An alleged prototype of Google’s upcoming Pixel 7 smartphone has surfaced on eBay, giving viewers a glimpse at the device months ahead of its official release.
According to The Verge, the tech giant only revealed the phone at Google I/O a few weeks ago, and the prototype matches what was already shown by the company.
The distinctive camera bar is back, and this year it’s an aluminum bar with cutouts for the cameras. And the cover of the alleged prototype is dark black which looks like one of the colors Google showed off at I/O.
The eBay listing includes some photos of the front, back and sides of the device, though there isn’t much to see that users can’t already spot on Google’s official renders.
An image of the current phone reveals that it has 128GB of storage, which suggests that Google will once again offer a 128GB model as an option for the last phone.
A screenshot revealed that the model of the smartphone is GVU6C, the report said.
(Only the title and image of this report may have been reworked by Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is generated automatically from a syndicated feed.)
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