Companies don’t like leaks, and Google has been one of the most affected by leaks in recent years, so much so that it started pre-announced upcoming smartphones and other devices just to stay ahead of the leak curve. However, it still keeps losing the war.
Today, several images showing a Pixel 8 Pro prototype leaked on Reddit. They, and the accounts that posted them, have been removed, which is usually a good sign that we’re not dealing with fakes here. The
Pixel 8 Pro is definitely a Pixel, and judging by these images, it’s definitely of the Pro variety, with three rear cameras. The design is still the iconic Pixel design, with a camera “sun visor” — or “a giant island of cameras that go from side to side,” whichever definition you prefer.
This is clearly a prototype, as the label says, and is “for testing/evaluation only”. The “Product Version” field shows “husky,” which is the codename known to belong to the Pixel 8 Pro. This prototype has 12GB of LPDDR5 RAM made by Samsung and 50 GB of UFS storage is manufactured by SK Hynix.
Since this isn’t for sale, and the Pixel 8 Pro is still in development, don’t take every detail about the device too seriously – the odd pattern on the rear glass could be some sort of anti-leak Code (actually more like leak identify) code, and the colors don’t look like something google would do 992 There is very little contrast between parts.
However, this should be a good indication that the Pixel 8 Pro’s design will remain close to its predecessor. Keep in mind that the Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro are expected to launch in October, so there’s plenty of time between now and then to see more exciting leaks about them.
By the way, according to previous reports, the circular spot below the LED flash array is rumored to be an infrared thermometer. The Pixel 8 Pro is said to feature a 6.7-inch 1,120×2,992 50 Hz OLED display, updated 12 MP main rear camera with Samsung ISOCELL GN2 sensor, a 50 MP Sony IMX50 ultra wide angle sensor, and the same The same 5x optical zoom sensor and MP selfie snapper as its predecessor.
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