Back in the spring during Google I/O, the company minimally reminded of the new Pixel 7 Pro, where several images showed that this year there will be no major update to the appearance of the gadget. And the closer to the presentation of the new model, the more it becomes known.
This time, the Twitter user THIS IS TECH TODAY showed a short video with the unboxing of the new flagship from Google. And it seems that those users who plan to update last year’s model should not expect almost anything new from the packaging of the new product.
— M. Brandon Lee | THIS IS TECH TODAY (@thisistechtoday) September 3, 2022
Unfortunately, at this time, the video will not show more than the design and initiation of the first boot of the device. A little earlier, the YouTube channel Unbox Therapy had already managed to demonstrate a video with early versions of the devices, but they hardly turned on. That didn’t stop Lewis Hilsenteger from sharing his impressions of the device’s case and comparing it with its predecessor.
It is easiest to recognize the new model by the design of not even the entire rear part, but the camera unit. Now it’s almost completely black, where you can still see the lenses of the cameras themselves. But in the new model, the designers clearly emphasized them and did not “hide” them in the protrusion. From the front, these smartphones remain very similar. However, there are minimal changes in the size of the case, but when using them, there will be no noticeable difference.
The appearance of an already packaged version of the Google Pixel 7 Pro suggests that the presentation should take place soon. The company promised to show the new product in the fall, so everyone interested in flagships from Google should prepare for another announcement.