Top 5 cases for your Pixel 7 or 7 Pro

While we wait for our Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro pre-orders to arrive, some of us like to have extra security and be ready with a case to protect our new phones as soon as they’re unboxed. Some people may get away with, or just prefer, to keep their phones bare with no external protection to speak of. I wish I could be one of those people, but unfortunately I’m a clumsy person and I’ll no doubt drop my phone face down on the concrete at some point.

Thankfully, several smartphone case options have popped up since the Pixel 7 series announcement. However, I keep hearing about some on social media all the time, so I thought I’d do a little roundup of the ones that caught my eye. Note that I haven’t tested any of these cases yet, so this post isn’t an endorsement or announcement, just information I thought I’d share.


We all know that Spigen is a very recognizable brand when it comes to smartphone cases, but one thing most people don’t know is that it is now an official Made for Google partner. Whether you like slim cases, rugged cases, or even clear cases, Spigen has an option for you in their store. They even make protective cases for Pixel Buds and Buds Pro. I already bought the Ultra Hybrid Anti-Yellowing Technology clear case for the 7 Pro. Now, I just have to wait for the phone to arrive so I can test the case. Their cases cost between $30 and $35, depending on the model. Take a look at the following link to see all the different options.

Dbrand Grip Case

If you’ve spent any time on Twitter, you might be familiar with Dbrand and how their Twitter account is famous for trolling just about everyone. But that’s not all they do, they also make pretty good holsters and covers. You can remember this jewel of skin for the Pixel 6aBut if skins aren’t your thing and you prefer more protection, Dbrand has a grip case that I hear is really good. They also have it available in different colors and patterns like their Glitch Camo and Robot Camo options. The case for the Pixel 7 is $42.90, while the case for the Pro is $49.90, however please note that the Pixel 7 Pro case is pending at the time of writing.

Ringke Fusion

Ringke cases are a great option for those who want to protect their devices and still show off the color and design of their phone. I can see its minimalist clear case as a great option for those who bought a Pixel 7 or 7 Pro in one of the new Lemongrass or Hazel shades, since you definitely don’t want to cover those colors. Ringke also sells a style of protective bezel for the Pixel Watch, which I definitely want to get but is currently out of stock. All the Ringke Pixel 7/7 Pro cases are around $14 or $15, and the watch bezel protection is $22.

Bellroy Leather Case for Pixel

If you like the premium look and sophistication then I think the Bellroy Leather Cases are exactly what you are looking for. These cases were developed in partnership with Google and feature a slim profile in a tan leather body. Available in six different colors, the Pixel 7 cases are $49, while the Pixel 7 Pro cases will set you back $55.

Peak Design Everyday Case for Pixel

This would be my top recommendation, however in the past Peak Design cases suffered from limited stock and high demand resulting in extremely long lead times. This time around is no different with their Pixel 7 cases, which are already backordered in most locations. Still, though, the Peak Design cases are top-notch and worth the wait, so if this is your pick too, be sure to pre-order or pre-order now and use another case in the meantime.

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