If Google adheres to its typical schedule, which we haven’t seen any hint of, the Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro should be made official during a special event in California in October.
Despite this, we’ve already seen many leaks about the next duet, despite the fact that we’re still roughly three months away. Today, a comprehensive list of the Pixel 8 Pro’s key specifications is making the rounds, so let’s get started.
Google Pixel 8 Pro
– 6.7″ QHD+ LTPO OLED, 120Hz
– Google Tensor G3 + Titan chip
– 12GB RAM
– 128/256GB storage
– Camera: 50MP (OIS) + 64MP UW + 48MP (Tele)
– Selfie: 11MP
– Temperature sensor, Ultrasonic FP
– Android 14
– 4,950mAh battery, 27W wired charging
The more expensive of Google’s 2023 flagship slab-style devices is reported to have a 6.7-inch QHD+ 120 Hz LTPO OLED display, a Google Tensor G3 SoC with dedicated Titan security chip, 12GB of RAM, 128/256GB of storage, and a 4,950 mAh battery with 27W cable charging capabilities.
It will, of course, run Android 14 from the start, and will include an ultrasonic in-display fingerprint scanner as well as a new gimmick: an infrared temperature sensor, which would have been hot in 2020 at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The rear camera system includes three sensors: a 50 MP primary sensor with OIS, a 64 MP ultrawide sensor, and a 48 MP telephoto sensor. An 11 MP snapper is purportedly in charge of selfies. Previous rumors said that the main sensor would be Samsung’s ISOCELL GN2, the telephoto would be the ISOCELL GM5, and the ultrawide would be Sony’s IMX787. A new time of flight (ToF) sensor should make focusing easier.
You wouldn’t be alone in believing that these specifications are remarkably comparable to those of the Pixel 7 Pro from last year, implying that the next model will be an evolution rather than a revolution.