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pixel 7a, Famous leaker Steve Hemmerstoffer (or OnLeaks) Share a clear press image expected flagship Google Pixel 8 ProLeaks show Google’s next flagship and changes from previous flagships pixel 7 proalluding to Google I/O 2023 Continuing from last year, the showcase.
A leak shows a sleek-looking device
pixel 7,therefore Pixel 6The iconic camera bar is still there, but it’s been tweaked once more so that all three cameras are within the same cutout instead of being slightly separated. Along with the main, ultra-wide and telephoto lenses, a new sensor is here. It’s not just an ultra-wide angle, it hints at support for macro photography with a dedicated sensor.
Aside from the camera, the leaked Pixel 8 looks very similar to the 7. This is the Google Pixel of the 2020s. If you’ve seen one, you’ve seen them all.
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With the Pixel 8 Pro, Google is reportedly planning to revamp many of the elements that make up Pro Pixel phones. It could be a 6.5-inch panel instead of the larger 6.7-inch display.There’s plenty of room to rival a big screen, but it’s not so big that many people would have a hard time holding up.
iPhone 14 Pro Max, Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultraand countless Android smartphones come standard with a 6.7-inch display. best smartphone You can buy it. If Google bucks this trend, it could hunt down a segment of the market that covets high-end phones that aren’t absolutely big and heavy to wrap fingers around without breaking.
More interesting is the claim about the Google Tensor 3 chipset. It is expected to be built on his 3nm process, which is an upgrade from his 5nm die that Google used in both Pixel 6 and 7. Both the Pixel 6 and 7 were powerful phones, but plagued by reports of heat, battery drain and lag. Now that Google is ready to focus on Pixel’s efficiency, it may be relegated to the realm of the past.
There are conflicting reports on whether the Tensor 3 will feature 3nm or 4nm processors, so it’s worth taking a look at the silicon details with a grain of salt. For context, previous Pixel rumors claimed Google would move away from the 5nm node last year. It didn’t come true. At the same time, it makes a lot of sense for Google to leapfrog rather than hold back.Then also it