Google Pixel 8 renders leaks and leaves nothing to the imagination

Leaks have been plentiful over the past day as we’ve seen renders and details for the Pixel 8 Pro and Pixel Fold. Now it looks like we’re getting our first look at the Pixel 8, which doesn’t look that different from the previous model, but there are some changes.

From what we can see from the renders, the Pixel 8 looks mostly identical to the previous year’s model. Now, if you were a fan of the design, you probably won’t be disappointed. The back has the iconic camera bar making an appearance and the overall design of the phone looks a bit more rounded on the edges.

Now, thanks to these rounded corners, it looks like the overall dimensions will be slightly smaller than the previous model, coming in at 150.5mm x 70.8mm x 8.9mm. As for screen size, we can expect a 6.2-inch screen, which is just a touch smaller than the current Pixel 7. While we won’t get a significant change with the upcoming model visually, there’s a chance it could feel right different in the hand, which is more important.

Pixel 8 in white

While it’s good to be able to see the hardware early, Google’s strong suit for its smartphones has always been its software. So it will be more interesting to see what types of software innovations will emerge when the handsets are officially announced sometime this year.

As for when they might appear, there’s always a good chance we’ll get our first glimpse in May, when Google holds its annual I/O developer conference. In addition to the new Pixel 8 lineup, rumors also suggest that we’ll also get our first official look at the Pixel 7a and Pixel Fold at the event.

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