Google Pixel 8 Series Renders Leaked; Shows Color Options and Camera Modules

As we know, Google is going to launch its Google Pixel 8 series on October 4th, which will have two phones, Google Pixel 8, and Google Pixel 8 Pro. Some renders of the series have been leaked, revealing the design and colors of these smartphones.

google pixel 8 series renders leak
Image Credit: MySmartPrice

Notable Points:

  • Google Pixel 8 series will be launched on October 4th.
  • Along with this series, Google Pixel Watch 2 and Pixel Buds Pro will also be launched.
  • The design and color options of the Google Pixel 8 series have been revealed.

Next month, on October 4th, we will get to see Google’s Pixel 8 series, Watch 2, and Pixel Buds Pro, and according to a report from MySmartPrice, the official renders of the Google Pixel 8 series are already available. In terms of design, the Google Pixel 8 series will come with a familiar design similar to its predecessor but with more rounded corners. In other words, Google has not made significant changes to the design of the Pixel 8 series, just some minor adjustments. Both phones coming in the Google Pixel 8 series, namely Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro, will be available in three color options.

Google Pixel 8 Design:

This report comes from MySmartPrice, and they have confirmed that the Pixel 8 will be available in Peony Rose, Gray, and Obsidian Black color options, as we can see in the images. The phone will feature a dual rear camera setup located in a visor-shaped camera module, similar to what we have seen in Google’s previous series.

Google Pixel 8 Pro Design:

Speaking of the Pixel 8 Pro, the phone will be available in Sky Blue, Porcelain, and Black Obsidian color options. This phone will also come with a visor-shaped camera module but will have a triple rear camera setup, as shown in the images, and it will also feature an LED flash.

Google’s cameras are known to stand out. So, this time as well, users can expect Google to implement the cameras in this series even better. In terms of specifications, we can expect to see Google’s own Tensor G3 chipset in this series, which will come with a 9-core CPU layout.

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