The Google Pixel 8 series will launch globally on October 4, and now we can also confirm that the new Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro will launch in India around the same time. Google has shared a teaser of the Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro pre-orders in India, exclusively available on Flipkart.
Google tends to leak and announce things well in advance of the official release date, which is still a few weeks away. Apple is the main player entering the final phase of the iPhone 15 launch, which will take place next week. The Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro are also the successors to the Pixel 7 series launched in India, which is the country’s first Premium Pixel phone in a few years. But it seems that Google is now confident about its prospects in India, which explains the India announcement just 24 hours after the phones were unveiled globally.
You know what they say, great things come in eights ♾️Get ready to meet the Google #Pixel8 and #Pixel8Pro.Pre-orders start 5th October exclusively on @Flipkart pic.twitter.com/ZFkBlrUmy6— Google India (@GoogleIndia) September 7, 2023
Google Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro India Specifications
Google Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro pre-orders in India will begin on October 5 and will be available only through Flipkart, Google’s official partner for Pixel phones in the country. The global launch of the Pixel 8 series should give us an idea of the pricing of the new Pixel in India.
Google Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro specifications are expected
According to a teaser shared by Made by Google, both the Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro smartphones will retain the same look as last year’s Pixel 7, except that this year’s Pixel may feature rounded edges.
Google is likely to use the new Tensor G3 chipset to power the devices, and from these visuals, you can clearly tell that the Pixel 8 will have a dual rear camera system, while the Pixel 8 Pro will once again have a triple camera setup. settings behind. Google is rumored to launch the new Android 14 version with the Pixel 8 series, making it the first phone to have the software out of the box.
According to reports, Google could finally offer up to 5 OS updates for Pixel phones powered by the Tensor chip, putting it on par with Apple’s iOS support for iPhones.