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Google Pixel 8 Pro official renders are out; here’s how it will look

Google is all set for the official debut of the Pixel 8 lineup of smartphones. The lineup will see two devices being launched at the moment, the Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro. The brand might add the vanilla Pixel 8A to the series later. Anyway, as the brand has already started teasing the devices on their social media handles, the enthusiasm among the fans has been sparked. Adding to this further, the brand has released the official renders of the upcoming smartphone.

Just to keep you informed, the Pixel 8 series is slated to release on October 4th, 2023, which is still about a month away. However, Google has recently posted some renders of the device online. While these aren’t the most detailed images, they do give us a good idea of what the gadget will look like.

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The Pixel 8 Pro will be available in three colors: Licorice, Porcelain, and Sky, according to the Pixel Simulator website for the device that has since been removed. The Pixel 8 Pro sports a raised camera bar on its rear panel that holds a triple camera unit, an LED flash, a microphone, and a body temperature sensor, as was previously seen in leaked renders. It also has a flat display with a centered punch hole.

The gadget will offer triple rear cameras on the back. There would be a primary wide lens, a secondary ultrawide lens, and a tertiary telephoto lens which is said to support up to 5X telephoto zoom. The phone’s speaker, microphone, and USB-C port are all located on the bottom. It has a microphone and an additional speaker on the top. The phone has a SIM card slot on the left edge and NFC connectivity.

Google Pixel 8 Pro rumored specifications

The rumored specifications of the Google Pixel 8 Pro are already making rounds on the internet. According to the reports, the gadget will feature a 6.7-inches OLED LTPO panel with QuadHD+ 1344*2992 pixel resolution and obviously, the 120Hz high refresh rate support. It would be powered by the next generation of Tensor SoC and would most probably boot up on the Android 14 operating system right out of the box.

Via: Stufflistings

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