Google’s Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro have leaked in a series of high-quality renders (via MySmartPrice) including what appears to be all color options for both devices. This isn’t the first time Google’s next phone generation has leaked. Back on September 6 Google accidentally put up a phone simulator for both devices on its website. The intention was for users to “get to know their hardware.” But it was most certainly not intended to be put up this early since Google has now taken that page down. Not to mention the two phones aren’t being announced until the company’s upcoming Fall event in early October.
That being said, today’s high-quality leaked renders of the Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro look just like the phone shown in the simulator. So it’s clear this is what Google’s phones look like and what colors they’ll be available in.
The Google Pixel 8 Pro will come in three colors
This isn’t much of a surprise since the leaks have popped up before. But this adds evidence to the obvious that Google will offer three colors for the Pro model. Which is pretty standard for Google at this point. The three colors are reportedly going to be called Obsidian Black, Porcelain, and Sky Blue.
As with past devices, Google is adding two unique colors to each model. So the unique colors here will be the Porcelain and the Sky Blue options. As Black always ends up being the standard across both. With these closeup shots you also get a really good look at the Pixel 8 Pro’s rear camera array. Which has three camera sensors with the LED flash.
The Pixel 8 will be offered in three colors as well
As for the Pixel 8’s three color options, Google will offer these in Obsidian Black, Gray, and Peony Rose. Out of both devices, the Sky Blue and the Peony Rose are the most interesting here. They provide a bright pop of subtle color that you don’t see all the time on smartphones. While the Gray and Obsidian Black are still nice and offer a more neutral look that a majority of people would be happy with.
The back of the phone is pretty much the same as the Pixel 8 Pro, but it loses one camera sensor. While the design and the colors now seem pretty much all but official, it’s still not clear if Google will offer all colors in all regions where the phones will be sold.