We got our first official look at the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro at Google I/O, and now we’re getting even more due to an early prototype of the Pixel 7 appearing on eBay.

Today, an eBay auction appeared for someone selling what appears to be a Pixel 7 prototype. The listing was pulled down shortly after this item was published, about 1:30 p.m. ET.

The gadget is seen in its black “Obsidian” version, which includes a glossy glass back and the new metal camera bar that Google previously demonstrated. The device also includes a logo that is similar to previous Google prototypes but has been modified.

Because Google has previously shown the Pixel 7’s design, this eBay auction doesn’t reveal much new information, though it does confirm that the Pixel 7 will ditch the matte black frame of the Pixel 6 in favor of a textured metal frame. The mmWave antenna window, which was previously seen in CAD leaks, is also visible.

We can also see the Pixel 7 Pro in the mirror, with its unique camera bar snapping shots of this phone, which is a little amusing.

The listing went on to say that the phone already had Android 13 installed and that “pixel apps were in the development stage.”

The only other thing we know from this leak is that the Pixel 7 will have 128GB of storage, as expected.

Google has already confirmed that the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro will be releasing this fall. Pixel 7 specs will include a second-generation Tensor chipset. This updated design will come in the “Obsidian” color we’re seeing here as well as being sold in “Lemongrass” and “Snow.”