A Google tester (now offline) took to Reddit to release a live shot of the upcoming Google Pixel 8 Pro phone and reveal some key specs.
The photos are said to be from a prototype of Google’s device team, to some extent confirming previous leaks and Revelations.
This new machine, codenamed “husky,” uses 12GB of Samsung LPDDR5 RAM and 128GB of SK Hynix ROM.
In addition, there is a mention of “ripcurrent” in the boot loader, which seems to be related to the chipset. Google Tensor G2 was previously known as the “cloudripper” and is also known as GS201.
According to previous revelations, Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro will be equipped with Tensor G3, and Tensor G3 also has the code name “zuma”, which is also mentioned on the back of the test device.
A sticker on the back of the phone indicates that it is a “test/evaluation only” tester and is not yet licensed by the FCC for “internal testing and development.”
It is said that the new machine uses a 50MP main camera, 64MP ultra-wide Angle lens and 5x telephoto lens, and it can also see a strange temperature sensor under the flash, which is different from the Pixel 6 Pro and Pixel 7 Pro with a separate telephoto lens design.