A wild Google Pixel 7 prototype has appeared on eBay, but you can’t bid on it anymore
There’s never a dull moment for hardcore Google fans who eagerly await full announcements and retail releases of the search giant’s full line of new in-house hardware, as the The Pixel tablet was literally just confirmed at supports third-party styluses and now the Pixel 7 handset is in the spotlight for one of the weirdest reasons we can think of.
Unfortunately for collectors of such items, the eBay auction that started at a paltry $450 ended before anyone could place a single bid, an obvious and unsurprising sign that someone will be in trouble for this … unusual leak.
But wait, there’s more
Of course, we highly doubt an American diner is also the point of origin for this device, especially with another unreleased device making its own wild appearance in one of the Pixel 7 photos attached to the now-deleted eBay listing.
Yes, it’s almost certainly a Pixel 7 Pro reflected in the glass back cover of the Pixel 7, which means whoever took these snapshots was at one point in possession of not one but two different Google phones which should see the light of day later this year.
This must be some kind of record, and while there’s obviously no way to know for sure, something tells us that these prototypes will re-emerge on the World Wide Web, perhaps alongside some specs and features for confirm existing rumors and fill in some key blanks.