Google leaked Google’s flagship Pixel 8 Pro, again

From The Verge: Continuing the storied tradition of Google’s Pixel devices being some of the most-leaked hardware ever, the as-yet-unannounced Pixel 8 Pro has popped up on a Google Store page. @Android_Setting on Twitter / X pointed out the image on a page promoting Google’s subscriptions and services (Pixel Pass is not among them), showing a man taking a call on a Pixel 8 Pro in Porcelain.

Sure, the device looks like the renders and images that have already leaked, including from a supposed internal Google video, but how can we be sure it’s that phone in that color? In a win for accessibility, the tipster notes that the image’s alt-text description removes all doubt, reading, “A person takes a call on a Pixel 8 Pro phone in Porcelain.”

The design in the image matches the leaks, with a glass oval covering the rear cameras that are still protruding in a bar design similar to other recent Pixel phones. The leak doesn’t tell us anything about what’s inside the phone. Still, we’ve heard plenty about those already, covering the specs, screen and RAM, camera hardware, and some potential new software features like Video Unblur.

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