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How to buy and pre-order Google Pixel 7a, Pixel Fold, and Pixel Tablet

As a part of its I/O event, Google unveiled three new devices. We have the scoop on where you can buy and pre-order them, and for how much.
Written by Allison Murray, Staff Writer
Person holding the Pixel 7a.
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Google this week announced three new devices during its Google I/O developer conference: the Pixel 7a, the Pixel Fold, and the new Pixel Tablet.

The Pixel 7a comes with notable upgrades like a 90Hz refresh rate and Google's new Tensor G2 processor, while the company's first foldable phone is dubbed "the thinnest foldable phone on the market" with a large 7.6-inch OLED display.

Also: Every hardware product announced at Google I/O 2023

And we finally got to see the tablet Google has been teasing since last October. Google says the Pixel Tablet can get up to 12 hours of video streaming, and it comes with a Charging Speaker dock that can convert the tablet into a make-shift Nest Hub smart display.

Here's how you can pre-order and buy all of Google's newest devices -- while snagging some discounts, too.

Pixel 7a

Two Google Pixel 7a smartphones on a grey background

You can buy Google's latest mid-range smartphone now for $499 on the Google Store (the Coral color is a Google Store exclusive), but most major retailers and phone carriers will also have the smartphone available in Charcoal, Sea, and Snow.

Review: Google Pixel 7a: Meet the new best sub-$500 Android phone

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Pixel Fold

Google Pixel Fold case from Google in blue

The Pixel Fold, available in Obsidian and Porcelain, will retail for $1,799 for 256GB and $1,919 for 512GB, and you can pre-order the Pixel Fold from the Google Store today. Phone carriers like Verizon will start pre-orders on June 20, with broader availability on June 27. 

Also: Google Pixel Fold vs. Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4

Google is also offering a free Pixel Watch when you preorder a Pixel Fold from the Google Store.  

Pixel Tablet

The screen of a Google Pixel Tablet

You preorder the Pixel Tablet today for $499 for the 128GB model, which includes the charging dock. The 256GB tablet variant is $599. In the US, it comes in three colors: Porcelain, Hazel, and Rose. 

Also: Google's Pixel Tablet is not the iPad killer we hoped for

You can also pre-order at Amazon and at Best Buy. Google says the tablet will start shipping next month. 

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