Google Pixel 7 design revealed via eBay listing; Pixel 7 Pro also makes a cameo
Google has never been particularly good at keeping its devices (and their specifications) secret. The upcoming Pixel 7 is no different, as a supposed prototype has already landed on a now-deleted listing on eBay. It is retailing at around the US$600 mark at the time of writing, although that number could increase once the listing gets more exposure.
As noted by Mishaal Rahaman of Esper.io, the seller appears to be using Pixel 7 Pro to take a picture of the vanilla Pixel 7, indicating that they have both upcoming Pixels at hand. The Pixel 7 Pro isn't up for sale yet, but it shouldn't be long before it shows up.
The eBay listing essentially confirms earlier reports about the Pixel 7's chassis and design, complete with the obnoxiously large chin and protruding camera cutout. There appear to be two sensors and an LED flash at the back, arranged horizontally. The glossy back indicates that the phone could be sandwiched between two layers of glass.
Everything else about the Pixel 7 seems to be fairly vanilla, including the USB Type-C port, power button/volume rockers and no 3.5 mm audio jack. The seller mentions that this particular variant packs 128 GB of storage and is running a pre-production version of Android 13 loaded with Pixel-exclusive apps.