With Google’s fall event creeping closer, there is a lot of anticipation for the Google Pixel 7 Pro. However, fans got a sneak peek before the event in an unboxing posted by a Bangladesh technology shop, Gadgetfull BD. This video was posted on Facebook and showed someone taking out the alleged Google Pixel Pro 7.
The phone had a sleek black exterior with Google’s G logo stamped onto the back, as seen on other Pixel phones. This is not the first time that the existence of the Pixel 7 Pro has been teased. At the I/O event in May, Google themselves teased both the Pixel 7 and the Pixel 7 Pro.
The phone is expected to launch alongside the Pixel Watch in the upcoming month. The phone shown in the Facebook video matches the official renders by Google. It also includes an aluminum camera bar with two cutouts that house the phone’s sensors.
Furthermore, the phone also has Google Pixel’s official animation sequence, which shows up when it is booted. The device set-up screen follows the animation, which proves that the phone is legitimate.
The video does not leak any information other than how the phone would look in real life. The description of the video was also void of any additional information that has not already been released officially. There have been a few prototypes that have popped up on sites such as eBay and on Reddit.
Even though all the prototypes look similar to the designs that Google presented earlier, a video from a tech shop indicates that Google may be closer than ever to releasing its brand-new phone. Other designs have had minor inconsistencies, such as no Google logo on the rear and no product packaging.
This video includes all of those, which gives fans reason to believe that this might really be the long-anticipated Pixel 7 Pro. Google doesn’t have the best track record for keeping their Pixel phones a secret, which is why this leak is not a surprise.