Google will launch both its Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro flagship phones in a week, and they will be powered by the Google Tensor G3 processor. Both phones also come equipped with Android 14 out of the box, which is the latest version of Google’s mobile operating system.
In other words, there are strong reasons to consider buying yourself either the Google Pixel 8 or 8 Pro or at least to be eager to put them to the test as soon as they appear on the stores’ shelves. The two gadgets are “the most beautiful phones” Google has ever made, according to the tech giant’s own words. And who are we to contradict them?
Pre-ordering either the Google Pixel 8 or the 8 Pro is already possible, which means that we can’t be surprised if a teardown disassembly repair video review has already surfaced from the guys from PBKreviews.
Let’s suppose you’ve just bought yourself Google’s new flagship phone, either the standard version or the Pro variant. There are situations when you would wish to disassemble such a phone in detail. Believe it or not, there are plenty of people out there who have problems with such a process. We can’t blame them.
The Google Pixel 8 Pro has a 6.7-inch display of 120Hz and 2400 cd/m2 (nit) for peak brightness. The Tensor G3 processor will clearly make a great team with the RAM and storage options for gaming and other advanced tasks. The Pixel 8 Pro comes equipped with 12GB of LPDDR5X RAM and 128GB of storage. The phone’s battery reaches 5050mAh, and it’s definitely always a plus to see a device that’s doing well in this sector, as nobody wants the burden of carrying a charger around each time they leave the house.
Google Pixel 8’s cameras are amazing
Both the Google Pixel 8 and 8 Pro are doing great when it comes to their cameras. The Pro variant has a triple camera setup on the rear, with the main camera capable of reaching 50MP and featuring OIS, Laser, as well as PDAF.
The secondary camera of the Pixel 8 Pro consists of a 48MP Telephoto snapper that also comes equipped with OIS.
As for the cameras of the standard Pixel 8, there’s a dual setup on the rear consisting of a wide and an ultrawide snapper. The wide lens reaches 50MP. The selfie camera, on the other hand, consists of a single ultrawide lens of 10.5MP.
Pre-ordering the Pixel 8 is possible starting at $699, while the starting price of the Pro variant, in case of pre-ordering, is set at $999.