Google Pixel 8 Review

Google Pixel 8 Review

The smartest phone of 2023, well, then here is the Google Pixel 8 review. The greatest smartphone of all time is not what we claim, but by the end of this article, you sure are going to say this.

Google Pixel 8 has more value than other smartphones. It has set fire all over the internet since its launch on October 12th as it has some exciting AI features, and high-resolution camera, etc. Moreover, it does not have to change its appearance and looks exactly similar to the Pixel 7 Pro.

The Design and Features of Google Pixel 8:

The Google Pixel 8 review goes here: Pixel 8 does look like its old models; however, it is a few millimeters smaller in width and height than the Pixel 7. Also, had added a little thickness to it. The Pixel 8 has a 6.2-inch OLED large display screen. The Google Pixel 8 is available in four different and beautiful colors: Hazel, Obsidian, and Rose. Its older famous sibling, the Pixel 8 Pro, also comes in four exquisite colors, including Porcelain, Obsidian, and Bay Blue. Pixel 8 colors: Hazel.

Color Vibrancy has taken a break in 2023, whether you start with the iPhone’s limited saturation or all the lost life Google used to put into its color scheme Pixel. A lot of AI features come in really handy for advanced-level users.

Another big launch of its sibling phone, the Google Pixel 8 Pro, both these phones have taken all over the internet. Making it difficult for Google Pixel users to make up their minds. Whether they should buy the Google Pixel 8 or Google Pixel 8 Pro.

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Google Pixel 8 VS Google Pixel 8 Pro

Google Pixel 8 VS Google Pixel 8 Pro

Well, here we have mentioned below and shown a comparison between the Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro. To help you decide what works best for you and your budget and needs.

          Features       Google Pixel 8   Google Pixel 8 Pro
Display   6.2-inch OLED      6.7-inch OLED
Processor  Google Tensor 3  Google Tensor 3
Resolution  1080 x 2340 pixels  1440 x 3200 pixels
Battery  4000mAh  5000mAh
Refresh Rate  90Hz  120Hz
RAM  8GB  12 GB
Storage Options  128GB, 256GB  128GB, 256GB
Front Camera  10.5MP  10.5MP
Rear Camera  50MP, 12MP  50MP, 48MP, 48MP
Special FeaturesLive Translate, Night Sight, Magic EraserLive Translate, Night Sight, Magic Eraser, Magic Editor, Advanced Video Capabilities
Operating System  Android13  Android13
Connectivity  5G, Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth 5.2  5G, Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth 5.2
Headphone Jack  YES  YES
DurabilityWater and Dust-resistant Gorilla GlassWater and Dust Resistant Gorilla Glass
Pricing  Starting at £699  Starting at £999

The Camera of Google Pixel 8:

The Google Pixel Phones have always been known for their prominent feature high pixel camera system. And the 8 series is no exception when it comes to camera. While there’s no change in the rear camera, which isn’t bad because the 50MP f/1.9, 1/1.31″ shooter takes some excellent shots.

However, the ultrawide snapper is something new. It’s still the same 12MP and is not the 8 Pro’s ultrawide level, but it now supports autofocus, enabling sharper overall photos and macro-level photography. Furthermore, the lens offers a wider field of view.

Final Words

Well, with the comparison above, we can see that they do not have a lot of differences. Except for pricing, Google Pixel 8 Pro is $300 more expensive than the Google Pixel 8. Enough differences in features and designs have been mentioned in this article that would convince you to make up your mind whether to buy the Google Pixel 8 or Google Pixel 8 Pro.

Furthermore, Pixel 8 has almost similar features to its previous models, though it still stands out in the Android Competition. So, there is no point in spending some more hundred dollars on almost the same phone with similar core features.

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