Google Pixel 8 Pro Rendered With Curvier Corners, New Camera Design

Google Pixel 8 Pro should debut this fall, once Android 14 has been finalized, but apparently we’ll get a solid teaser of it at Google I/O 2023. Before that we have a great leak from @OnLeaks, revealing the design of the new Google Pixel flagship.

The Google Pixel 8 Pro has leaked in CAD renders, keeping the core design language of the predecessor, but also making some changes here and there. For example, it has curvier corners and puts all 3 back camera sensors on the same pill, at the top of the back side hump. There’s also a mystery brand new sensor below the LED flash. Could be a color spectrum sensor, LiDAR or whatnot.

The source also reveals that the Pixel 8 Pro measures 162.6 x 76.5 x 8.7 mm and it reaches 12 mm with the camera bump. The display is said to have a 6.52 inch diagonal, which is smaller than the Pixel 7 Pro, on account of the curved corners thing. The Power and volume buttons are on the right and the USB-C port and speaker are on the bottom, while the SIM tray is on the left.

Inside we’ll find a Google Tensor G3 processor, which should be inspired by the Exynos 2300 and may even be a 3 nm chip. We also learned some info about the Google Pixel Fold: it will come in two colors, carbon and porcelain and the price will be 1700 euros.

via Smartprix

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