Set to debut next month, a keen retailer has already showcased Google Pixel 7 pro’s live appearance
Gadgetfull BD, a technology store in Bangladesh, released a quick unboxing video of what looks to be the future Google Pixel 7 Pro on Facebook.
Someone can be seen removing the smartphone from a Google-branded box and displaying its sleek black body with the Google “G” mark embossed on the rear. The Google Pixel 7 pro unboxing video doesn’t dive too deep in terms of showing us the specs of the phone, however.
It’s expected that Google will release the Pixel 7 and 7 Pro next month alongside the pixel watch. The phone seen in the Facebook video has an aluminum camera bar with two cutouts for the sensors, just like the official renderings from Google. This makes it likely that the retailer has his hands on the official Pixel 7 pro that customers will be seeing in markets very soon.
Unfortunately for Google, this isn’t the first time the Pixel 7 models have been found in random places. A listing for the Pixel 7, taken down shortly after, was found on eBay earlier this year in May. The models seen were engineering validation tests (EVTs) and were eventually wiped out by Google – rendering the phones functionally useless.