Google recently unveiled its Pixel 8 priced at $699 and the Pixel 8 Pro at $999. But it seems a more budget-friendly version is already in development. Leaked renders of the upcoming Pixel 8A, measuring approximately 6.1 inches.
Pixel 8A Design and Similarities:
The Pixel 8A’s design closely mirrors that of the Pixel 8, featuring two rear cameras and a hole-punch selfie camera. The curvaceous aesthetics of the latest Pixel phones are also retained in this model.
Pixel 8A Photo Confirmation:
In a surprising turn of events, Twitteratries shared photos of the Pixel 8A in September, which initially met with skepticism from some journalists. However, these images remarkably resemble the leaked renders, confirming Google’s embrace of a curvier design for its new 8 and 8 Pro handsets.
Premium Look for Less:
Google’s commitment to giving its more affordable phones a premium appearance is noteworthy. According to reports from Der Standard (via Android Central), the company has stated that it is currently uninterested in producing budget phones.
Processor and Speculation:
Both Abhishek Yadav and Smartprix suggest that the Pixel will be powered by the same Tensor G3 chip as its higher-priced counterparts. However, it remains uncertain whether they have inside information on this detail. This leads to speculation about which software features Google might reserve for the Pixel 8 Pro. Considering their previous pattern of differentiation.
Stay tuned for more updates on the Google Pixel 8A as it continues to generate interest in the tech world.