The Made by Google event will take place on October 4, where the company hopes to introduce its long-awaited family Pixel 8 and 8 Pro mobile phones.

In a pair of unboxing videos posted to YouTube by user PBKreviews (via 9to5Google), you can see the packaging of the Pixel 8 and 8 Pro, as well as a quick look at what they look like.

The videos don’t really add much to the flood of leaks we’ve already seen leading up to the event, but they do show that both phones come in neat packaging with a USB-C cable, manual, and a quick switch adapter. which you can use to transfer content from your old device to Pixel 8.

While the Pixel 8 unboxing video showcases the glossy gray color and silver camera panel, the Pixel 8 Pro video highlights the device’s matte black back panel and sleek black camera panel.

PBKReviews also shows the lock screen on both devices, suggesting that both devices will feature the same in-display fingerprint sensor as their predecessors.

Source: Digital Trends

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