The Google Pixel 8 Pro has leaked today in CAD-based renders, and it's keeping the same design language as its predecessor, by the looks of it. It's quite early for these renders as the phone should only be released in October, but Google might tease it on May 10 during its I/O developer conference, just as it did last year with the Pixel 7 series.
The Pixel 8 Pro has more rounded corners compared to last year's Pixel 7 Pro, with a less boxy overall appearance. The camera island is different too, even if it's still instantly recognizable as belonging to a Pixel. This time around, it looks like Google chose to house all three cameras in the same oval 'opening' in the metal. There's also a new sensor underneath the flash, though at the moment it's unclear what this could be.
The Pixel 8 Pro measures 162.6 x 76.5 x 8.7 mm, and it's around 12 mm thick at the camera bump. The display is said to be around 6.52", smaller than the Pixel 7 Pro's, but this adjustment has to do with creating more rounded corners apparently. We can also unsurprisingly see the power and volume buttons on the right, the USB-C port and speaker on the bottom, while the SIM tray is on the left side.
The phone is expected to be powered by the upcoming Google Tensor G3 SoC, which is rumored to be based on the unannounced Samsung Exynos 2300, that uses Samsung's 3nm fabrication process. This could end up improving both performance and efficiency compared to the 5nm-fabbed Tensor G2.
Moving towards sooner releases, Google's Pixel 7a mid-ranger leaked not once, but twice in the past two days, and now a new report from a usually reliable source claims this device will be released in June. Also in June, the Pixel Fold will hit stores, according to the same source.
The Fold will be offered in two color versions: Carbon and Porcelain. Think of them as dark gray or black and white or off-white, respectively. The device will only be available with 256GB of storage. Pricing has so far been said to come at around €1,700.
On the other hand, the Pixel 7a is rumored to be offered with 128GB of storage in Arctic Blue, Carbon, and Cotton hues, with a possible Jade coming too. Think of these as blue (obviously), black/gray, white, and green-ish, respectively. Pricing is expected to be around €500 in the EU. Both the Pixel Fold and the Pixel 7a are allegedly going to be announced at Google's I/O developer conference.
Pixel 7 pro curved display is more better for me than the pixel 8 pro flat display. If it would be pixel 8 pro in curve display then it will be more efficiently.
This thing looks uglier than ever with those thick uneven bezels and dull, boring flat display. But I'm interested in that temparature sensor. I'll stick to P7 Pro.