We were all taken aback by Google I/first O’s official glimpse at the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro, and now we have further information courtesy to an early Pixel 7 prototype turning up on eBay.
Today, an eBay listing appeared for a vendor offering what is allegedly a Pixel 7 prototype. Around 1:30 PM ET, just after this piece was published, the listing had been removed.
The gadget is displayed in its black Obsidian form, replete with the new metal camera bar that Google previously unveiled and a glossy glass back. The device also features a logo that is consistent with earlier Google prototypes but has been tweaked.
This eBay sale doesn’t reveal much more about the Pixel 7’s design since Google previously unveiled it publicly, but it does confirm that the matte-black frame of the Pixel 6, which we adored, will be replaced with a textured metal frame. The mmWave antenna window that was previously shown in CAD leaks is also visible.
Funny enough, we can also make out the Pixel 7 Pro in the reflection shooting shots with its recognizable camera bar.
The listing continued by stating that the phone was already powered by Android 13 and that pixel apps were in the process of being developed.
The only additional information from this leak is a short glance at the capacity; as expected, the Pixel 7 will contain 128GB of storage.
The fall release of the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro has already been confirmed by Google. A second-generation Tensor chipset will be part of the Pixel 7 specifications. Along with the Obsidian color we can see here, this redesigned design will also be offered in Lemongrass and Snow.