Google is working on its upcoming flagship smartphones in the Pixel 8 series the Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro. Now, the most important specs of the Pixel 8 Pro have surfaced online such as the chipset, screen resolution, camera, battery capacity, and more, after the details about display and camera specs.
According to reports, the higher-end slab-style flagship device from Google in 2023 is expected to feature a 6.7-inch QHD+ 120 Hz LTPO OLED display. It will be powered by the Google Tensor G3 SoC, which includes a dedicated Titan security chip, along with 12GB of RAM. The device is likely to offer storage options of either 128GB or 256GB. Furthermore, it will be equipped with a 4,950 mAh battery that supports 27W wired charging.
Upon its release, the device will naturally operate on Android 14, and it will feature an ultrasonic in-display fingerprint scanner. Additionally, a notable addition to the device is an infrared temperature sensor, which, although it may have gained significant attention during the peak of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, could now be seen as a unique feature.
The rear camera setup of the device comprises three sensors: a 50 MP main camera with OIS, a 64 MP ultrawide camera, and a 48 MP telephoto camera. As for capturing selfies, an alleged 11 MP front-facing camera is expected to handle that task. Previous rumors have suggested that the main sensor could be Samsung's ISOCELL GN2, the telephoto sensor could be the ISOCELL GM5 and the ultrawide sensor could be Sony's IMX787. Additionally, a new time-of-flight (ToF) sensor is anticipated to assist with focusing capabilities.
If you find these specifications to be remarkably similar to those of last year's Pixel 7 Pro, you're not alone. It appears that the upcoming iteration will be more of an evolutionary upgrade rather than a revolutionary one.