Google, the tech giant known for its innovation and cutting-edge technology, is gearing up to launch its latest smartphones, the Google Pixel 8 series. The Pixel 8 series, which includes the standard Pixel 8 and the Pixel 8 Pro, are expected to be announced on October 4, 2023.
A Sneak Peek into the Specifications
The Google Pixel 8 is expected to feature a 6.2-inch AMOLED display with a resolution of 1080 x 2400 pixels. It will be powered by Google’s own Tensor G3 chipset. The device will come with a dual-camera setup, including a 50 MP primary camera and a 12 MP ultrawide camera. The selfie camera is expected to be a 10.5 MP sensor.
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The device will come with a substantial 12GB of RAM and will be available in two storage variants – 128GB and 256 GB. It will run on Android 14 and will be backed by a robust 4485 mAh battery.
Here is the first unboxing video of the upcoming Pixel 8
I just love the color and it definitely looks super comfortable to hold because of rounded edges pic.twitter.com/mw5E2WG9tc
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The Pixel 8 series is expected to bring several new features and improvements over its predecessor. Both Pixels will have a new chipset and new primary cameras. The Pixel 8 Pro will have a new design, a new temperature sensor, and more.
The Pixel 8 is expected to cost $699, representing a $100 increase from its predecessor. The Pixel 8 Pro is expected to stay at the same $899 price and will go on sale starting 4th October.
While the specifications and features of the Google Pixel 8 look promising, it will be interesting to see how it performs in real-world scenarios. Reviews from tech experts and users will provide valuable insights into the device’s performance, battery life, camera quality, and overall user experience.