This is the Pixel 8: The compact smartphone we are waiting for!

Pixel 8

Google’s Pixel 8 renderings, which the leaker OnLeaks skillfully passed to the tech news website, MySmartPrice, could not be missed after the renderings of the Pixel 8 Pro, which appeared in the previous few hours.

The formal release of these smartphones is anticipated for the end of the year, but it’s possible that some brief sneak peeks may be provided during the Google I/O conference on May 10 at Mountain View’s famed Shoreline Amphitheater. This may also be the ideal time for Google to reveal the Pixel 7a, about which we already know a lot.

The Pixel 8 will be smaller than its predecessor

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The Pixel 8 should feature a design with lines that are more softer and more sinuous than the present Pixel 7, as well as shown by the drawings of the Pixel 8 Pro. Particularly on the rear, it appears like the glass has a little edge curve that embraces the metal contours. Apple could use a similar design on its next iPhone 15.

The now famous photographic chamber built inside a metal band that protrudes slightly from the rest of the body stays in its place. The Pixel 8 will include just two camera sensors built into an oval glass. Unlike the Pro model and the Pixel 7. A microphone and LED flash takes place next to it.

But, one of the most intriguing features has to do with the proportions, both the display and the overall ones. The Pixel 8 will be smaller than the previous gen in terms of size (150.5 x 70.8 x 8.9 mm). And it will have a 5.8-inch diagonal display, according to the leaker who created these renderings.

In addition to these representations, there is also information related to the hardware features. The Pixel 8 (codenamed Husky) should have the same specs as the Pro variant. Including a Tensor G3 CPU, a FHD+ screen with a resolution of 2268 x 1080 pixels. And a new camera sensor, most likely Samsung’s ISOCELL GN2.

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