Google Pixel 8 Pro Surfaced Online with Thermometer sensor to measure body and object temperature, and Pixel 8 and 8 Pro Key specs

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Google Pixel 8 Pro Thermometer sensor leak

Google is testing its upcoming flagship smartphones in the new 8 series the Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro, which key specs surfaced back in March. Now, the Google Pixel 8 Pro will include a built-in thermometer, according to recent leaks. The design of the Pixel 8 Pro will be similar to the Pixel 7 Pro, but there will be a slight change in the design. The Pixel 8 Pro is said to feature a camera bar that houses all the cameras along with the thermometer sensor, Instead of the three separate cameras in the previous model.

This dedicated thermometer sensor will be able to measure the temperature of both humans and objects. However, it may be exclusive to the Pixel 8 Pro and not available on the more affordable Pixel 8 model. Google employees are already testing the new Pixel 8 Pro, according to the report.

Google Pixel 8 4 leak

According to earlier rumors, The Pixel 8 is said to feature a 6.2-inch flat screen with a center punch-hole, compared to a 6.32-inch screen in the predecessor, and the dimensions are 150.5 x 70.8 x 8.9~12mm (with camera bump) that makes it more compact. It has minimal bezels and retains the metal side frame and dual rear cameras on the camera bar.

Google Pixel 8 Pro 1 leak

The Pixel 8 Pro is said to feature a 6.7-inch screen, the same as the predecessor, and the dimensions are 162.6×76.5×8.7~12mm (with a camera bump) that makes it slightly smaller and sleeker than the Pixel 7 Pro. It also has minimal bezels. It may also feature a 50 MP Samsung camera on the both rear and a front-facing camera in a punch hole on the display.

The Pixel 8 series phones are expected to be run on next-gen Google Tensor G3 processor based on 3rd Gen 4nm Samsung process tech. We should know more details and the full specifications of the phones in the coming days. The Pixel 8 series is expected to launch sometime in October Globally.

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