After the Pixel 8 Pro renders emerged earlier today we now have our first look at the regular Pixel 8 thanks to a new batch of CAD-based renders. At first glance, the images show little change to the overall design of the Pixel 7 but the phone will actually arrive with altered dimensions compared to its predecessor.
Pixel 8 is said to come in at 150.5 x 70.8 x 8.9mm – which is 5mm shorter and 2.4mm narrower than Pixel 7. The upcoming Pixel phone is said to feature a 5.8-inch display compared to the 6.3-inch diagonal on the Pixel 7. The renders also show out noticeably slimmer bezels around the screen on the Pixel 8 as well as the same centered punch hole cutout.
Elsewhere, the phone boasts dual rear cameras housed in the signature visor. The phone appears to have an aluminum frame again with the volume and power buttons on the right-hand side while the USB-C port is on the bottom next to the speaker cutout. Based on rumors, the phone should be equipped with Google’s Tensor G3 chipset just like the Pixel 8 Pro.
Google Pixel 8 series is expected to be announced at Google I/O 2023 which kicks off on May 10.
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