For whatever reason, Google is notoriously bad at keeping its unreleased products behind the curtain. The latest example of this is the listing of a Pixel 7 prototype on eBay (via Mishaal Rahman). The phone with model number GVU6C and 128GB storage was apparently on sale which has now ended. Now even though we can’t tell how legit this listing is, the alleged live photos of the Pixel 7 that has come out of it are eye-catching nonetheless.

Google Pixel 7 Design, Specs, and Features

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Google Pixel 7 Pro reflection on the back of Pixel 7 prototype.

Google is continuing the prominent camera bar on the back of the phones. This time, it is said to be made of aluminium. The Pixel 7 Pro has got a pill-plus-circle cutout whilst the regular Pixel 7 has just got the Pill. This could be because of the difference in camera sensors within both devices.

The front of the Pixel 7 appears to have a central punch-hole cutout for the selfie camera. The standard Pixel 7 is expected to come with a 90Hz FHD+ panel whereas the Pro could sport a 120Hz 2K panel with an inherent upscaling solution.

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Both of these panels could be made by Samsung Displays.

As already teased, the new Pixels will come with an upgraded Google Tensor SoC, Android 13, and various colour options, among other things.

The next generation of Pixel phones is on the horizon. Here’s a first look at the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro — equipped with a new generation of Google Tensor and a sleek design. Coming this fall. #GoogleIO pic.twitter.com/WMysJv1lZP

— Google (@Google) May 11, 2022

If history is anything to go by, we should see more info about the Google Pixel 7 series, in the way of leaks, ahead of the official launch in October 2022.

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