Google Pixel 8 And 8 Pro Renders, It May Launch With eSIM Models Only In Some Regions:
The Google Pixel 8, the follow-up to the Google Pixel 7, is about to go on sale. The Pixel 8 is expected to go on sale in late October 2023, according to numerous leaks. As the launch date approaches, a fresh leak featuring renders of the Google Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro has appeared online.
According to rumors, the device will have a 64MP IMX787 ultra-wide-angle lens in addition to a 50MP rear camera. The phone is rumored to be powered by a Tensor G3 chip, a Google-designed chip, inside. It will have a 6.7-inch OLED display with a resolution of 2992 x 1344 pixels. Last but not least, the device is rumored to have two storage options: 128GB and 256GB.
According to our previous reports, the Pixel 8 will debut a brand-new, exciting feature called “Audio Magic Eraser.” You can eliminate unwanted background noise from your videos using this convenient feature. It will be the first time a smartphone can do this.
Mishaal Rahman observed that the device’s SIM tray was absent in the renders released by OnLeaks. Rahman points out that the Pixel 6 and Pixel 7 both featured SIM card slots on the left side of the device in earlier renders released by OnLeaks. This suggests that the device might only support eSIM, at least in some areas. For those who are not aware, the iPhone is the main eSIM-capable device available in the US market. Rahman advises us to take this information lightly because the renders might be missing some important information.
Interestingly, we discovered the SIM tray to be visible on the left side of the device in another post by Za_Raczke.