The Google Pixel 8 will be a blissfully small flagship, according to renders

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These are based on a previous model, but for the sake of the renders, we’ll pretend that this is the new model.

The renders are based on the model we saw on stage at Google’s I/O event, so there’s a slight chance that the renders could be inaccurate – but they do look to have the same overall design, with the same slim bezel and the same floating camera notch.

It’s Pixel leak season. We just got our first proper look at the Google Pixel 8 Pro and its delightful flat screen this week, and we’ve heard that the Google Pixel 7a and the Pixel Fold might launch sooner than expected. And now, we’re in for our first look at the Google Pixel 8, courtesy of renders based on leaked assets.

This suggests that Google will likely have to use a notch on the screen. This is actually the first Pixel device with a notch, and it matches the other Android flagships that have a notch. The Pixel 8 is also supposed to have a glass back, which is not at all clear from the renders.

These renders also show a physical camera button, which would be a change from the Google Pixel 3, which had the camera on

The new renders come courtesy of renowned leaker OnLeaks, who teamed up with MySmartPrice to give us a glimpse at the Pixel 8. At first glance, the Pixel 8 looks similar to the design Google first introduced with the Pixel 6 and then further refined with the Pixel 7. It has the same visor-style camera array that stretches across the top of the back as a bar, and the screen at the front is only interrupted by a selfie camera in the top middle. You might notice that it looks significantly smaller, though, and you’re not wrong. The Pixel 8 is supposed to have a small 5.8-inch screen, with dimensions specified to be 150.5 x 70.8 x 8.9mm (or 12mm when you include the camera).

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