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Google Pixel 8 Pro Design Leaked by Company Ahead of Debut; Will Reportedly Get Five Years of OS Updates

Explore the leaked design of Google Pixel 8 Pro ahead of its launch. Anticipate five years of OS updates for Pixel 8 series. Exciting details revealed
Google Pixel 8 Pro Design Leaked by Company Ahead of Debut; Will Reportedly Get Five Years of OS Updates

The upcoming launch of the Google Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro is anticipated in the near future. Though official information is scarce, a leaked image of the phone briefly appeared on Google's Subscriptions & Services promo page. The image showcased a Porcelain White variant with a triple rear camera setup, bearing resemblance to the previous Pixel 7 Pro. Impressively, the Pixel 8 Pro is rumored to receive an extended span of OS updates.

The image of the Google Pixel 8 Pro was initially discovered by Android enthusiast Android Setting (@android_setting) and was shared by Android expert Mishaal Rahman. Regrettably, Google promptly removed it. Displaying the Porcelain White model, the image depicts a single pill-shaped camera island housing all three cameras. Adjacent to the LED flash, an additional sensor can be inferred from the image, albeit in low resolution.

Reports suggest that the Google Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro, powered by Tensor, might enjoy an unprecedented five years of OS updates, surpassing major competitors like Samsung, Oppo, and OnePlus. This anticipated software support would outshine the four OS update promises from other brands. Notably, Google's older devices are slated for three OS updates and two years of security updates.

Rumors have also circulated about the possibility of the Pixel 8 series adopting eSIM-exclusive functionality, akin to select models of the Apple iPhone 14 series in the US.

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