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If you’ve been curious about the appearance of the Pixel 8 Pro, Google has a solution for you. The company has introduced a 360-degree simulator that allows users to explore the device from all angles, including back to front and top to bottom. It provides helpful indicators to highlight the locations of various sensors and ports. Notably, the simulator showcases the phone in three distinct colours and confirms the addition of a new temperature sensor on the back, situated alongside the camera setup.

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— José Rubén (@J0S3RL) September 6, 2023

This simulator was first discovered by José Rubén and brought to the attention by Mishaal Rahman, both of whom shared their findings on X. While Google hasn’t officially published a link to the website, it can be accessed by simply appending the new phone’s name to the URL of Google’s existing Pixel simulators. This suggests that the simulator may have gone live prematurely, catching the attention of eagle-eyed enthusiasts.

No way. It happened AGAIN. Google themselves leaked the Pixel 8 Pro.

You can see a full 360 degree view of the phone here, confirming the colors (Licorice, Porcelain, and Sky) as well as the components (like the temperature sensor).

— Mishaal Rahman (@MishaalRahman) September 6, 2023

It’s important to note that the simulator doesn’t provide specific specifications, leaving room for more Pixel-related leaks in the coming months. Additionally, it’s worth mentioning that the simulator for the standard Pixel 8 isn’t available online yet.

Design and Colours

Google’s mockups in the simulator reveal that the Pixel 8 Pro retains a SIM card slot. The phone is presented in three distinct colours: soft blue, sandy “porcelain,” and classic black. Interestingly, there don’t appear to be significant changes on the home screen in terms of software, with the mockups featuring Google’s customary colour-coordinated widgets and the traditional “at a glance” widget.

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