Google Sheds Light on the Pixel 8 Pro Ahead of October Launch

Pixel 8 Pro Design Revealed: Everything You Need to Know

Google recently confirmed that it will launch the Pixel 8 series on October 4th. As the launch date approaches, more details about the elder sibling, the Pixel 8 Pro, are starting to emerge. We now have almost official information about its design, possible color options, and more. Let’s take a closer look!

Pixel 8 Pro Design Seems To Be Confirmed

Google has posted 3D renders of the Pixel 8 Pro on its Pixel Phone Simulator website, confirming the device’s design. These renders are in line with previous leaks that have surfaced.<

The Pixel 8 Pro features rounded edges instead of flat ones and retains the same rear camera setup as the Pixel 7 series. On the front, we can see a center-positioned punch-hole cutout with incredibly thin bezels. It’s worth noting that the bezels have not been completely eliminated. The Pixel 8 Pro will be available in Sky, Porcelain, and Licorice color options.

Additionally, the images show the presence of a SIM card tray, which was previously rumored to be absent due to Google’s emphasis on eSIM technology. One of the most interesting features is the inclusion of a body temperature sensor, located next to the rear camera strip and below the flash. Rumors about this feature have been circulating for a while, suggesting that users will be able to record their body temperature by placing the sensor close to their forehead.

Beyond these details, not much else has been revealed. As the launch date approaches, we can expect to learn more about the Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro. Both devices are expected to be powered by the Tensor G3 chipset, offering significant performance and camera enhancements. The Pixel 8 will feature a 6.17-inch display, while the Pixel 8 Pro will boast a larger 6.7-inch display. Storage options will range up to 512GB, and users can look forward to various other upgrades.

We will keep you updated as soon as we receive any substantial information about the Pixel 8 series. In the meantime, share your thoughts on the Pixel 8 Pro’s design in the comments below.

Featured Image Courtesy: Dylan Roussel/X