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Google Pixel 8 Pro specs leaked

Google has seen a big success with the launch of the pixel 7 Pro and the Pixel 7. And with the upcoming launch of the pixel 8 Pro and pixel 8 Google will do a lot of changes. We have already reported that there are gonna be some massive display upgrades as well as massive camera sensor changes but recently, a leaker actually revealed all the specs of the pixel 8 pro. The forthcoming Google Pixel 8 Pro may boast a 6.7-inch QHD+ LTPO OLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate, according to the tweet. The Pixel 7 Pro lacks the LTPO technology that the upcoming phone may have, while having a 6.7-inch OLED display with the same refresh rate.

Depending on the content on the display, this technology enables the display to change its refresh rate, optimising it between one and 120Hz if it uses LTPO 2.0 technology. The lowest refresh rate possible with LTPO 1.0 technology is 10Hz. An LTPO display will maintain the refresh rate at its lowest when viewing a static image and will transition to the maximum 120Hz when scrolling or gaming. Apart from that, Brar claims that the Pixel 8 Pro will include 12GB RAM and 128/256GB storage choices, which is the same as the top model from the previous year. However, we have also seen a live image leak of the Pixel 8 Pro that reveals the UFS 3.1 128GB variant. However, some rumours claimed that the 256GB model may use UFS 4.0 storage. Up to 4200MBps and 2800MBps, respectively, in sequential read and write speeds are supported by UFS 4.0. While offering sequential read and write speeds of up to 2100MBps and 1200MBps, respectively, UFS 3.1 utilises more energy.

The upcoming Google Pixel 8 Pro is also anticipated to include a Google Tensor G3+Titan processor. The CPU, GPU, and NPU sections of this chip will experience some significant upgrades. The SoC, code-named Zuma, will feature nine cores organised as 1+4+4. This will consist of one Cortex-X3 prime CPU core running at 3.0GHz, four Cortex-A715 performance CPU cores operating at 2.45GHz, and four Cortex-A510 efficiency CPU cores working at 2.15GHz.

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The Mali-G715 GPU from Arm, which powers the Tensor 3, may have 10 cores as compared to the Mali-G710 GPU's 7 in the Tensor 2. As a result, ray tracing may enable gamers to experience more lifelike lighting, reflections, and shadows. With the help of this configuration, the Tensor 3 should be able to match the performance of the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2, although it won't be as powerful as the upcoming Snapdragon 8 Gen 3. Additionally, the forthcoming Google phone undoubtedly has a triple camera setup. The Samsung ISOCELL GN2 50MP camera, which will take the place of the GN1, will enable significant picture sensor improvements in the Pixel 8 Pro. It's said that the upgraded picture sensor lets in 35% more light, which enhances photos shot in dim light. One of the biggest camera sensors on the market is also this one. The Pixel 8 Pro is also expected to use a 64MP Sony IMX787 sensor for its ultra-wide camera. There will be several other camera improvements like 11MP FFC. For more details you can click here.

The Pixel 8 Pro's 4,950mAh battery supports 15W wireless charging and quicker 27W cable fast charging. Google's flagship phone may come pre-installed with Android 14. A fascinating new temperature sensor to assess body temperature and an ultrasonic finger print reader for biometric verification will also be included with the Pixel 8 Pro. Although the debut date is still a mystery, it will undoubtedly occur sometime in October. However, even if the price of the Pixel 8 will increase, we are unsure of the cost of the Pixel 8 Pro. Source: Yogesh Brar (via @heyitsyogesh)


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