Cameras on Pixel devices are known for their quality. Google has been pushing these enhancements with each of its latest models. The latest release of the Pixel 8 series is setting a new standard for those who are looking for an Android camera phone with incorporated AI.
With a 50MP primary sensor, a 48MP telephoto, and a 5x optical zoom, this makes up the triple camera configuration of the latest Pixel 8 Pro. The ultrawide sensor, which increased from a 12 MP sensor on the Pixel 7 Pro, is the camera’s biggest improvement. You may enlarge distant objects on the Pixel 8 Pro without sacrificing image quality thanks to the 5x zoom telephoto lens.
The ISOCELL GN1 sensor from the Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 7 has been replaced by the Samsung-made ISOCELL GN2 sensor in the Google Pixel 8 Pro. Like what Apple did to the iPhone 15 Pro, Google added a temperature sensor that is only available on the Pixel 8 Pro, which may prevent the phone from overheating. Other noteworthy additions to the Pixel 8 Pro include Macro Focus and Audio Magic Eraser.
Pixel 8 Pro is far better than Pixel 6 Pro & Pixel 7 Pro
The Pixel 8 Pro camera, according to Google, is the greatest camera the company has ever equipped a smartphone with. YouTuber Benjamin Aboagye has compared the camera quality of Google’s most recent flagships, so this allegation isn’t entirely unfounded. He compares the performance of the Pixel 8 Pro to that of the Pixel 6 Pro and Pixel 7 Pro. Aboagye evaluates the phone’s video and photo capabilities.
The Pixel 8 Pro offers a substantial improvement in camera quality and technology over its forerunners. Everyone anticipates the same thing from the Pixel series. The Pixel 6 Pro and Pixel 7 Pro are still great options for anybody searching for a high-quality camera phone, even though the Pixel 8 Pro is amazing.
Google has raised the price of the Pixel 8 Pro by $100 from its original promise to $999. It is still less expensive than the Galaxy S23 Ultra and iPhone 15 Pro Max, though.
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