Google’s latest 360-degree simulator of the Pixel 8 Pro shows what the device looks like from different angles; front, back, top, and bottom.
With the help of markers, you can also see where the device’s sensors and ports are located. One of the sensors is a temperature sensor on the back next to the camera lenses, which has been added to a Pixel phone for the first time. A a demo video explaining the sensor was also leaked previously but was later taken down.
The images from the simulator further confirms that the Pixel 8 is coming in three colors, namely black, pale blue, and a sandy porcelain.
Of course, the Pixel 8 Pro will be packed with more specs than the ones you can see through the simulator. You may expect some more leaks to disclose those, or just wait till October 4th for the official release of the lineup. It does, however, seem like there aren’t any major software updates added to the device, since the screen in the simulator doesn’t show any new widgets.