The leaks just keep coming – this past week alone we’ve managed to see images of the Google Pixel 7a, Pixel 8 Pro, and more recently, the Pixel 8. The renders show off how the Pixel 8 could end up looking, which incorporates many familiar design elements from its predecessors.
The renders were released by the folks over at My Smart Price, in collaboration with noted tech informant @OnLeaks from Twitter. The Pixel 8 features a more rounded design in contrast to the Pixel 6 and 7 series’ rectangular look. It does however retain display with a hole punch camera, which OnLeaks says will measure around 6.2 inches.
The renders also retain the signature Pixel camera bar design, although the one seen here on the Pixel 8 sports a similar glossy finish, instead of the matte metal railing on the Pixel 7. The main camera also maintains a dual-lens set-up, and is surrounded by a glossy rear panel.
As mentioned earlier, this isn’t the only Pixel design leak out right now, as hands-on photos of the Pixel 7a were spotted online a few days ago. With Google I/O set to take place in May, it should only be a matter of time before Google “officially” unveils the new Pixel smartphones.
Source: My Smart Price
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