Following the leaks and speculations about the Google Tensor G3 SoC powering the Google Pixel 8 series, the camera specifications of the Pixel 8 and the Pixel 8 Pro is out already.
This was revealed by be the folks at Android Authority. According to them, the Pixel 8 series will use a 50MP Samsung GN2 sensor, compared to GN1 is the Pixel 7 series. The phones are said to retain the same front camera from the Pixel 7 series.
However, the ultra-wide camera in the Pixel 8 Pro will get a 64MP sensor, compared to the 12MP sensor in the Pixel 8, which will be the same as the one used in the Pixel 7 and the 7 Pro. The Pixel 8 Pro is said to retain the same 48MP 5X telephoto camera from the 7 Pro.
Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro Camera Specs (Rumored)
|Pixel 8 Pro
|50MP Samsung GN2
|0.55x 12MP Sony IMX386
|0.49x 64MP Sony IMX787
|5x 48MP Samsung GM5 (48 MP) – zoom ratio
|11 MP Samsung 3J1
The Pixel 8 Pro is also said to get a new 8×8 ToF VL53L8 sensor, but the Pixel 8 will use the same STMicroelectronics VL53L1 ToF sensor.
The phones will get ‘Adaptive torch’ that dynamically adjusts the flash intensity based on the scene and capture mode and Segmentation AWB, and the phones might get blur level selection in the cinematic mode.
The leak also says that the thermometer sensor in the Pixel 8 Pro will be FIR Melexis MLX90632, and will not be a full thermal camera to capture heat data.