Updated: Apr 21
Famous display industry researcher Ross Young recently revealed the precise display dimensions of the Pixel 8 and its larger sister, the Pixel 8 Pro. There are no surprises in the bigger pixel's display size. According to reports, the high-end Google pixel would have a 6.7" screen. The normal variant will, however, be somewhat smaller than its predecessor and will reportedly have a 6.16" screen (down from the Pixel 7's 6.32"). Young adds that panel manufacture will begin the following month.
It should be noted that the basic Pixel 8's display has generated a lot of debate. The first assumption of the device was that it would have a very small structure when the first photographs of it surfaced online
In fact, the leak's initial source, @OnLeaks, claimed that the Pixel 8 will feature a smaller screen than the Pixel 7a, measuring 5.8". Later, he revised his prediction and stated that the screen will be closer to 6.2 inches in size.
We now appear to have a precise number. Along with a new Tensor G3 processor, the Pixel 8 will also have 8GB of RAM for the regular model and 12GB of RAM for the Pro model. To learn more about the Tensor G3 chip's potential specifications, click here(video). Additionally, the Pixel 8 series will have staggered HDR technology, according toTipster Kuba Wojciechowski.
This technology is not supported by the Isocell GN1 primary camera found in the Pixel 6 and Pixel 7 families, but it is supported by the more modern Isocell GN2 sensor. So it appears that the main sensor may be upgraded.
According to 9to5 Google, their team discovered a new feature in the code that might be available on the Pixel 8 Pro.
The Pixel 8 Pro will allegedly be able to combine images taken by several cameras in an effort to produce a Night Mode (Night Sight) shot that is more detailed thanks to this supposed function. This indicates that the powerful chip within will be hard at work positioning the proper pictures on the proper areas to deliver an image that may be noticeably higher resolution.
Fans of Pixel will be familiar with this idea. After all, the Pixel 7 Pro is able to do a similar function. The current top-tier Google phone can take images using both its primary and telephoto cameras, then combine them to improve the detail in the image's centre.
Since most phones often struggle in low light so it seems logical to incorporate this technology into the Pixel 8 Pro's Night Mode.
Prices for the past two generations of Pixels remained constant at $599 for the basic model and $899 for the Pro model. These are excellent prices when you look at the competition . While the Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro are most likely to go on sale in Q4 2023, a peek at Google I/O next month is not entirely out of the question.