Google Publishes A Leak Of The Pixel 8 Pro Online



Google Publishes A Leak Of The Pixel 8 Pro Online




Google finds it difficult to conceal its newest devices. On the website of the search engine giant, a picture of the yet-to-be-announced Pixel 8 Pro was posted.


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Google excels at many things, but concealing the existence of new products is not one of them. Prior to the launch, the Pixel 8 Pro has now also been discovered on Google’s own website. The business briefly uploaded a picture of the device to the Google Store before taking it down.


Even though the image quality isn’t excellent, the new Pixel 8 Pro is easily identifiable. The smartphone’s design is consistent with previous rumors that have circulated. The phone has the same iconic camera bar on the rear as the Pixel 7 Pro from the previous year. What has changed is that the lenses are now combined into a pill-shaped “window,” rather of remaining separate.



A 50-megapixel primary camera, a 64-megapixel wide-angle lens, and a 48-megapixel zoom camera are all said to be included in the next Pixel. A second sensor and an LED flash are also visible. This thermometer is most likely the one you may use to check your body temperature. Finally, we see that Google has introduced a new color for the Pixel 8 Pro, which they have named “Porcelain.”


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The majority of the Google Pixel 8 Pro’s characteristics are already public knowledge. Tensor G3 processor, 12GB of RAM, and at least 128GB of storage will all be included in the phone. Similar to the Pixel 7 Pro, the screen is 6.7 inches, however it no longer has curved corners. The device sports a ‘flat’ display, just as the Pixel 8 in general.


The smartphone is also anticipated to have a bigger battery that charges a little bit more quickly. Furthermore, the Pixel 8 Pro would receive upgrades for a longer period of time than earlier Pixel devices. Google wants to unseat Samsung as the “update king” in Android land, however the details of the update strategy are still unknown.



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