As the October 6 launch draws near, more information regarding Google’s upcoming flagship handsets is becoming available. The latest of these nuggets concerns the possible storage capabilities of Pixel 7 devices sold in Europe.
According to reports, the Pixel 7 will be sold in European markets with storage options comparable to those of the Pixel 6 series. This study was conducted by WinFuture s Roland Quandt , who has a long history of providing trustworthy information on a variety of gadgets, including earphones and smartphones.
Only the Stormy Black version of the Pixel 6 Pro had more storage options last year in European countries. This time, Quandt suggests that 128GB and 256GB storage options may be made available for all Pixel 7 versions. However, since this rumor doesn’t go into specifics, it’s unclear if we’ll see color-limited internal storage options once more.
Given the 128GB storage restrictions on all but one Pixel 6 device, this suggests that Google could significantly expand. Sadly, it appears that European customers will no longer be able to purchase a 512GB Pixel. When the Pixel 6 Pro was released in the US last year, only those models could have this larger choice. Although there was no information provided regarding global storage possibilities, we anticipate that the smaller Pixel 7 will have more alternatives available worldwide.
Depending on your perspective, the Pixel 7 and 7 Pro’s lack of microSD card support may be a welcome improvement or a discouraging constraint. As you might anticipate, Quandt also claims that the gadgets should start delivering two weeks after the launch, which is set for October 6. Google frequently begins taking pre-orders immediately after the keynote is over; this practice has been standard for earlier launches, but it may change in early October.
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