The Pixel 8 Pro’s design and color options were briefly leaked by Google via the official website weeks before its debut

Pixel 8 Pro will launch on October 4th as the successor to last year’s Pixel 7 Pro, and the company has leaked the design of the upcoming flagship smartphone, which will take on Apple’s rumored iPhone 15 Pro models and Samsung’s flagship phone , whose debut is expected in the coming months. The search giant has also revealed the color options for the upcoming Pixel 8 Pro, which has been shown to have a SIM tray – previous reports had suggested the phone would only be launched with eSIM support.

On Wednesday, Google briefly revealed the Pixel 8 Pro via the company’s Pixel Phone Simulator website, according to screenshots and screenshots screen captures shared by users on X (formerly known as Twitter). Just like the company’s existing mobile phones, the simulator showed a 360-degree view of the mobile phone and revealed its design and some of its specifications, including the arrival of a rumor temperature sensor.

The Pixel Phone Simulator website has revealed the upcoming Pixel 8 Pro’s rear camera module, which features three cameras, just like last year’s Pixel flagship – this year’s model has all three cameras housed in the same notch on the raised camera module.

As with other Pixel models that have already been released, the site also allowed users to select a component of the phone and view details alongside a visual representation. Thanks to the simulator, we now know that the Pixel 8 Pro will support at least one physical SIM card – a previous report suggested the phone would only offer eSIM support, like Apple’s iPhone 14 series models in the US.

According to the now-defunct entry for the Pixel 8 Pro on the Simulator website, the handset will come in three color options – Licorice, Porcelain and Sky. Meanwhile, tipster Evan Blass has leaked an image of the Pixel 8 Pro in the rumored Sky colorway, with the same uniform cutout for the rear camera being revealed on Google’s own website.

This isn’t the first time Google has leaked its upcoming phone – last week the company unveiled the Pixel 8 Pro in the ‘Porcelain’ color on the Google Store website in the US. A recent report states that Google plans to improve software support for its next-generation Pixel phones by offering up to five years of operating system updates. This would bring Google’s OS update support window level with Apple, which also offers around five OS updates for all of its smartphones.

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Chrissy Callahan

Chrissy Callahan is a Worldtimetodays U.S. News Reporter based in Canada. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Chrissy Callahan joined Worldtimetodays in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing:

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