Interestingly, the base model of the Pixel 8 will be more expensive than its predecessor, while the price of the Pixel 8 Pro will remain the same as the previous generation Pixel 7 Pro.
Pixel 8 will be available in three color options. The smartphone will be equipped with a screen with a refresh rate of 60 Hz and 120 Hz instead of the 90 Hz screen of the previous generation.
The basis of the new product will be the proprietary Google Tensor G3 processor, complemented by 8 GB of RAM. The 50 MP main camera will be complemented by a 12 MP ultra-wide sensor and macro focus support.
The front camera has a resolution of 10.5 megapixels. The new product’s price will start at $699, which is $100 more than the Pixel 7’s starting price.
The distinguishing feature of Pixel 8 Pro will be 12 GB RAM. The processor is the same as the base model Tensor G3. The display will support frequencies from 1Hz to 120Hz.
The 12-megapixel ultra-wide sensor will be replaced by a 48-megapixel sensor. A telephoto lens with 48 megapixel resolution and 5x optical zoom will also be added. The front camera will also have a resolution of 10.5 megapixels.
Let us also remind you that the official presentation of the Pixel 8 series is planned for October 4.
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