Price hike likely for Google Pixel 8, suggests notorious leaker

Google has recently launched two new Pixel devices: The Google Pixel Fold – marking the company’s debut in foldable smartphones, and the Google Pixel 7a, a premium mid-range smartphone that is part of the Pixel 7 series. However, Google surprised many by launching the Pixel 7a at an increased price tag of $499. While a $50 hike might be acceptable to some, it raises questions about what we can expect from the pricing of the upcoming Google Pixel 8 series. Indian website, Smartprix, has already shared major leaks regarding Google Pixel 8, including unofficial renders. Now tipster Yogesh Brar provides us with another piece of this puzzle – speculations on Google Pixel 8’s price. Google Pixel 8’s speculated price hike  Source: OnLeaks Renowned leaker Yogesh Brar recently tweeted about potential pricing for the Google Pixel 8. According to his information, we can expect a price tag of either $649 or $999 for the standard variant. This contrasts with last year’s Google Pixel 7, which was launched at a $599 price tag. Therefore, we might see at least a $50 price increase. While this wouldn’t be completely unexpected, given recent trends, it could still disappoint some fans. Tech giants like Samsung and Apple have both increased prices for their top-end smartphones but chose not to pass this global inflation onto US customers. Even Google raised the price of its budget smartphone – The Google Pixel 7a now costs $50 more than its predecessor, Google Pixel 6a. Google Pixel 8 expected specs  Brar also shared potential specs for the…Price hike likely for Google Pixel 8, suggests notorious leaker

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