Pixel 8 series brings improvements to its cameras and display

Google made the Google Pixel 8 and 8 Pro official today. The $699 Pixel 8 and $999 Pixel 8 Pro are powered by the new Tensor G3 SoC and bring updated cameras and displays. What’s not changed much is the design, which keeps the camera bar and rounded edges of the Pixel 7 range. That’s fine, although you’ll want a case so it sits on the table better. The Pixel 8 comes in Obsidian (black), Hazel, and Rose. The Pixel 8 Pro comes in Obsidian, Porcelain (white), and Bay (light blue). Here’s what’s new on both phones. The Pixel 8 series gets some big improvements Image: KnowTechie We’ll get to what’s different between the two phones in a minute, but they both have a common core of Pixel features. The first thing is that both are powered by the Tensor G3 SoC. The most powerful Pixel chip ever brings Google AI to help you get through your day easier. That includes detecting and filtering out scam calls and improving video and audio quality. Both phones come with a seven-year commitment to OS, security, and Pixel Feature Drop updates, the most extended support promise of any Android phone. They’re also both rated for IP68 dust and waterproofness, have a fingerprint-resistant coating, and use Gorilla Glass Victus 2 on the front and back for scratch resistance. The charging port is USB-C 3.2, but without knowing if it’s Gen 1, Gen 2, or Gen 2×2 at least you know it’ll be 5Gbps at…Pixel 8 series brings improvements to its cameras and display

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