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Google Accidentally Reveals Pixel 8 Pro on Its Official Website


On the same day Apple announced its iPhone 15 launch event, Google seemingly inadvertently showcased the Pixel 8 Pro on its official store. A user on X (previously known as Twitter) named Android Setting, as cited by The Verge, identified an image of an individual using a beige-colored phone. Although the image has since been removed from the page dedicated to Google’s subscriptions and services, the associated alt text allegedly described it as: “A person takes a call on a Pixel 8 Pro phone in Porcelain.”

The depicted device matches the look of earlier leaked images of the model’s prototype. On the back, the cameras are encased in a single glass panel, framed by a raised metal strip that extends across the phone’s full width. And, unmistakably, Google’s iconic “G” logo is positioned in the center. Delving into prior leaks – and there have been several – the Pixel 8 Pro is believed to boast a 50-megapixel primary camera that captures 50 percent more light, complemented by a 64-megapixel ultrawide Sony lens. Reports also suggest a departure from the curved displays of the Pixel 6 Pro and Pixel 7 Pro in favor of a flat screen. Additional anticipated features include a 5,000 mAh battery and a charging speed capped at 27W.

While the release date for Google’s Pixel 8 Pro remains undisclosed, the company introduced its predecessors in October-themed events in both 2021 and 2022.

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