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Google Pixel 8 Leak Unveils New Blue Color and Audio Magic Eraser!

Google Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro are on the horizon. A leaked promo video gives us a glimpse of the upcoming phones. This video leaks a fresh blue color option for the phone and what seems to be a novel audio editing capability.

The Google Pixel 8 Pro
The Google Pixel 8 Pro (fan-made concept pictured)

Discovered by EZ on X/Twitter (via 9to5Google), the video depicts a skateboarder cruising down a path. A Pixel logo graces the upper corner, accompanied by the familiar ‘engineered by Google’ tagline seen in prior Pixel promos.

An intriguing button labeled Audio Magic Eraser is tapped, effectively erasing the background noise caused by the skateboard. This could be an AI-powered function that identifies, isolates, and eliminates unwanted noise, retaining vital audio elements such as vocals and music.

In Google’s existing arsenal is Magic Eraser, known for its ability to effortlessly remove individuals and objects from images with a simple tap. Initially exclusive to Pixel, this feature now extends to those subscribed to a Google One storage plan.

Introducing the New Blue Hue

The leaked footage concludes by showcasing what appears to be the Pixel 8 Pro model drenched in a soft blue tint. Resembling the Sea variant available for the Google Pixel 7a, it’s uncertain if this shade precisely matches the previously encountered iteration.

A Glimpse of Innovation

The Pixel 8 Pro’s rear exhibits a triple-lens camera module, following the familiar raised design motif seen on existing Pixel models. Notably, the flash and temperature sensors make their presence known here, complemented by the lustrous texture of the metal casing.

A Blend of Speculation

Anticipation regarding the Pixel 8 has spawned a blend of speculation. Certain aspects might retain familiarity: the ongoing availability of the 128GB and 256GB storage choices seems plausible for the new devices.

The Dawn of Enhancements

Yet, the horizon might usher in noteworthy enhancements. Whispers suggest the potential arrival of upgraded displays boasting heightened brightness and refresh rates. If Google adheres to its customary timeline, the Pixel 8 is likely to grace the stage in October.

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