The Google Pixel 7a prototype eBay listing reaches its inevitable conclusion
From the perspective of a seasoned tech blogger, the Google Pixel 7a prototype eBay listing reaches its inevitable conclusion. The listing, which was posted on eBay by an anonymous seller, managed to generate quite a bit of interest. However, the listing has now been removed, with the seller citing “security reasons” as the reason for the removal.
The listing was first spotted by 9to5Google, who noticed that the seller was asking for $500 for the device. The listing included a few pictures of the device, as well as some specs. However, the listing did not include any information on when the device would be available for purchase.
The removal of the listing comes as no surprise, as it was inevitable that the listing would be removed. Google has not announced the Pixel 7a yet, and it is unlikely that the company would be happy about a prototype of the device being sold on eBay.
However, the fact that the listing was removed so quickly suggests that the seller may have had second thoughts about selling the device. It is also possible that the seller was contacted by Google and asked to remove the listing.
Either way, the listings provides a rare glimpse into the world of unreleased Google products. It is always interesting to see prototypes of upcoming devices, and the Pixel 7a is no exception.
Of course, the fact that the device is a prototype means that it is subject to change. The final version of the device may look different than the one that was listed on eBay.
Still, the eBay listing gives us a good idea of what to expect from the Pixel 7a. The device is expected to be a mid-range smartphone, and it looks like it will be a solid addition to the Pixel lineup.