We asked readers of 9to5Google what color they planned to purchase for the Pixel 7 since Google’s upcoming flagship phones are about to be released. Here is what you said.
Many of you appear to love the new choices but are irritated that some of the eye-catching hues have been dropped in favor more subdued tones. Unsurprisingly, the Hazel Pixel 7 Pro is the color that the majority of you appear to be interested in purchasing. It was clearly in the lead with more than 25% of the vote.
Only slightly more than 17% of you are actually continuing to use or seeking for another gadget. Many people, like reader Robert , have recently purchased the Pixel 6a and are, appropriately, remaining put at least until the Pixel 8 or 9 series, should they be released in the ensuing years.
We were surprised to learn that 16% of you intend to purchase the Pixel 7 Pro in Obsidian. Another 13% of respondents stated they are interested in the Pixel 7 in Obsidian. In actuality, more over 29% of respondents want a Pixel 7/7 Pro series phone in a rather plain black hue. This caught us off guard given the usual distaste for shiny coatings.
The Pixel 7 series in Snow, on the other hand, received a total of 18% of the votes. In terms of breakdown, the Pixel 7 in Snow came in at 6%, while the Pixel 7 Pro in the same shade came in at 12%, placing it fourth on the list.
Another surprise is that the Lemongrass color Pixel 7 received 10% of the vote despite being the sole vibrant or whimsical color in the new selection. The Sage model might address the color gap given that the Pixel 6a provides a comparable shade and is still in production. The slightly less desirable Pixel 7 may, however, be less desired because customers prefer the Pro model. Some of our comments on Reader Veep echoed expressed disappointment that Google was dropping the Coral version and that they were now using Snow or Lemongrass instead.
The most important point is made by Reader Mason who claims that most people will simply place a back case on and ignore the color. Does the color of the Pixel 7 really matter if you aren’t gazing at it? That is most likely a query for another day.
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