Google Pixel 8 Pro is expected to be announced later this fall. Specifics about the upcoming launch have been heavily kept under wraps, although now multiple sources, including Phone Arena, are reporting leaked information citing a tweet posted by Yogesh Brar.
According to Yogesh Brar, the new phone will build off of the success of the Google Pixel 7 Pro released last year.
The Google Pixel 8 Pro will have a 6.7” QHD+ LTPO OLED display with a refresh rate of 120 Hz, whereas the Google Pixel 8 is rumored to have a 6.17” FHD+ OLED display. Brar states the new phones will have a Google Tensor G3+ Titan Chip, will run on Android 14, and host 12 GB of RAM. It will offer either 128 or 256 GB of storage.
He also says the new Google Pixel 8 Pro will come with a temperature sensor and an ultrasonic fingerprint sensor.
As for the camera, Brar expects the Google Pixel 8 Pro to have a 50 MP (OIS) lens alongside a 64 MP Ultra-wide lens and a 48 MP telephoto lens for a triple camera configuration. Selfie cameras are predicted to be 11 MP. The Google Pixel 8 is said to have a dual camera setup with a 50 MP (GN2) OIS paired with a 12 MP Ultra-wide lens.
Brar also made some predictions about batteries, saying the Google Pixel 8 Pro will have a 4,950 mAh battery with 27 W wired charging. The Google Pixel 8 is rumored to have a 4,485 mAh battery with 24 W wired charging.
How much of Yogesh Brar’s tweet is accurate? Google has yet to confirm any details, including verifying the reveal date. Check back with Cord Cutters News around October when the phone is expected to be officially revealed.