For several years in a row, Google’s novelties not yet presented have been in the hands of bloggers. For example, we had a Google Pixel 3a prototype six months before the presentation:
Similar stories have been happening every year since then. Either everything will become known about the smartphone a few months before its release, or prototypes or even retail versions will fall into the hands of people who do not work at Google. The Sevens were no exception. Earlier, Kostya talked about the Google Pixel 7 prototype, which could be bought on eBay:
You might argue that the Pixel 7 was shown back in March. Yes, but Google did it to combat leaks. Like, here is the appearance of a smartphone, the appearance of which was already known by that time:
Now it’s the turn of the announced but not yet unveiled Pixel 7 Pro. And his retail sample was unpacked directly to the camera:
In addition to unpacking and turning on the smartphone for the first time, nothing else got into the frame. Therefore, there are no confirmed characteristics of the smartphone yet. It is known for sure that he will receive a second-generation Google Tensor system-on-a-chip. And that’s it, that’s all.
A full presentation of the smartphone may take place in October.