Leaked, Here’s How the Google Pixel 8 Pro Camera Looks and Designs


The appearance of the Google Pixel 8 Pro has been revealed in cyberspace. It is well-known leakster Steve Hemmerstoffer (or OnLeaks) who recently shared clear press images of the device.

Through this leak, as reported Techradar on Wednesday (15/3/2023), it was discovered that Google’s next flagship smartphone brought changes compared to its predecessor, the Google Pixel 7 Pro. In terms of what?

Appearance-wise, for example, at first glance the Google Pixel 8 Pro looks like a mix-up of the Pixel 7 and Pixel 6. The iconic camera bar remains but is di-tweak again until all three cameras are in the same area, rather than slightly apart.


A new sensor also appears alongside the main, ultra-wide and telephoto lenses. This indirectly hints at support for macro photography via a dedicated sensor and not just ultra wide.

Google Pixel 8 Pro camera

Apart from the camera, with the Pixel 8 Pro, Google is also reported to be changing a lot of things that make this phone the Pro Pixel. It may no longer have a large 6.7-inch display, but a 6.5-inch panel.

This makes it roomy enough to be classed as a large screen, but not so large that many people struggle to hold it in their hands.

On the processor side, the Google Tensor 3 chipset is said to power Google’s new smartphone. The chipset is expected to be built on a 3nm process – an improvement over the 5nm dies used in the Pixel 6 and 7.

The Pixel 6 and 7 are also powerful phones but are said to have issues with the battery draining quickly and the phone overheating. Now, Google is ready to focus on Pixel efficiency. And Google Tensor 3 is part of that efficiency.


Google Tensor 3 itself, which has the code name “Zuma”, is known to use the same modem as the Google Tensor G2 (G201), namely the 5G G5300 modem developed by a South Korean manufacturer, Samsung.

Specific details about the SoC are not yet available. However, Samsung has reportedly started working on it.

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