– Two leaked photos of Google's upcoming Pixel 8 Pro smartphone were posted on Reddit, revealing the front and rear design of the device.
– The leaked images show a recognizable Pixel design with some notable differences compared to its predecessor, the Pixel 7 Pro.
– The back of the Pixel 8 Pro features a new triple-camera setup housed entirely in a single glass oval, eliminating the separate telephoto lens found on the Pixel 7 Pro.
– A new sensor capable of measuring the user's body temperature is visible under the flash on the back of the device.
– Camera specifications have not been disclosed, but previous leaks suggest the Pixel 8 Pro may have a 50-megapixel main sensor, a 64-megapixel ultrawide sensor, and a 48-megapixel telephoto sensor.
– The camera island on the Pixel 8 Pro appears slightly thicker compared to the Pixel 7 Pro, but the overall size isdifficult to determine from the leaked images.
– A sticker on the back of the device identifies it as a prototype test unit marked with the code name "Zuma," referring to Google's Tensor G3 processor.
– There are patterned lines on the lower half of the phone, but their purpose or inclusion in the final design is unclear.
The front of the Pixel 8 Pro, as shown in one of the leaked images, displays the fastboot screen with references to "Husky,"
– the rumored codename for the device, along with specifications of 12GB of Samsung LPDDR5 RAM and 128GB of internal storage.
– The leaked photos reinforce the design changes previously seen in renders and an internal Google video leak, aligning with expectations for the official announcement of the Pixel 8 Pro later this year.