Google Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro: New Leaks Reveal Exciting Details
With the iPhone 15 series now launched, we are approaching October, where multiple other events, including the Google Pixel 8 launch, are lined up. A lot of information is already available about the next mainline Google flagships, including official imagery by Google itself.
Now, a new set of renders has leaked, which, if real, gives us a first look at the color options we can expect from the smaller Pixel 8 and the top-end Pixel 8 Pro when the phones are officially revealed on October 4.
According to a report by MySmartPrice, the new Pixel 8 devices from Google will be offered in three colors each. The Pixel 8 Pro will be available in Sky Blue, Porcelain, and Black Obsidian, while the Pixel 8 will be available in Peony Rose, Grey, and Obsidian Black.
Speaking of the smaller Pixel 8, the Peony Rose color seems to be the hero color, with hues of orange and pink giving it a distinct look. Additionally, while we have previously seen leaked renders of the Pixel 8 Pro, these new renders suggest that the Pixel 8 Pro will also come in the new Sky Blue color.
These would certainly be interesting color choices offered by Google if these rumors turn out to be true and would mark a stark difference between the recently released iPhone 15 series phones, including both the vanilla and the Pro models.
The Google Pixel 8 series is expected to be powered by Google’s third-generation in-house Tensor G3 processor and will largely retain the same aesthetics and design as the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro. However, in terms of the screen, reports suggest that the Pixel 8 models could feature a 6.7-inch flat screen, abandoning the curved panel seen in the Pixel 7 Pro.
Recent reports also claim that the Pixel 8 series could feature the video equivalent of Night Mode. This would help users capture better videos in low-light scenes.