Google Japan is promoting the Pixel 7 and 7 Pro with potato chips that showcase this generation’s color selections, just like it did last year.
For those who live in Japan, there are 2,000 boxes, not bags, of potato chips up for grabs. Even the new Pixel 7s camera bar with a pill and circle, or just the former, is depicted on the packaging. The deadline for registration is this Friday, September 23.
Starting with Snow Cheese and Obsidian Pepper, which are available on both phone sizes, there are four flavors available that correlate to the colors that are offered. The Pixel 7 Pros in Hazel Onion green with a gold camera bar and Salty Lemongrass are available right now. (The flavors of the last two raise a lot of questions for us.)
In contrast, the Pixel 6 only came in one taste, the Googley Salty Flavor, with several bag styles. On the landing page, Google emphasizes the Tensor G2 and the high quality of the images and videos.
Prior to the Pixel 7 debut this fall, Google claims that these potato chips are meant to be shared with friends and family, but they should undoubtedly be viewed as a collectors item. We wish they were available everywhere.
It occurs as a weekend sale on the Google Store recently ended in Japan (and other Asia-Pacific nations), and it included a special phone case.
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