As the launch date approaches, Google’s Pixel 7 Pro receives a very short unpacking. {Video}

Google has already officially unveiled the Pixel 7 series, but as the launch date approaches, a new video shows off a very quick unboxing of the Pixel 7 Pro.

A merchant from Bangladesh named Gadgetfull BD posted a quick video to Facebook today that appears to be the retail packaging for the Pixel 7 Pro in black. The retailer also unboxes the device to reveal the hardware once more and makes a hint as to what might be in the box.

Not to mince words, but this unboxing doesn’t reveal many new details regarding the Pixel 7 Pro.

This is the same black variant of the phone that has been leaked multiple times before, but this time it features the real Google logo rather than a prototype sign. Although there is no direct comparison, this quick peek does seem to confirm the idea that Google has significantly curbed the display’s curved edges compared to the Pixel 6 Pro. In contrast to how it appears on the Pixel 6 Pro, the way the light reflects off the sides in this video doesn’t appear as as distorted. It was difficult to determine from that leak alone if the Pixel 7 Pro will have a less severe curvature after a previous hands-on and comparison with the Pixel 6 Pro.

The unboxing procedure for the Pixel 7 Pros appears to be much the same as that for the Pixel 6 series. A Quick Switch Adapter and a USB-C to USB-C cable are provided within the essentially similar packaging, but there is no trace of a charging brick. Google continues to cover the display with paper in accordance with its sustainability objectives.

The Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro won’t officially launch for another month or so; October is when Google typically releases new hardware. Along with the Pixel 7, Google is also releasing its first smartwatch, the Pixel Watch, as we previously reported.

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