Hello everyone, it’s great to be back and talking about the latest tech rumors circulating the internet. This week, there have been some exciting developments with the upcoming Google Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro.


One of the most striking features that has been noticed immediately is the curved corners of both models, which is a departure from the previous designs. This observation has been further confirmed by a series of comparison images shared by @OnLeaks.

When comparing the Pixel 8 and Pixel 7, it’s evident that the former has a more rounded finish for the corners and a larger cutout at the top where the speaker is located. The bottom of the phone doesn’t seem to have changed as much, except for a slight tilt in the curvature of the corner.

The Pixel 8 Pro follows the same design approach, and interestingly, it appears that the edges of the phone are thicker now due to the angle of the curve, leaving less space for the screen panel. However, according to rumors, the diagonal screen size will be reduced from 6.7 inches to 6.52 inches. One significant change seen in recent leaks of the Pixel 8 Pro is that all three camera sensors on the back are now housed on the same metal oval, and there’s a new and unknown sensor located on the side of the flash.

We can expect to see teasers for the Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro at the Google I/O 2023 event on May 10, and the phones will likely be launched in the fall. Additionally, there are rumors of a possible Pixel 8 Ultra with an even larger screen.

As always, we must take these rumors with a grain of salt until we have official confirmation from Google. Nonetheless, the leaked images have certainly piqued our interest and left us eagerly anticipating the release of the latest Pixel phones.

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