google pixel 8 pro rear all colors

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  • A seemingly real-world photo of Pixel 8a units has surfaced online, showcasing its blue and green color options.
  • The colors are a significant departure from the similarly named options on the Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro.

While Google remains tight-lipped about the Pixel 8a, a steady stream of leaks continues to reveal key aspects of the upcoming smartphone. After a series of high-quality renders, we now have a seemingly real-world photo of two Pixel 8a units, which have appeared for sale in Moroccan markets ahead of the official launch.

First spotted by DroidReader (h/t: 9to5Google), the image offers a clear look at the seemingly frosted back panels of two Pixel 8a devices and their retail boxes.

Pixel 8a leaked image Mint and Bay colorway

While likely to be called “Bay” (blue) and “Mint” (green), the Pixel 8a’s colors offer a surprising twist compared to the similarly named options on last year’s Pixel 8 series. The blue on the Pixel 8a might be a bit too saturated for my taste, but the Mint looks like a real winner. At least in this image, it seems like a saturated yet pleasing shade of green, unlike the overly intense shade that we saw in the recently leaked renders.

Beyond its eye-catching colors, leaks suggest the Pixel 8a will pack a punch. Rumors point to Google’s powerful Tensor G3 SoC, a 120Hz display, and a 4,500mAh battery with 27W wired charging. The camera setup is expected to include a 64MP primary camera and a 13MP secondary camera, unchanged from the Pixel 7a.

The Pixel 8a could also be the most expensive A-series Pixel yet, with a price tag upwards of $500. Google will likely announce the Pixel 8a at its 2024 I/O event, which is slated to begin on May 14.

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