Google Pixel 8 review: Don’t let the small size fool you

Over the years, Google has been working relentlessly to craft an ideal smartphone for users that would be the most intelligent and efficient among all the smartphones leading in the market. This time, Google launched its Google Pixel 8 which has a comparatively smaller size than other smartphones performing well in the market. But we urge you don’t get fooled by the small size of the Google Pixel 8. Despite Google does not carry the “Pro” category, Google Pixel 8 has crossed the label of Rs 100000 for the first time. In case, you are seeking a descriptive review of Google Pixel 8, you are at the right place. In the following sections of this article, we have reviewed the latest offering of Google in detail. Be sticky with this page and follow it till the end. Swipe down the page.

Google Pixel 8 review

Google Pixel 8 Review

The predecessor of Google Pixel 8 has been enhanced and named Google Pixel 8. First of all, let’s talk about the price of the Google Pixel 8, this phone is priced at Rs 75,999 while the Pro version of Google Pixel 8 has surpassed the price of Rs 100000. It is the first time that a Google phone priced above Rs 100000. Undoubtedly, the Google Pixel 8 is one of the most demanded mobile phones currently in the market. It has the most attractive options as well. Shift to the next section and read more details.

Display size is one of the most common aspects that a customer keeps in mind while choosing a phone for himself. It has a 6.2-inch screen while the other leading phones have set the norm at 6.7-inch, therefore, the Google Pixel 8 is like a step backward. The mobile distinguished itself with its more handful 6.2-inch screen that offers a refreshing return to sanity in a world of massive phablets. As a user who has grappled with 6.7-inch devices for years, this reduced screen size felt like a relief.

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Google’s design language also glows through in the Pixel 8. The brand gave a distinctive quirky look with extended camera bars since the Pixel 6, making it easily recognizable from a distance. The display is as bright as you’d expect from a flagship, it reaches 2,000 nits even when you are out in the sun, snapping photos and videos. The Pixel 8 also packs a punch in the audio department. The stereo speakers have impressive volume and crispness that can fill a room. Stay tuned to this website for more details.

Amzad Khan
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