Google Leaks Pixel 8 Pro on its Own Store





Man holding Pixel Phone

Product leaks come in all shapes and sizes, from folks on Twitter to accidental uploads from a retail partner. Then, there are the leaks that accidentally come from the company itself. That apparently is the case with Google, which posted an image that teased the Pixel 8 Pro on its Google subscription and services page.

The image, which has since been removed, shows a man taking a call on a phone that matches the earlier leaks of a Porcelain-colored Pixel 8 Pro. Android expert and tipster Mishaal Rahman posted the picture on X (Twitter) after a tip from @Android_Setting.

Mishaal Rahman nabbed a shot of the leak before Google took it down.

While that could’ve been any Pixel phone, the image has alt test that says “a person takes a call on a Pixel 8 Pro phone in Porcelain.” You can tally another benefit to the accessibility feature of alt texts.

The Pixel 8 Pro is Google’s next flagship device slated for release this fall alongside a host of other expected products. The tech titan has for years attempted to bolster the Pixel brand, positioning it as the purest Android experience. But inconsistent distribution — it was tied up as an exclusive with Verizon for years — and relatively limited marketing meant it never achieved the success of Apple’s iPhone or Samsung’s Galaxy S franchises.

Google will have another chance to wow consumers when it hosts its annual product showcase later this year.

The company wasn’t immediately available to comment on the leak.

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