Google has announced the official launch date of its next-generation flagship smartphones – the Pixel 8 series. The Pixel 9 series will succeed the Pixel 7 series when it launches in October 2022, with a base and a Pro model. The company recently leaked the design of the upcoming Pro model. The past few weeks have been filled with rumors about the phone’s key specs and other details. Now, shortly after Apple announced the launch date for the iPhone 15 series, the Mountain View, California-based tech giant has confirmed the launch date for the Pixel 8 series.
in video ads release Via the X (formerly Twitter) account of Made by Google (@madebygoogle), the company confirmed that the Pixel 8 series will launch on October 4th. The series is expected to feature Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro base models.The company will It is said The event takes place in New York and starts at 10 a.m. local time.
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Just a day ago, Apple announced that the iPhone 15 series will be unveiled at an event called “Wonderlust” on September 12 at Apple Park in Cupertino, California. The event will also be live-streamed on apple.com and the Apple TV app starting at 10 a.m. local time.
In the recently leaked Pixel 8 Pro design, the smartphone comes in a porcelain white colorway, and while it looks similar to the Pixel 7 Pro before it, the triple rear camera system appears to be housed in a single pill-shaped unit on the camera island. .
The rumored teaser video also suggests that the Pixel 8 series phones may come with an “Audio Magic Eraser” feature. The tagline for the video is “The only phone with an Audio Magic Eraser,” alongside the existing Pixel tagline — “The only phone designed by Google.” The feature is said to allow users to remove unwanted audio from video clips.
The Pixel 8 series is also expected to feature an AI camera, and Google’s camera app is also reportedly getting a new UI. However, these are just speculations and have not been confirmed by the company.