October is traditionally the month in which Google makes the announcement of its newest flagship Pixel phones. It is anticipated that Google will unveil the Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro in the month of October once again this year. Steve Hemmerstoffer, a well-known tipster, has collaborated with SmartPrix to release CAD renders of the Pixel 8 Pro well in advance of when Google is slated to introduce the device. Without further ado, let’s take a look at the newest edition of Google’s flagship Pixel smartphone.
Design and display
The renderings for the Pixel 8 Pro show that it will not have a boxy form as its predecessors did, as these renders show. One can notice that the corners of the handheld device are rounded. The three cameras are contained within an oval-shaped module that is housed within a raised camera bar that is located on the back panel of the device. To the right of the camera bar is where you’ll find an LED flash as well as an unidentified new sensor. The emblem of the corporation may be found on the back of the shell, roughly in the middle.
A flat display of 6.52 inches can be seen on the front side of the phone. The top, left, and right edges of the display have thin bezels. The smartphone has a bottom bezel that is a little on the thick side. The item appears to have a microphone located along the upper edge of the top edge, while the opposite end of the device has a USB-C port located between a pair of speaker grilles.
The Pixel 8 Pro’s tray for SIM cards is located on the left edge of the device, while the right edge of the device houses the power button and the volume rocker. The information obtained from the breach indicates that the device has dimensions of 162.6 mm, 76.7 mm, and 8.7 mm. The device is 12 millimeters thick all the way through the hump that houses the camera.
It is very likely that the next-generation Google Tensor G3 processor will be included in both phones. It has been believed that the Pixel 8 series would come packed with staggered HDR technology that will allow the device to capture scenes with both short and long exposures at the same time. It’s possible that the Pro model will have an ultrasonic fingerprint scanner built right into the display.