In keeping with the longstanding tradition of Google’s Pixel devices being subject to substantial leaks, the yet-to-be-announced Pixel 8 Pro has once more emerged, this time on a Google Store webpage.
The discovery was made by @Android_Setting on Twitter / X, who highlighted an image on a page showcasing Google’s subscriptions and services (notably excluding Pixel Pass).
The image features an individual engaged in a call on a Porcelain-hued Pixel 8 Pro.
Although the device’s appearance aligns with earlier leaked renders and images, including those from a purported internal Google video, there remains a question about the authenticity of this phone’s color.
Remarkably, the image’s alternative text description dispels any uncertainty, explicitly stating, “A person takes a call on a Pixel 8 Pro phone in Porcelain.”
For a closer examination, let’s zoom in on the image. The design corresponds with previous leaks, featuring an oval glass housing that encompasses the rear cameras, arranged in a bar configuration reminiscent of recent Pixel models.
While this leak doesn’t provide any insight into the phone’s internal specifications, there has already been a wealth of information regarding its specs, screen, RAM, camera hardware, and even potential new software elements such as Video Unblur.