What color will you choose for your Pixel 7? {Poll}

We’re confident that a lot of you are looking forward to the introduction of brand-new Google hardware. Now that the entire color selection for the Pixel 7 and 7 Pro series has been out, we’re curious to know which model you’re considering.

Only fleeting peeks of the Pixel 7 and 7 Pro hues have previously been given on or through official channels. Store sites for a variety of Google items, including the highly anticipated Pixel Watch and smartphone combo, have gone live since the announcement of the October 6 launch event. There are some excellent representations of the whole color palette for the unreleased gadgets, albeit there aren’t many specifics.

It appears that this year’s device colour options will be a touch more subdued than in years past. The striking Kinda Coral and Sorta Seafoam as well as the Champagne gold Sorta Sunny have been abandoned. Google continues to give us a very small taste of the bright, fun colors we’ve grown to like the company for. The most striking color this time is the light yellow/green Lemongrass option for the basic Pixel 7. Bright standout options, however, are limited.

Pixel 7 andamp; Pixel 7 Pro

The Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro are available from Google in glossy white and black (Obsidian) (Snow). While the Pixel 7 Pro will be available in Hazel, a gray/green, the Pixel 7 comes in the previously announced exclusive Lemongrass, which appears to be a light yellow/green.

What’s intriguing is that the white color of the Pixel 7 or Pixel 7 Pro you choose will affect how the metal camera bar and frame are tweaked. While the Snow devices look to have polished aluminum frames, the Hazel and Lemongrass alternatives feature gold frames. Obsidian appears to be finished in pewter.

This time, has a certain color caught your attention? Please complete the poll below to let us know which you are most interested in or intend to buy come launch day.

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