ser mejor.

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  2. Mauricio

    El teléfono esta excelente, sus cámaras, construcción y sistema operativo son lo mas destacable, el sistema operativo es muy fluido y minimalista, se podría decir que es como el iPhone de Android, todo muy minimalista y fluido. La única diferencia destacable en contra del 7pro además del tamaño, es la falta del telefoto y la diferencia de la pantalla, aunque la verdad para el usuario común la diferencia entre el 2K y el FHD+ es casi imperceptible en una pantalla tan pequeña como lo son las de los smartphones, los 90 hercios y los 120 del pro igual no representan una gran diferencia, así que las únicas grandes adiciones en realidad en contraparte del pro son el tamaño y el telefoto, que dependiendo del usuario que seas el telefoto casi no se usa. Así que si buscas un teléfono compacto y fácil de usar a una mano, y no echas en falta el telefoto, es una excelente opción ante su hermano mayor, por casi la mitad del precio

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  3. Raúl M.

    Por este precio no existe mejor teléfono, es fluido ya que es android prácticamente puro, excelentes materiales, y una gran cámara.

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  4. Nicole

    Great phone, came brand new in box without any imperfections or defects. Has a great battery life, charges up quickly, great screen and sound quality, overall an amazing phone for the price. Pretty comparable to a Samsung.

    My only issues stem from the Google UI being rather unintuitive and needing a 3rd party app to make it more suited to my own needs. The finger print reading is hit or miss and most times I just end up putting in my pin because it wont read.

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  5. Sheela Shaft

    I upgraded from a pixel 3a. There was nothing wrong with it really, I just wanted a bigger phone that had more storage and an upgraded camera. I like the fact that it has a wide angled lens. I also like that it’s still user friendly just like the pixel 3a was.

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  6. Edutaker

    Owned this phone for around a year at this point. Overall it is excellent, no complaints on the software side, Google has definetively polished a lot of the experience and its not a hassle at all to use, it has a fantastic camera and for the average user it works perfectly fine. Although it lacks a proper pro mode for people that want to use it a little more professionally, but the image processing is good enough to not have a big need for it.

    In terms of build quality it also gets a lot of points from me, it feels solid and even after a few unfortunate drops it has 0 visible damage.

    Now my one complaint, the battery life on the tensor chip is not… great. It won’t drain in a single day but its definetively lacking in that area, lasting me around 2 days of use on a full charge. The most annoying part personally is the fact that it drains a lot even while just bieng on standby, like for example when going to sleep the phone will lose around 20% charge while doing nothing. Just something to be wary of, because otherwise its probably my favorite phone that I have owned.

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  7. ztykid

    Before into the Pixel 7, I have been using an iPhone12 mini for 2 years. And a Samsung Note 9 before that. Why I chose the iPhone12 mini? Because I wanted a real compact phone. And Why I bought the Pixel 7 now? Well, 1. I want better battery life. 2. I want bigger screen for games and for navigation. 3. IOS just bored me.

    So, I got the Pixel 7 lemongrass 256g for 599$ and have been using it for a week now. And here are my opinions.

    In short words, if you have been using Android and want an upgrade now, I really recommend Pixel 7, mainly because it gives you good software experience and decent camera at a very fair price.

    Exterior & comfort:
    The color lemon grass is special and I like it. The visor camera bump looks unique and kinda cool in my opinion. The rounded edge makes the phone comfortable to hold. HOWEVER, there are some cons. 1. The bump and the glass back make it awkward to place on any flat surface. 2. The bump is a huge dust collector. 3. Although the edge of the flat screen has a bit of curve, the transition to the metal frame is not good, which means the touch of the edge areas feels a bit cheap, definitely not comparable to Note 9. Overall, I think the look is unique but comes with some sacrifices, and the build quality is fairly good for the price.

    Operating System:
    This is the first time I use the so called “pure” Android. Compared to Samsung’s OneUI, the OS on Pixel 7 feels more like Apple’s iOS actually. It doesn’t have as many customization functions as OneUI and is simpler to use. Kinda like iOS, but in a different style, well, the kinda nerdy Google style. If you like it you like it. Some special Google AI features are cool, but should not be the only reason for anyone to buy this phone in my opinion. I haven’t experienced many bugs. Actually, only one when switching between bluetooth audio devices that really bothers me a bit. Overall, I like the system, and I think it is good for anyone but people who have only used iPhone before.

    Pixel has always been famous for its camera capabilities. I must say it is true on Pixel 7. It takes very decent photos no matter the light conditions, and the shoot experience is simple and natural. Is it as good or better as flagship phones like iPhone 14 pro? I don’t know, maybe not. But as someone who uses a dedicated camera for street photography, I think the camera on Pixel 7 is more than capable to take nice looking daily photos and capture those little moments into good memories. When it comes to video, it is also good, especially considering the price, but iPhone is better. And I mean iPhone 12 mini. So overall, the camera is very good.

    Battery life:
    Not much to say here since I don’t bother to do any “tests” and have no numbers. But based on my feeling, it is good, but not as good as I expected considering the battery capacity. It will last you a full day (8 hours) or more if you use it lightly. But it is no way a two-day or 1.5 day battery life.

    Gaming is trash. At least for pubg mobile. It is probably due to software issue (not optimized for Tensor chip) rather than lack of raw performance. But if you play a lot of 3D mobile games, avoid this one.

    Decent phone for the price. Actually, even for the normal price ($100 more than what I spent), it is still more than decent. If you don’t want to spend that much on a phone (which is a terribly stupid trend in my opinion), this is the phone for you. Don’t look at iPhone SE, that thing is a joke.

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  8. Realm of Nova

    As a longtime user of Pixel phones, I can’t help but keep coming back to them even when I try a different phone, except this time.

    While the Pixel 7 continues to be one of the best value options on the market, my Pixel arrived with a faint but noticeable screen defect in which there were three shadow-like gray areas in the top, middle, and bottom portions of the screen that were very noticeable on bright backgrounds. This annoyed me when scrolling through apps or webpages and seeing text fade through these “gray zones” that I couldn’t make go away- and this was from a brand new unit that I only had for a few days. Aside from my screen defect, the Pixel 7 was still a great phone.

    When it comes to the software experience, the clean Android experience is still one of the best that you can get, in addition to also being the first to get new Android updates as they roll out. The color themes that you can choose based on your wallpaper adds another level to customization, and you can even apply these colors to some app icons as well. The software is smooth, and I haven’t had any of the software bugs that some others have had. However, what really makes the Pixel experience great are some of the features you can’t get on other Android phones such as Google’s “screen call”, “hold for me”, photo unblur, and magic erase options. My favorite of these is definitely screen call, as when enabled you can have the Pixel automatically answer the call for you and give you a transcript based on the call to let you know whether you should pick up or not in case it is spam. I get a lot of Spam calls personally, so this has saved me the hassle of having to take a lot of unnecessary calls. When it comes to the photo modes, the magic eraser works great when there isn’t too much going on, but the photo unblur ability isn’t that great. I found that even photos that are only slightly blurred sometimes just get added sharpness from this mode, but without actually unblurring the parts of the photo I needed. My overall favorite part of the default android experience though, is the Google toolbar on the bottom of your homepage. While on the Pixel this bar is not removable, I found it to be the best implementation out of any android phone as it not only allows you to search Google whenever you need, but it also searches your device for apps, videos, and more that might be stored on it. Think of it as an all-in-one search that not only searches the web, but searches your device as well as giving you recommendations based on your recently used apps.

    Aside from software, the main reason why I have always used Pixel phones is the camera. While the Pixel 7 does have some improvements to the larger sensor, all of the magic still happens on the software processing side. Even photos that may not look like they will be good before pressing the shutter, will look like a professional photo as soon as it is captured and finished processing. This is what the Pixel does best. No matter what phone I use, whether Android-wise or iPhone, the photos produced by the Pixel series are still the best I’ve ever seen and used. Photos just pop with a well balanced blend of saturation, color, lighting, and sharpness that looks natural to real life. Selfies are the same as well. Despite the front selfie camera being a lower megapixel camera compared to the rear sensor, it still produces great photos and the portrait mode is one of the best on a smartphone. However, while the Pixel 7 captures great photos, it still needs some work on the video side. Videos are an improvement over previous generations, but videos still need a lot of light to look good. When in a well-lit room or outside on a sunny day, the videos are vivid, detailed, clear, and sharp, but as soon as the lights start to dim, the videos will return to a noisy mess. For videos, the iPhone still remains supreme, in my opinion, but the next gen Pixel just might close the gap on the video side.

    When it comes to battery life, it is a bit of a mixed bag. The Pixel 7 had very mediocre battery life in the first day or two that I had it, with it not lasting more than 4-5 hours on a full charge for me. However, by day 3, the battery life nearly doubled as the adaptive battery feature noticed the apps I was using and optimized itself for a better experience. The phone charges at an average rate and still doesn’t charge very fast over wired or wireless chargers, but it is still good enough to fully charge it in a bit over an hour when plugged in directly.

    When it comes to performance, the Tensor 2 is a powerhouse, but it still doesn’t even come close to the newer Snapdragon Flagship chips from the last couple of years. Games can still be a bit stuttery and laggy at times, and you may have to lower some settings for a smooth experience. However, it is still a very capable chip and I would still say it is 2nd best after the Snapdragon.

    The display is something that is still a mixed bag as although I received a defective unit with my “gray zones”, the OLED panel used on the non-Pro variants still continues to be much lower quality than the LTPO panels used on the Pro version. While the refresh rate can still go up to 90Hz and is a significant improvement over 60Hz panels, my primary complaint is actually about the fact that the brightness is significantly lower even at max levels and has way more noticeable color shifting when tilting the phone screen to the sides. While it is an OLED panel that still delivers vibrant colors and rich blacks, I just wish it had at least a 1st gen LTPO panel or a higher quality AMOLED than what is being used. While these complaints may seem unwarranted because my display was defective, this was an issue with the Pixel 6 as well when it came to using a lower quality panel compared to the Pro. As someone who has also used the A-series of Pixel phones, the displays on those budget options are nearly identical in quality to the Pixel 7, just with a faster refresh rate on 7 itself.

    Overall, while the phone itself is still the best value for the money, I was disappointed that my brand new unit had such a big flaw with the display. I’ve never had this issue with Pixel phones before and it really impacted my opinion of Google’s quality for the time being. Aside from that, I still highly recommend this phone to those who want a nearly full flagship phone experience but without spending more than is needed. In terms of photos and software, it is the best there is, but for gaming, productivity, and videos, it still needs some improvements.

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  9. Amazon Customer

    This phone is and excellent phone. I feel most cell phones are a bit overpriced, however that is what one must pay I guess .. it has excellent battery life and a boat load of features..the camera takes amazing pics ! and so far I have nothing bad to say about the phone except the finger print reader sometimes wont read my finger prints.. passcode back up..lol.. would definitely purchase again if I had to.

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