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One of the smartphones in the Pixel 8 series, the Pixel 8 Pro, has been leaked online ahead of its anticipated release later this year. Like last year, Google I/O, the company’s annual developer conference, which will be held in May, could tease the appearance of its rumored flagship smartphone for 2023. Before the event, renders of the Pixel 8 Pro were leaked by a tipster, showcasing the device’s design from various angles and a slightly modified rear camera module.
One of the first smartphones to support HDR photography was a Google Pixel model. In fact, for comparison purposes, the HDR shooting capabilities of modern smartphones are frequently compared with pixel phones. The leading smartphone manufacturer is prepared to up its HDR game with the Google Pixel 8.
The Pixel 8 Pro’s design renderings were leaked by tipster Steve Hemmerstoffer (Twitter: OnLeaks) and Smartprix. The rear camera setup of Google’s upcoming flagship phone is shown to have undergone a significant change. The Pixel 8 Pro’s camera sensors are now together, in contrast to earlier iterations, and there is also an additional sensor on the device, to the right of the three cameras, beneath the LED flash. This sensor’s operation is still a mystery.
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Google is allegedly planning to overhaul a lot of the features that distinguish a Pro Pixel phone with the Pixel 8 Pro. Probably a 6.5-inch panel will replace the current large 6.7-inch display. While it is spacious enough to qualify as a big screen, it is not absurdly huge to the point where many people would find it difficult to hold on. The best smartphones on the market now come standard with a 6.7-inch display, including the iPhone 14 Pro Max, Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra, and countless Android devices. Should Google defy the trend, it may be able to capture a portion of the market that yearns for a high-end phone that is not the heaviest and biggest thing your fingers could possibly wrap around without snapping.
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The claims made regarding the Google Tensor 3 chipset are more intriguing. It will likely use a 3nm manufacturing process, an improvement over Google’s use of a 5nm die in both the Pixel 6 and Pixel 7. The gist of this is a more effective processor. Even though the Pixel 6 and 7 were powerful smartphones, there have been complaints about heating, battery drain, and lag. That may be consigned to history now that Google is prepared to concentrate on the Pixel’s efficiency.
The Pixel 8 series of smartphones, which includes the Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro, will be officially introduced by Google later. The “Zuma” SoC, which is being developed by Google and Samsung, may power these handsets, which are rumored to have the codenames “Shiba” and “Husky”. At the company’s Google I/O event on May 10, the Pixel 7a, a less expensive version of the Pixel 7, is anticipated to be released.