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Google will launch the Pixel 7 and 7 Pro in the first week of October - Here the Unboxing Experience

So if there's one company that is absolutely terrible at keeping things secret, it has to be Google.

I mean we get product unboxings and review videos from companies like Samsung and Apple after they have launched the product.

But at Google, it's quite the opposite.

It happens before the launch event for Pixel phones and in many instances, months before the official event.

And that's what's happening today.

We have the unboxing video of the Pixel 7 Pro that shows the device in all of its glory and the guy also turns it on to show how it looks from the front. It's uploaded by a retailer in Bangladesh named Gadgetfull BD, I'll link them down in the description.

The unboxing doesn’t tell us much about the Pixel 7 Pro that we didn’t already know but it confirms that Google has toned down the curved display which I'm sure Pixel fans would highly appreciate.

But apart from that, it looks pretty much identical to its predecessor including the size of the bezel.

And I got to say, it looks much more premium from the back compared to the Pixel 6 Pro with that anodized aluminum camera bar.

The design of the box as well as the in-box content will remain the same which means there's no charger brick inside.

Moving on, both the Pixel 7 and 7 Pro will support a higher fidelity Bluetooth LE Audio. This new codec brings improvements to the overall listening experience and sound quality. It will be able to compress audio more effectively which means Better long-distance audio.

Also, it can send multiple audio streams to and from an audio source device, like the Pixel 7, and multiple audio sink devices, like headphones.

This means truly wireless earbuds, for example, can each connect to your phone, instead of one earbud connecting and then relaying the information to the other, as Bluetooth works now.

And finally, it makes voice assistants and switching between audio source devices more seamless.

With that said, the Tensor 2 chip on the Pixel 7 and 7 Pro is made by Samsung.

Since Samsung has decided to ditch Exynos and go all in with Snapdragon chips for their flagships, many people were wondering who's going to make the Tensor 3 chip. Well, GalaxyClub which has a great track record has discovered that it's going to be Samsung again.

Google will launch the Pixel 7 and 7 Pro in the first week of October, October 6th to be specific with the release date being on the 13th of October

Google said it will reveal more about its Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro phones, and its first smartwatch ever, the Pixel Watch. The company said all of the products will be available to order the same day. The in-person event is scheduled to start at 10 a.m. ET and will be held in New York City.

Samsung announced its new folding phones in August. Apple Apple is expected to release four new iPhone models and its hyped-up event this week. Amazon also typically unveils its new products in the fall.

Google already teased the phones and watch in May during the Google I/O conference, but it didn’t talk about the new capabilities of the Pixel 7 or Pixel 7 Pro. It instead only showed a teaser video and pictures. It did the same for its first watch, which is expected to launch in the fall and will offer some Fitbit features.

Google Pixel Watch


You will hear more about the Pixel 7, Pixel 7 Pro, and the Pixel Watch, and what sets them apart from competitors, as well as how much they’ll cost and when they’ll go on sale.

Google said it will also announce updates to its Nest products. The Nest segment includes home speakers, networking products, thermostats, doorbells, security cameras and more.

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