Google Pixel 8 Unveiling: Following the recent announcement of the launch date for the forthcoming Pixel 8 series smartphones, tech giant Google, based in the United States, turned to the micro-blogging platform X (formerly known as Twitter) to reveal the design of the next-generation Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro smartphones, as well as offer a glimpse of the highly anticipated Pixel Watch 2.
Google has scheduled its Pixel launch event for October 4 in New York City, USA. The event for the Google Pixel 8 is set to commence at 7:30 PM IST on Tuesday. Furthermore, the company has confirmed that pre-orders for both the Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro smartphones will be available starting from October 4.
Accompanied by a teaser video showcasing the upcoming Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro smartphones, Google posted on X: “Mark your calendars for a unique rendezvous with #Pixel8 and Pixel 8 Pro at the #MadeByGoogle event on October 4th at 10 am ET.” Additionally, in another teaser video shared by Made by Google, the company officially disclosed the debut of the Pixel Watch 2 and the new Pixel Buds Pro, all set to unfold on October 4. The company exclaimed, “Prepare for greatness. Tune in to #MadeByGoogle on October 4th at 10 am ET.”
Based on the teaser provided by Made by Google, both the Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro smartphones are expected to retain a design closely resembling that of last year’s Pixel 7 models, boasting a horizontal camera arrangement on the rear side with gracefully rounded edges.
It is anticipated that the standard Pixel 8 phone will feature a dual rear camera setup, while the Pixel 8 Pro will impress users with its triple camera configuration. Reports suggest that the Pixel 8 Pro may come in a chic Porcelain White variant, while the Pixel 8 will be offered in a charming peach color option.
The forthcoming Pixel Buds Pro were also unveiled in a striking Porcelain hue, harmonizing with the aesthetics of the phone and the watch. As per reports, both the Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro are poised to harness the impressive power of the Google Tensor G3 chipset.
Notably, Google will livestream the Pixel launch event for a global audience. You can tune in to the live stream on Google’s YouTube channel and the Google Store website.”