The real life images of Pixel 8 Pro have been revealed on the web. Previously, we have shared the screen specifications of both Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro models with you, and now the leaked images confirm that even the Pro version will feature a flat display.
Pixel 8 Pro is equipped with a 6.7-inch OLED display featuring a resolution of 1344×2992 pixels. It has a refresh rate of 120 Hz and a maximum brightness (HDR) of 1600 nits. To learn more about the display specifications of the Pixel 8 series, you can refer to our previous article. Pixel 8 series display specs exposed, Pixel 8 is smaller than even Pixel 7.
Pixel 8 Pro live images
The leaked images of Pixel 8 Pro were shared by a user on Reddit. It has been revealed that Pixel 8 Pro will be powered by Tensor G3 chipset. The leaked photos also confirm the phone’s codename “husky” and the bootloader version “ripcurrent.”
One notable aspect that has taken your attention is the camera array of Pixel 8 Pro. Alongside the triple camera setup, there is an LED flash, and there is a special sensor beneath it. Earlier rumors suggested that this sensor might be a temperature sensor, allowing users to measure their body temperature. This feature is quite new and not something commonly seen in recent phones.
The leaked images confirm that both the Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro will have flat displays, without any curved edges. This design choice is reflected in the photos that have been shared. The leaked images confirm that both Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro will come with flat displays. This design choice is reflected in the photos that have been leaked, no curves appear on the display.
If we take a closer look at other information present in Fastboot mode, we see that the leaked Pixel 8 Pro is a 128 GB variant. It is worth noting that many companies now offer their flagship phones with a minimum of 256 GB storage, so this might be disappointing for some users but not a deal breaker for Pixel 8 Pro since Pixel’s flagship lineup phones are usually sold cheaper than the competitors.
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