In an upcoming event on October 4, Google will officially unveil the Google Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro, along with the Pixel Watch 2. Leaks have provided extensive details on the hardware specifications of the new Pixel 8 phones, and a recent leak has revealed the first-party cases that will be sold by Google. These leaks confirm the existence of a Coral variant for the Pixel 8 and 8 Pro, which was previously seen with the Pixel 7a.
The leaked information also includes marketing materials from Google showcasing the four case colors for each model and mentioning that the cases are made with recycled materials. Additionally, the leak provides the dimensions of the silicone cases, with the Pixel 8 case weighing 27.3 grams and the Pixel 8 Pro case weighing 31.3 grams. The leak also offers a glimpse of the Coral cases for the Pixel 8 and 8 Pro, hinting at a potential surprise from Google.
Aside from the case leak, there is exciting information about Google’s software plans for the Pixel 8 series. It is reported that the manufacturer will offer up to seven years of updates for the new flagship phones, which is an unprecedented level of software support in the mobile industry. The leaks have left little to the imagination, revealing details about the hardware attributes of the Pixel 8 series and the color variants of the Pixel Watch 2. There are also rumors that Google may offer the Pixel Watch 2 for free with pre-orders of the Pixel 8 Pro, along with other exciting perks.