Google has introduced the Pixel 8 Pro and Pixel 8 Pro in two color options: porcelain and Bay. The phone comes in a Hazel’s skew design and comes in a USB type A to type-c adapter, USB type-c to typc cable, leaflets, ejector tool, no charger, and no case. The cameras are the same as the Pixel 8 and the Pixel 8 Pro, with an upgraded 50 megap sensor and f1.7 lens. The primary sensor has a 12 megapixel shooter, while the second has a 48 megapixel sensor, improving ultra wide performance and macro shots. The third sensor has an optically stabilized f2.8 lens, allowing for clean zoomed-in shots. The Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro can shoot at up to 4K 60, with video quality being pretty good. The front camera now has a 10.5 megapixel sensor with a f2.2 lens, and the camera has a temperature sensor exclusive to the Pro model.
Google’s Pixel 8 and 8 Pro now meet the highest Android biometric class requirements, allowing users to use Face Unlock for banking applications. The combination of the new tensor G3 chips, Titan M2 security chip, and a mix of AI and machine learning has made Face Unlock as fast as regular Face Unlock. The Magic Eraser, which allows users to remove people and objects from the background of images, has been improved in 2023. The phone also offers audio Magic Eraser, which can identify and remove background noise, voice recognition, and transcription. Video boost, not yet available, is expected to improve footage. Assistant with B, an AI-related feature, is expected to make communicating with Google Assistant easier and expand its scope. The 4 nanometer Nuna cor tensor G3 chip is paired with 8 gigs of RAM and 128 or 256 gigs of storage on the Pixel 8 and 12 gigs of RAM and 128 256,512, or even a terabyte of storage on the Pixel 8 Pro.
Google has released the Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro, which are Android 14 devices with a snappy and responsive user experience. The phones are expected to receive the Android 21 update in 2030, which is a significant selling point for Google. Initially, the Pixel 8 and 8 Pro look and feel similar to their predecessors, with the same IP68 rating. However, there are some changes, such as a thinner, shorter, and slightly thicker Pixel 8 and a matte aluminum frame with Gorilla Glass Vistors to the front and back. The Pixel 8 Pro has a glossy Gorilla Glass Vic T 2 coating, while the Pixel 8 Pro has a matte finish. Both phones have slightly improved battery capacities and charging speeds, but charging times remain the same. The Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro have a 6.2-inch OLED panel with a 120 HZ refresh rate and a higher brightness peak of 2,000 nits. Prices for both phones have been hiked by 10 to 15% globally, with the prices being okay in India.