Google introduced the Magic Eraser feature on the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro as early as 2021. This machine learning and artificial intelligence-based photo editing feature for removing unwanted objects in photos is now more widely used. The California-based company may add similar video capabilities to the upcoming Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro. A purported promotional video hints at the existence of an “Audio Magic Eraser” on the Pixel 8 series. The leak also suggests that there will be a blue color option for the regular Pixel 8.

X (ex-Twitter) user EZ (@EZ8622647227573) posted a so-called promotional video for the Pixel 8 series. The 14-second video showcases the new “Audio Magic Eraser” feature in the upcoming Pixel smartphone. The video shows skateboarders using a new feature to remove unwanted noise from video clips. The Audio Magic Eraser button appears in the Google Photos controls.

The promo video’s tagline is “the only phone with an Audio Magic Eraser” in conjunction with Google’s existing line of Pixel phones — the only ones designed by Google. At the end of the clip, the Pixel 8 is also shown in shades of blue.

Google released Magic Eraser in the Pixel 6 series of smartphones as early as 2021. This feature is designed to remove unwanted background elements from photos in a few clicks. The company rolled out the feature to more non-Tensor-powered smartphones last year.

The Pixel 8 series is said to be officially available in October this year. Both smartphones are expected to run Android 14 and feature 120Hz refresh rate displays. They are expected to be powered by the Tensor G3 SoC, which will serve as an upgrade to the Tensor G2 SoC used in the Pixel 7 series and Pixel Fold.

These smartphones may debut in 128GB and 256GB storage options. The Pixel 8 Pro is expected to pack a 4,950mAh battery with support for 27W wired fast charging. On the other hand, the Pixel 8 is said to pack a 4,485mAh battery that supports 24W wired charging and 12W wireless charging.


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