The presentation of the Pixel 7 series of phones will officially take place next month, and Google announced them back in May at its I/O conference.
Even then we saw that, at least externally, compared to the current Pixel 6 series, the two Pixel 7s will not differ significantly.
This is now confirmed by a short unboxing video from Bangladesh published on Twitter. The seemingly finished product with the G logo on the back has been unboxed and shown in its best light yet.
The main difference compared to the Pixel 6 Pro is in the camera module, which now seems to be metal with openings for three cameras.
Again, it will be a bulky phone with a large, slightly curved display on the front and a selfie camera hole in the middle.
We expect a 6.7-inch screen with a Tensor 2 chip under the hood, stereo speakers and support for wireless charging. Whether it will offer any faster charging than the 30W charging of the Pixel 6 Pro model, we have yet to find out.
Of course, it will run Android 13 in its original version, as one of its strongest assets.