Google Pixel 7 prototype has surfaced online

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 Google Pixel 7 prototype has surfaced online
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We got our first official look at the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro at Google I/O, and now we’re getting even more due to an early prototype of the Pixel 7 appearing on eBay.

Today, an eBay auction appeared for someone selling what seems to be a Pixel 7 prototype. The listing was pulled down shortly after this item was published, about 1:30 p.m. ET.

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 Google Pixel 7 prototype has surfaced online

The gadget is seen in its black “Obsidian” version, which has a glossy glass back and the new metal camera bar that previously showed. The gadget also includes a logo that is similar to previous Google prototypes but has been modified.

 Google Pixel 7 prototype has surfaced online

Because Google has previously shown the Pixel 7 , this eBay auction doesn’t reveal much new information, though it does confirm that the Pixel 7 will ditch the matte black frame of the Pixel 6 in favour of a textured metal frame. The mmWave antenna window, which was previously seen in CAD leaks, is also visible.

 Google Pixel 7 prototype has surfaced online

We can also see the Pixel 7 Pro in the mirror, with its unique camera bar snapping shots of this phone, which is a little amusing.

 Google Pixel 7 prototype has surfaced online

The description went on to say that the phone already had Android 13 installed and that “pixel applications were in the development stage.”

 Google Pixel 7 prototype has surfaced online

The only other thing we know from this is that the Pixel 7 will feature 128GB of storage, as expected.

 Google Pixel 7 prototype has surfaced online

The Pixel 7 and will be available this autumn, according to Google. A second-generation Tensor chipset will be included in the Pixel 7 specifications. This new design will be available in the “Obsidian” colour seen below, as well as “Lemongrass” and “Snow.”

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