With yet another self-own (intentional or otherwise), Google has revealed its upcoming Pixel 8 Pro again, putting it into a special pantheon of leaked phones that includes, well, every other Pixel model. This time, the leak comes via Google’s own 360-degree simulator that lets you see the device from every angle, with little yellow dots showing different sensors and ports. It not only confirms features like a new temperature sensor and physical SIM slot, but also three of the available colors.
The simulator (since shut down), was originally noticed by X user José Rubén, and others then posted their own images taken from the tool, as The Verge reported. It reveals blue, porcelain and black colors, along with a home screen that looks similar to the previous Pixel 7 Pro. It also shows a SIM card slot and confirms the temperature sensor we saw in an earlier leak.
No way. It happened AGAIN. Google themselves leaked the Pixel 8 Pro.
You can see a full 360 degree view of the phone here, confirming the colors (Licorice, Porcelain, and Sky) as well as the components (like the temperature sensor). https://t.co/xfpn4t3tyR pic.twitter.com/UzmtR7ov1L
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It doesn’t list any specs, but we already have a pretty good idea about those thanks to (yes) past leaks. The Pixel 8 Pro’s camera array should include a 50-megapixel main camera that lets in 50 percent more light and a 64-megapixel ultrawide Sony camera. It’s also rumored to have a flat display instead of curved ones similar to the Pixel 6 Pro’s and Pixel 7 Pro’s. In addition, it’s expected to come with a 5,000 mAh battery and a 27W max charging speed.
The Pixel 8 Pro should be revealed at Google’s next launch event, set for October 4 at 10AM ET — the leaks come just ahead of the iPhone 15 launch on September 12th, surely a coincidence. On top of the Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro, we may see the Pixel Watch 2 and other hardware.
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