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Google Pixel 8 Series Leaks: What to Expect from the Pixel Display Specs

With the next-generation Tensor G3 processor rumored camera upgrades, and software enhancements, Pixel fans and enthusiasts already highly anticipated the Google Pixel 8 series. The upcoming Pixel 8 lineup’s display specifications have been revealed in some new leaks, so keep reading to learn more!

Display Specs for Google Pixel 8 Series Leaked Online

Android Authority has leaked the display specs of the Pixel 8 Series, which looks to live up to expectations. Reports suggest that both phones will feature smaller displays than their predecessors – the Pixel 8 coming in at 6.17 inches and the Pixel 8 Pro boasting a 6.70-inch display. The Pixel 7 had a 6.31-inch 90Hz OLED flat display in October, while the Pixel 7 Pro had a 6.71-inch 90Hz OLED curved display.

It implies that although the 8 Pro can flip as low as 5 Hz, the standard Google Pixel 8 can switch between 10 Hz and 120 Hz.


Additionally, the display has been upgraded. For instance, the Pixel 8 will be brighter than the Pixel 7 by 1,400 nits, while the Pixel 8 Pro will be brighter by 1,600 nits. compared to the Pixel 7 Pro’s 1,400 nits. HDR is native to the Pixel 8 lineup.

Moreover, according to Android Authority, Google plans to shift production of the Pixel 8 display panel from Samsung to BOE. The Pixel 8 Pro, however, will still come with a Samsung panel.

According to this announcement, Google wants to establish itself as a “premium smartphone manufacturer.” While the Pixel 7 lineup was an indication, the 8 series could well be the confirmation.

Apart from this, we don’t know much about Google’s Pixel 8 lineup. It will have Google’s Tensor G3 chipset, an improved AI system, software-based camera upgrades, battery improvements, and more. We will receive more concrete details soon since the official launch is a few months away.


The leaked display specifications for the rumored Google Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro generate excitement among Pixel fans. With smaller displays, higher brightness levels, and the inclusion of HDR, the Pixel 8 series is expected to offer an improved visual experience. The decision to shift production of the display panel to BOE for the Pixel 8 further indicates Google’s ambition to establish itself as a premium smartphone manufacturer. In the lead-up to the official launch of the Pixel 8 lineup, more details are sure to emerge, giving us a clearer picture of what to expect from Google’s latest flagship devices.

SOURCE: Android Authority

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