Google usually releases Pixel smartphones around October. Although the launch date is still a long way off, rumors about the latest Google Pixel phone are starting to talk a lot. Now, the Pixel 8 Pro screen images are circulating with a screen size said to be smaller than the Pixel 7 Pro.
Renders shared by SmartPrix and OnLeaks show that the Pixel 8 Pro no longer has a box design. This mobile phone seems to have rounded sides, which certainly makes it easy to hold, unlike its predecessor Pixel 7 Series.
Meanwhile, the rear panel features a camera bar design similar to the previous generation. The camera setup is somewhat different, with three cameras housed in a black oval module and next to it is an LED flash and another unknown sensor.
The display is said to be 6.52 inches, which is smaller than the 6.7 inches of the Pixel 7 Pro. In addition to being smaller, the Pixel 8 Pro’s display is also flat in width compared to the curved display on its predecessor.
Another detail, there’s a speaker grill at the top edge of the display, with a punch-hole selfie camera below. Then, on the bottom, there’s a USB-C port flanked by two grills, presumably for the speaker and microphone. The power and volume buttons are on the right side, while the SIM tray is on the left side.
The Pixel 8 and 8 Pro are known to be codenamed Shiba and Husky respectively. Both are believed to carry the Tensor G3 chipset. However, it should be noted that this information is only a rumor, including the display of images that are circulating, and is also not official from Google.