As information regarding Google’s upcoming Pixel 8 series leaks, anticipation is growing. With a temperature sensor, a potent processor, and a redesigned design, the Pixel 8 Pro will outperform its predecessor.
Upgrades to the camera system will also include a 64MP telephoto lens and a new primary sensor. The ultrawide lens present in the Pixel 8 Pro model is absent from the basic model.
Google’s Pixel 8 Pro
The cameras in the Pixel 8 series will be excellent. The primary sensor in both models is the Samsung ISOCELL GN2, which has a 35% increase in light sensitivity over the previous model. This translates to higher shutter speeds with less blur and clearer low-light shots. Additionally, the sensor can capture 8K/30fps video.
Better ultrawide sensors, likely a 64MP Sony IMX787, will be used in the Pixel 8 Pro. The ultrawide photography will benefit from the bigger sensor. The Sony IMX386 sensor will remain in the base Pixel 8, however, it will have a superior 0.55x zoom ratio than the Pixel 7’s 0.67x.
- Google‘s Pixel 8 Pro leaks reveal temperature sensor, powerful processor.
- Pixel 8 series cameras feature Samsung ISOCELL GN2, improved light sensitivity, 8K video capture.
- Pixel 8 series features advanced photography, and awaits further developments.
The Pixel 8 Pro is a fierce rival thanks to these camera improvements. Additionally, the redesigned primary sensor eliminates blur and enhances low-light performance. The enhanced ultrawide sensor in the Pro model provides more flexibility. The Pixel 8 standard makes up for it with a better zoom ratio.
The Pixel 8 series, which offers cutting-edge features and top-notch photography, is eagerly awaited. Watch this space for additional developments.