Google Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro Pricing
In a recent leak, the prices and comparative specifications of Google’s upcoming Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro have surfaced online. The leaked document, bearing the “Pixel for Business” header, reveals some intriguing details about these highly anticipated smartphones.
The standard version of the Pixel 8 is set to start at $699, marking a $100 increase compared to its predecessor. On the other hand, the Pixel 8 Pro will maintain its price point from the previous generation, starting at $899. This marks the third consecutive year that Google’s flagship model has managed to keep its pricing unchanged.
The design and appearance of both models were recently showcased in a promotional video, leaving little to the imagination. Google seems to have some exciting design elements in store for us.
One of the main upgrades in the Google Pixel 8 series is the processor. It has transitioned from the Tensor G2 to the Tensor G3, promising improved performance and capabilities.
Another notable improvement is in the display technology. The Pixel 8 now supports a flexible 60-120Hz adjustable refresh rate, a step up from the previous 90Hz. Meanwhile, the Pixel 8 Pro offers an even more impressive 1-120Hz adaptive variable refresh rate, ensuring smoother visuals across a range of applications and scenarios.