Pixel 7 series has Previously officially offered by Googlebut with the launch approaching, a new video clip appears very Brief unpacking of the Pixel 7 Pro.
Gadgetfull BD, a retailer in Bangladesh, Spread A short video on Facebook today shows what appears to be the Pixel 7 Pro’s retail packaging in black, and disassembles the device to show the device once again as well as hinting at what might be in the box.
Not to beat the bush, this dump does not tell us Many About the Pixel 7 Pro that we didn’t already know.
This is the same black version of the phone we’ve seen in several previous leaks, although this time with the actual Google logo instead of a prototype indicator. There’s no comparison to another device, but this brief look seems to support the theory that Google has slipped the curved edges of the Pixel 6 Pro’s display back a bit on this device. The way the light reflects off the sides in this video doesn’t look quite as distorted as it does on the Pixel 6 Pro. Previous experience and comparison between Pixel 7 Pro With the Pixel 6 Pro it made it look like the newer device would have a less intense curve, but it was hard to tell from this leak alone.
For the Pixel 7 Pro’s packaging, the unboxing experience looks pretty much the same as the Pixel 6 series. The design of the box is basically identical, and inside there’s a quick conversion adapter and a USB-C to USB-C cable included, there’s no sign of a charging brick. Google also still uses paper to cover up the screen, in line with File Company’s sustainability goals.
At this point, there’s still about a month left for the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro to finally be official, with October as Google’s usual schedule for new devices. Besides, Google also launched its first smartwatch, the Pixel Watch, along with the Pixel 7 As we recently reported.
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