Google Pixel 8 preview: specs, price and release date rumours

Google Pixel 8 Overview

The Pixel 8 is expected sometime around late autumn next year, and even though the leaks and rumors are a bit scarce at the moment, we do suspect a thing or two about Google’s next flagship series. In this article, we’re going to arrange everything we know about the Pixel 8 neatly and methodically, so you’re prepared for the next big thing in the Pixel universe.

We love the Pixel 7’s screen for its flat glass (which cuts down on distracting reflections), Full HD resolution (which doesn’t tax the GPU too heavily when playing games) and OLED tech (which delivers wonderfully impactful images with near-infinite contrast). What we don’t love is its 90Hz refresh rate. If you want the full 120Hz, you’ve got to step up to the Pixel 8 Pro.

Google Pixel 8 Compact 5G Key Features & Specifications:

  • Status: Rumored. Not Available in the Local Mobile Market.
  • Network Technology: GSM / CDMA / HSPA / LTE / 5G.
  • SIM: Dual Nano-SIM.
  • Display: 6.9” Inches OLED, which is protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 7.
  • Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon 898 5G.
  • Operating System: Android 12
  • Memory: 12/16 GB RAM and 256/512 GB ROM.
  • Camera: Quad 108 MP + 32 MP + 16 MP + 5 MP Rear Cameras and a 64 MP Front Camera.
  • Battery: Li-Polymer 7600 mAh Non-removable.
  • Sensor: Fingerprint, Face ID, accelerometer, gyro, proximity, compass, barometer.
  • Fast battery charging (45W Quick Charger)

Google Pixel 8 release date

The Pixel 8 lineup’s release date is still in the realm of fantasies, or should we say “careful extrapolation” at the moment. It’s still too early, but Google has its strange way of teasing Pixel phones, so we might get a teaser during the annual I/O conference in May 2023. That being said, let’s look at the announcements over the years and try to analyze what’s going on and what to expect.


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