Google is about to launch its flagship Pixel 8 line of phones, and after official renderings of the Pixel 8 Pro were revealed, the Pixel 8’s renderings have now been revealed. The phones will be officially unveiled at Google I/O 2023 on May 10.
The renderings, which come from OnLeaks and MySmartPrice12, don’t show much of a change from its predecessor, but the most noticeable difference is that the new phones have a more rounded shape, rather than a square look like its predecessor.
The Pixel 8 is rounder than its big brother, the Pixel 8 Pro, and lacks a PDAF sensor underneath the flash. If you think this phone is small, that’s because its 5.8-inch screen makes it a compact phone. The thickness of the machine is not too thick, another good news is that the screen is straight screen, so install screen protection film is more convenient, and will not be wrong touch.
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Another change, Igeekphone notes, is that the Pixel 8 only has two cameras on the back, instead of three like the Big Brother Pro, which is expected to be a combination of an ultra-wide Angle and a main camera.
Those changes aside, the Pixel 8 is almost identical to its big brother, powered by a Tensor G3 chip that comes pre-loaded with Android 14.