- Google Pixel 8 series is expected to launch in the second half of 2023.
- The Pixel 8 Pro will get some design changes on the back.
- The Pixel 8 will sport a flat hole-punch display.
Google Pixel 8 series is expected to launch soon. The company is expected to launch its new flagship smartphones in the second half of this year. Google might give us a glimpse of the design of the Pixel 8 series at the upcoming May I/O event. However, some key details about the upcoming Pixel 8 series have leaked online. MySmartPrice has the exclusive case renders of the upcoming Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro. The case renders highlight the key design elements of both Pixel smartphones ahead of the launch.
Based on the details revealed, it is safe to say that the Pixel 8 series will have some design changes compared to the Pixel 7 series. Let’s take a look at the Google Pixel 8 series design renders, specifications and other details known so far.
Here’s How the Google Pixel 8 Series Might Look
The Google Pixel 8 Pro will be the top-of-the-line flagship from the company, sitting above the vanilla model. Both devices might debut in October. Google is yet to confirm the official launch timeline. Meanwhile, our sources have shared the exclusive case renders of the Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro.
Based on the leaked details, we can say that the Pixel 8 will continue to sport a dual-camera setup on the back. The Pixel 8 Pro, on the other hand, has a triple rear camera setup. Both phones have a wide visor-like camera module design. The camera module bar extends towards the edges and blends into the frame.
We can also see that the Pixel 8 Pro’s camera cutout is a bit wider than the predecessor. All three sensors are placed inside a single pill-shaped cutout as opposed to the predecessor, which came with a separate circular cutout for the third sensor. The images also reveal another sensor below the LED flash, which is positioned next to the camera sensors.
On the front, the phones sport a hole-punch cutout at the top centre. The Pixel 8 will continue to sport a flat display, whereas the Pro model will have a curved screen. As per our recent exclusive, the Pixel 8 has a circa 6.2-inch display, which is a bit smaller than the Pixel 7’s 6.3-inch screen.
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We can also see the power and volume buttons on the right edge. The bottom edge houses the USB Type-C port, a microphone cutout and a speaker grille.
Other details about the Pixel 8 series are under wraps. We can expect the phones to feature the upcoming Tensor G3 SoC under the hood. More details should be available soon.