Google Pixel 8: What we want to see

Foldable phones notwithstanding, the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro continue winning our hearts with their unique design and excellent software. While some of us are keeping our fingers crossed that Google finally enters the foldable market in 2023, there are others who are wondering what the company might have planned for its next slab phone.

After the plethora of bugs and issues faced by the Pixel 6 lineup, the Pixel 7 hasn’t seen the same problems, at least for the most part. Google’s continued refinement of its flagship device is a welcome sight to behold, and we can only hope this continues with the Pixel 8. Today, we’re rounding up a few things that we hope to see come to fruition with the Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro. 

Increased performance and efficiency

Google Tensor G2

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It should come as little surprise that Google has likely been working closely with Samsung, again, on the Tensor G3. The Tensor G2 represented a modest leap in performance, with more of a focus on efficiency. Performance hasn’t suffered, though, as the Pixel 7 and 7 Pro can keep up with the likes of the Galaxy S22 and the rest of the best Android phones from 2022.

2023-03-09 17:51:43