We are less than a month away from the Made by Google event on October 4 in New York City, where the tech giant is expected to unveil the newest Pixel phones and the newest Pixel Watch. However, a significant preview of the Pixel 8 Pro is already available.
Users of X, which was previously Twitter, discovered this morning that if you went to Pixel’s “Get to Know Your Hardware” page and substituted “Pixel 8 Pro” for the name of another Pixel phone in the URL, you would receive a 360-degree view of the new device from top to bottom and side to side, complete with indicators indicating the location of crucial components.
The trick of replacing the URL no longer works, but GIFs and images of the view from all angles quickly spread across social media.
There are a few things to keep in mind. First, there will be a new temperature sensor on the back of the Pixel 8 Pro, next to the camera.
Additionally, it keeps the SIM card slot. Although Google gives them much more opulent names, such as Sky, Porcelain, and Licorice, three colors were displayed: a blue, a gray, and a black. Apparently, the home screen looked pretty much the same.
It’s hard to call this a leak given that Google itself “accidentally” shared a picture of the same Pixel 8 Pro last week. Additionally, given that Apple intends to officially unveil the iPhone 15 Pro next week.