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Google Pixel 8 und 8 Pro | c’t uplink

The highly anticipated release of the Google Pixel 8 and 8 Pro has tech enthusiasts buzzing with excitement. While these devices have yet to hit the market, the information we have so far promises significant upgrades and improvements from previous models. In this article, we will delve into what we know about the Google Pixel 8 and 8 Pro, as discussed in a recent episode of c’t uplink.

The Google Pixel 8 is expected to feature a 6.2-inch display, while the 8 Pro is rumored to come with a larger 6.7-inch display. Both devices are expected to have an OLED panel, ensuring vibrant colors and deep blacks. The refresh rate is expected to be 120Hz, creating a smooth and seamless user experience.

Under the hood, the Pixel 8 and 8 Pro are said to be equipped with the highly anticipated Qualcomm Snapdragon 895 processor, which promises unparalleled performance and improved power efficiency. These devices will also come with 8GB of RAM, allowing for smooth multitasking and faster app launches.

One of the most exciting features of the upcoming Pixel devices is the camera. Google has always been known for its exceptional camera capabilities, and it seems the Pixel 8 and 8 Pro will continue to impress in this department. The devices are rumored to come with a triple-camera system, offering improved zoom capabilities, wide-angle shots, and enhanced low-light photography.

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In terms of battery life, the Pixel 8 and 8 Pro are expected to be equipped with 4000mAh and 5000mAh batteries, respectively. Combined with the Snapdragon 895’s power efficiency, these devices should easily get users through a day of heavy usage. Both devices will also support wireless charging and reverse wireless charging, meaning you can charge other compatible devices by simply placing them on the back of your Pixel.

Another interesting feature mentioned in the c’t uplink episode is the potential inclusion of an in-display fingerprint sensor. This would allow users to unlock their devices by simply placing their finger on the screen, eliminating the need for a physical fingerprint sensor on the back or side of the device.

In terms of software, the Pixel 8 and 8 Pro are expected to run on the latest version of Android, offering a clean and intuitive user experience. As with previous Pixel devices, these devices will likely receive timely software updates directly from Google, ensuring the latest security patches and features.

Finally, there have been rumors of a potential redesign for the Pixel 8 and 8 Pro. While the details are scarce, it is speculated that Google may opt for a more modern and sleek design, possibly featuring a glass back or metal frame. This could result in a more premium look and feel compared to previous Pixel models.

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Overall, the Google Pixel 8 and 8 Pro are shaping up to be highly impressive flagship devices. With their powerful processors, impressive camera capabilities, and potential design upgrades, these devices have the potential to compete with the top contenders in the market. While we eagerly await their official release, based on the information discussed in c’t uplink, it seems the wait will be well worth it.

Google heeft een nieuwe generatie Pixel-smartphones teruggebracht. Wie op de hoogte was van de hardware die in de huidige staat werd gebracht, had een grotere kans zichzelf te veranderen – het was interessant om te weten dat deze discussies waardevol waren.

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Het kan zijn dat u een probleem heeft met uw Vorgänger – anderen gebruiken Google om naar de Update-Schraube te gaan. Beide zullen worden uitgebracht vanaf de Market Start tijdens het laatste jaar met beveiligingspatches, nieuwe Android-versies en reguliere Feature Drops, evenals nieuwe functies, die niet zullen worden beïnvloed door de beschikbaarheid van nieuwe Android-versies. De enkele smartphone, die een acht jaar lange levensduur heeft voor beveiligingspatches, is een ondersteuning voor de veiligheid van de Fairphone 5.

Ik zou de uplink niet bespreken, waar Google het aandurfde om de lange Update Garantie iets te laten vallen net als de andere Reparateur – en ze zaten allebei überhaupt achter de schermen, als ze de vorige gebruiker waren, zouden we dat altijd graag willen ontvangen ” Updates”.

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