Google Store accidentally reveals the upcoming Pixel 8 Pro

Pixel 8 Pro

Google’s attempts to maintain secrecy surrounding their upcoming Pixel phones have fallen short once again, and the Pixel 8 Pro is no exception. Recently, the Porcelain White variant of Google’s flagship was briefly displayed on the Google Store. Offering yet another glimpse into its design.

Google Pixel 8 Pro: Leaked Image and Specs Tease Flagship’s Potential

Despite the less-than-ideal image quality, the leaked image reveals some critical information. The updated unified visor on the back will house the rumored 50MP primary camera, a 64MP ultrawide lens, and a 48MP telephoto module. These cameras are available alongside the LED flash and an infrared temperature sensor. An addition that allows users to measure their body temperature by pointing it at their temple for a few seconds.

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Also, the Pixel 8 Pro will boast a 6.7-inch LTPO OLED display with QHD+ resolution and an impressive 120Hz refresh rate. Under the hood, it features Google’s next-generation Tensor G3 chipset. Paired with a substantial 12GB of RAM and storage options ranging from 128GB to 256GB. Powering this flagship device is a generous 4,950 mAh battery, supporting 27W fast charging. And it will come equipped with Android 14 straight out of the box. Enthusiasts eagerly anticipate the Pixel 8 lineup’s official launch, which will tak place for October.

In summary, Google‘s efforts to maintain the secrecy of the Pixel 8 Pro have been thwarted. With leaked images and specifications providing a tantalizing glimpse into what’s to come. The Pixel 8 Pro is shaping up to be a notable addition to the Pixel series. With its impressive camera array, top-notch display, and powerful hardware. All eyes are now on the official October launch event to see how it will stack up against its competitors in the highly competitive smartphone market. However, until then, we will for sure get more details about the smartphone.

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