The upcoming flagship smartphone, Google Pixel 8 Pro is circulating online with its leaked renders. As per the renders it comes with a flat-screen, unlike previous models that had a curved display.
Google Pixel 8 Pro Leaks
The first CAD renders of the Google Pixel 8 Pro have been leaked by OnLeaks and SmartPrix. The phone appears to have a striking resemblance to the Pixel 7 Pro released in the previous year, but with a few slight modifications.
Built & Display
According to leaked CAD renders, the Google Pixel 8 Pro will have smaller dimensions than the Pixel 7 Pro, measuring 162.6 x 76.5 x 8.7 mm.
The phone will also feature rounded corners and a flat 6.52-inch display with slimmer bezels and a center hole-punch camera cutout. The camera housing has been redesigned, with all three main sensors now placed in a single cutout
An additional image sensor is located below the flash module. However, the purpose or specifications of this sensor are not yet known.
Tensor G3 Chip & Other Features
It is expected to be equipped with a Tensor G3 chip, which is rumored to be based on the Samsung Exynos 2300 chipset that has not been officially announced yet. The Samsung Exynos 2300 is expected to be manufactured under a 3nm fabrication process. The previous version “Google Pixel 7a” comes with Tensor G2 Chipset.
Likewise, the Pixel 8 Pro is rumored to have a feature called “staggered HDR technology,” which allows multiple exposures to be captured simultaneously using the same pixels. This enables the phone to produce the same visual effect as traditional HDR but with a shorter capture time and a reduced risk of blurry images due to frame misalignment caused by movement.
Google Pixel 8 Pro Price & Launch Date
As of now, there have been no leaks regarding the pricing of the Google Pixel 8 Pro. However, it is expected to be announced at the upcoming I/O 2023 event, which is set to commence on May 10 later this year. And we will update this article when Google Pixel 8 Pro gets an official release.
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