Google Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro Versions Leak: A Glimpse into Upcoming Offerings

Google Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro Versions Leak: A Glimpse into Upcoming Offerings
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leaks and speculations about the Google Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro have been flooding the digital sphere while the official reveal is still a couple of months away.

More intricate details are surfacing as the launch date nears. The smartphones are highly anticipated and hence, these leaks are very tantalizing to say the least. 

Rumor has it that Pixel 8 will offer storage options identical to its predecessor. You’ll have the choice between 128GB and 256GB of storage. While some may have expected an upgrade to 256GB for the base model, looks like they’d be a tad disappointed. The Pixel 8 will be offered in three distinct colorways: Licorice, Peony, and Haze, each reflecting Google’s aesthetic preferences.

The larger variant, the Pixel 8 Pro, is slated to provide users a generous 512GB storage variant along with 128GB and 256GB variants. Similar to the Pixel 8, the Pixel 8 Pro will be available in three color options: Licorice, Porcelain, and Sky, catering to diverse style preferences.

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According to earlier leaks the Pixel 8 is expected to carry a higher price tag than its predecessor. It is speculated that the phone will feature a 6.17-inch 1080×2400 120 Hz display with an embedded ultrasonic fingerprint reader. It will have a 50 MP main camera with the Samsung ISOCELL GN2 sensor, and a 12 MP ultrawide lens, along with an 11 MP front-facing camera. 

The Pixel 8 will be powered by a 4,485 mAh battery equipped with support for 24W wired charging and 12W wireless charging. Google’s next-generation Tensor chipset will ensure seamless performance.

The Pixel 8 Pro will likely feature a 6.7-inch 1344×2992 120 Hz display. It will share the chipset and the main camera with the Pixel 8 with a 64 MP ultrawide, and a 48 MP telephoto lens along with an 11 MP selfie camera. 

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