Here are Google’s Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro cases from last year with some updates {Gallery}.

The colors in which the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro will be offered have been known since I/O 2022 in May. Now, let’s have a look at this year’s case design.

This afternoon, our 9to5Toys crew discovered three Pixel 7 cases in the colors Lemongrass (yellow/green), Obsidian (black), and Chalk. Except for the camera bar configuration from the previous year, the design of the 2022 flagship phones is largely unchanged, including Google’s cases. The edges/perimeter and said bar seem to have been raised once again.

There are two distinct variances, though. It’s unfortunate that the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro cases are no longer translucent and are now only one solid hue to go with the smaller 7s Lemongrass and the 7 Pros Hazel.

Additionally, rather than being made of soft rubber, the power button and volume rocker are made of a sturdy substance that is either glossy plastic or shining metal. It should be simpler and more enjoyable to press that.


While the buttons on the other two cases are color-matched, the Lemongrass case has light gold buttons. Google generally tries to mimic the color of the camera bar. On the back, there is a reflective G logo once more.

In the meanwhile, Chalk, Obsidian, Hazel, and a dark green color called Hazel are all available for the Pixel 7 Pro cases. The case price should not fluctuate significantly from the $29 from the previous year.

The Hazel, Obsidian, and Chalk Pixel 7 Pro Cases

These Pixel 7 cases’ solid color should prevent yellowing, although it’s unclear if Google once more chose a dual-layer construction. The problems with that strategy have been demonstrated numerous times.

Below are comparisons of the Pixel 6 case with that of the 7s and the 6 Pro with the 7 Pro:
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