Google Pixel 8 Pro

 Google Pixel 8 Pro
$1,000.00
Brand: Google
Category: Mobiles
  • Screen 6.7 inches - 120 Hz - LTPO OLED
  • Memory 128, 256, 512 GB or 1 TB
  • RAM 12 GB
  • Camera 50 + 48 + 48 MP
  • CPU Google Tensor G3
  • Battery and fast charging 5050 mAh - 30 W

General specifications

Device type Device type refers to the categorization of hardware or gadgets based on their intended function, design, or capabilities. smart phone
the device name Device name is the unique identifier or label assigned to a specific hardware or electronic gadget for easy recognition and management Google Pixel 8 Pro
the condition Condition typically refers to the current state or status of an object, system, or individual, often indicating its health, quality, or performance. It has been announced
Targeted markets Targeted markets are specific customer segments or demographics that a business aims to reach with its products or services through tailored marketing strategies Directed to the global market
Advertisement date The date of announcement of a device is the day when a company officially introduces the product to the public or media, unveiling its features and specifications. October 2023
Release date The date of issue of a device typically refers to the date when a device is released or made available to customers for purchase or use. October 2023
Device colors Device colors are the various hues and finishes available for a specific product, giving consumers options to choose their preferred aesthetic. • Blue
• Black
• Cream

Dimensions and structure of the device

height Height is a measurement of the distance from the base to the top of an object, typically in units such as inches or centimeters, describing its vertical dimension. 162.6 mm
the offer The offer refers to a proposal or opportunity presented to individuals or entities, often outlining terms, products, or services available for acceptance or consideration. 76.5 mm
Thickness Thickness is a measure of the distance between two parallel surfaces or boundaries of an object, describing how thick or thin it is in a given dimension. 8.8 mm
Device weight Device weight is the measurement of how heavy a specific object or gadget is, often expressed in units like pounds or kilograms. 213 gr
Raw materials Manufacturing raw materials are the basic substances or components used in the production process to create finished products, encompassing elements such as metals, plastics, and chemicals Frame: Aluminum
Back: Glass (Gorilla Glass Victus 2)

Networks and slides

2G network 2G network, short for Second Generation network, is an early mobile telecommunications technology that allowed voice calls and limited data transfer over cellular networks, primarily using digital modulation. supports
3G 3G network, or Third Generation network, is an advanced mobile telecommunications technology that provided faster data transfer, enhanced voice quality, and the introduction of mobile internet services compared to 2G networks. supports
4G 4G network, also known as Fourth Generation network, is a mobile telecommunications technology that offers significantly faster data speeds, improved voice quality, and better support for mobile internet services compared to previous generations. supports
5G 5G network, or Fifth Generation network, is the latest mobile telecommunications technology that delivers exceptionally high data speeds, low latency, and enhanced connectivity, enabling advanced applications like IoT and augmented reality. supports
GPRS GPRS, or General Packet Radio Service, is a mobile data communication technology used within 2G and 3G cellular networks, allowing for packet-switched data transmission for services like internet browsing and email.
EDGE EDGE, or Enhanced Data rates for GSM Evolution, is a mobile data communication standard that provides faster data transfer rates than traditional 2G networks, bridging the gap between 2G and 3G technologies.
Internet speed Internet speed refers to the rate at which data can be transmitted or downloaded over an internet connection. It is typically measured in megabits per second (Mbps) and determines how quickly you can access websites, download files, stream videos, and perform other online activities. • 3G networks up to 42 MB
• 4G networks up to 1.2 GB
• 5G networks up to 3.7 GB
Slide type Slide type" typically refers to a design or mechanism in various devices, often associated with a sliding motion used to reveal or hide components, such as a sliding phone keyboard or a drawer in furniture. Nano SIM
Slide count Number of slides" refers to the quantity of individual presentation slides in a slide deck, such as those used in PowerPoint or other presentation software, to convey information, visuals, or concepts during a presentation. One slice
eSIM eSIM," short for embedded SIM or electronic SIM, is a digital SIM card embedded in a device, allowing users to switch between mobile carriers and plans without the need for a physical SIM card. It offers greater flexibility and convenience for mobile connectivity. supports

the screen

Screen type Screen type refers to the technology and characteristics used in the display of electronic devices, including factors like LCD, OLED, LED, size, resolution, and touchscreen capabilities. LTPO YOU ARE
Screen Size Screen size refers to the physical measurement of the display area on an electronic device, typically expressed in inches or centimeters diagonally, and it is a key factor in determining the device's visual real estate and user experience. 6.7 inches
Refresh rate Refresh rate, measured in Hertz (Hz), is the number of times per second that a display refreshes the image it shows. A higher refresh rate, such as 60Hz, 120Hz, or 240Hz, means that the screen can redraw the image more frequently. This can lead to smoother motion and reduced motion blur, which is especially important for activities like gaming or watching fast-paced video content. 120 Hz
screen resolution Screen resolution refers to the number of pixels, both horizontally and vertically, that a display can show. It's typically expressed as a measurement of width x height (e.g., 1920 x 1080 for Full HD), representing the clarity and detail of images and text on the screen. 1344x2992 pixels
Screen dimensions Screen dimensions refer to the physical measurements of a screen or display, usually represented by its width and height in inches or centimeters. These dimensions are used to describe the size and aspect ratio of the screen. 20:9
Screen ratio Screen ratio, also known as aspect ratio, is the proportional relationship between a screen's width and height. It is typically expressed as a ratio of two numbers, such as 16:9 or 4:3, indicating how wide the screen is in relation to its height. Different aspect ratios are used for various types of displays, such as widescreen TVs, standard monitors, and ultrawide monitors. 87.4 percent
Pixel density Pixel density refers to the number of pixels per unit of screen space, typically measured in pixels per inch (PPI) or pixels per centimeter (PPCM). It indicates how closely packed the pixels are on a display and affects the level of detail and clarity in images and text. Higher pixel density generally results in sharper and more detailed visuals. 489 pixels per inch
Screen brightness You've provided a clear and accurate definition of refresh rate. It indeed plays a crucial role in determining the smoothness of visuals on a display, making it essential for various applications, including gaming and video viewing. If you have any more questions or need further information, feel free to ask! 2400 lumens (max brightness)
Protection layer A protection layer, in the context of electronic devices and screens, refers to a transparent or semi-transparent material applied over the display to safeguard it from damage or wear. Common protection layers include glass or plastic materials like Gorilla Glass or tempered glass screen protectors, which are designed to resist scratches, impacts, and everyday wear and tear, thereby extending the longevity of the device's screen. Gorilla Glass Victus 2
Other jobs Other functions on the screen" typically refers to additional features or capabilities that a display or screen can provide beyond simply showing images or content. These functions may include touch or gesture controls, multi-window or multitasking support, on-screen buttons or menus, and interactive elements that enable users to perform various tasks or access specific functions on a device. • Always-on display feature
• HDR10+ technology
• Eye protection mode
• Night mode
• 16 million colors

Processor

Processor name processor name is the designation or label given to a central processing unit (CPU) or microprocessor used in a computer, smartphone, or other electronic device. Google Tensor G3
Precision Manufacturing precision refers to the degree of accuracy and exactness with which products are produced during the manufacturing process. It encompasses various factors, including the tolerances maintained, consistency in measurements, and the attention to detail in design and production. High manufacturing precision is essential for ensuring that products meet specified standards and perform reliably. 4 nm
Core count The number of cores refers to the individual processing units within a CPU (central processing unit) or a microprocessor. Each core can execute instructions and perform tasks independently, allowing for parallel processing. CPUs with multiple cores, such as dual-core, quad-core, or octa-core, can handle multiple tasks simultaneously, which can lead to improved multitasking and overall performance in computers and mobile devices. Nine cores
Processor frequency Processor frequency, often referred to as clock speed, is a measurement of how many cycles a CPU (central processing unit) can execute in one second. It is typically measured in Hertz (Hz) and commonly expressed in gigahertz (GHz). A higher processor frequency indicates a CPU that can execute instructions more quickly, which can lead to faster overall performance in computing tasks. However, it's important to note that other factors, such as the architecture and number of cores, also influence a processor's performance. Nine cores:
• Single-core 3.0 GHz
• Quad-core 2.45 GHz
• Quad-core 2.15 GHz
GPU A graphics processor, also known as a GPU (Graphics Processing Unit), is a specialized electronic circuit designed to accelerate the rendering of images and videos. Unlike a CPU (Central Processing Unit), which handles general-purpose computing tasks, a GPU is optimized for parallel processing and is particularly well-suited for rendering graphics and performing complex mathematical calculations required for tasks like 3D gaming, video editing, and artificial intelligence workloads. Many computers and mobile devices have dedicated GPUs to improve graphics performance and overall system speed. Immortal-G715s MC10
The Ram RAM, short for Random Access Memory, is a type of computer memory that provides temporary storage for data that the computer is currently using. It is a crucial component of a computer's architecture and plays a key role in its performance. 12 GB
Internal memory Internal memory, in the context of electronic devices like smartphones, tablets, and computers, refers to the built-in storage capacity used for storing data, applications, and the device's operating system. It is also known as internal storage or onboard storage. • 128, 256 or 512 GB
• 1 TB
Storage options The choice of storage option depends on factors such as data volume, access speed requirements, portability, and redundancy needs. Many users employ a combination of these options to meet their specific storage and backup requirements. • 128 GB (12 GB)
• 256 GB (12 GB)
• 512 GB (12 GB)
• 1 TB (12 GB)
Storage type Storage type refers to the specific technology or medium used for storing digital data. Different storage types have varying characteristics, including capacity, speed, durability, and suitability for specific purposes. Here are some common storage types: UFS 3.1
RAM type RAM type indicates the technology and standards of computer memory modules, influencing performance and compatibility. LPDDR5x
External memory External memory refers to storage devices, such as external hard drives, USB flash drives, and memory cards, used to store data separately from a computer or device's built-in storage. These devices provide additional storage capacity and portability for data backup, transfer, and storage needs. Not supported

Operating System

OS OS, or Operating System, is software that manages computer hardware and provides services for computer programs. It acts as an intermediary between users and the computer's hardware, allowing users to interact with the device and run applications. Popular OS examples include Windows, macOS, Linux, iOS, and Android. Android 14
user interface A user interface (UI) is the point of interaction between a user and a computer, software application, or device. It encompasses visual elements, controls, and design that enable users to interact with and use the system or application. UI design aims to create an intuitive, efficient, and visually pleasing experience for users. Android

Rear camera

Camera count The number of cameras refers to the count of camera lenses or sensors on a device, such as a smartphone or digital camera. Multiple cameras can serve various purposes, including capturing photos and videos from different perspectives, enabling features like zoom, wide-angle shots, and depth sensing for portrait mode effects. Three cameras:
50 + 48 + 48 MP
Camera resolution Camera resolution refers to the level of detail and clarity of images and videos captured by a camera. It is typically measured in terms of megapixels (MP) and represents the number of individual pixels that make up an image. Higher resolution cameras can capture more detailed and sharp photos and videos, which is important for tasks like photography and video recording. • 50 MP: Main camera (OIS)
• 48 MP: Optical zoom (OIS)
• 48 MP: Wide angle (AF)
Aperture size Lens aperture size, often represented as an f-number (e.g., f/2.0), indicates the diameter of the aperture in a camera lens. It influences the amount of light that enters the camera and affects aspects such as exposure, depth of field, and low-light performance. A lower f-number (e.g., f/1.8) represents a larger aperture, allowing more light in and enabling better low-light performance and shallower depth of field for creative effects like background blur (bokeh). • 50 MP (F/1.7)
• 48 MP (F/2.8)
• 48 MP (F/2.0)
Camera features Camera features encompass the functions and capabilities of a camera, including settings for exposure, focus, image stabilization, and creative modes. • Autofocus (AF)
• Laser autofocus
• Ultrawide photography •
Background blur mode
• Night photography mode •
Professional photography mode • Artificial
intelligence photography enhancement
• Face and smile detection
• HDR technology
• Panorama •
ISO settings
• Touch focus
• Geographical addressing
Rounding • Optical zoom up to 5x
• Digital zoom up to 30x
Installation type • Optical stabilization technology (OIS)
• Digital stabilization technology (EIS)
Slow Motion • FHD resolution (240 frames)
• FHD resolution (120 frames)
video Camera features encompass settings, modes, and capabilities, including video recording, resolution, frame rates, and video-specific functions. • 4K (30/60 fps)
• FHD (30/60 fps)
• 10‑Bit HDR video recording
flash Flash, in the context of a camera, refers to the built-in or external light source used to illuminate a scene when taking photos in low-light conditions or to fill in shadows for better exposure.

Selfie camera

Camera resolution Camera resolution refers to the level of detail and clarity of images and videos captured by a camera. It is typically measured in terms of megapixels (MP) and represents the number of individual pixels that make up an image. Higher resolution cameras can capture more detailed and sharp photos and videos, which is important for tasks like photography and video recording. 10.5 megapixel
Aperture size Lens aperture size, often represented as an f-number (e.g., f/2.0), indicates the diameter of the aperture in a camera lens. It influences the amount of light that enters the camera and affects aspects such as exposure, depth of field, and low-light performance. A lower f-number (e.g., f/1.8) represents a larger aperture, allowing more light in and enabling better low-light performance and shallower depth of field for creative effects like background blur (bokeh). F/2.2
Camera features Camera features encompass the functions and capabilities of a camera, including settings for exposure, focus, image stabilization, and creative modes. • Background blur mode
• Night photography mode
• HDR technology
• Self-timer
• Capture signal
• Face and smile detection
video Camera features encompass settings, modes, and capabilities, including video recording, resolution, frame rates, and video-specific functions. • 4K resolution (30/60 frame rate)
• FHD resolution (30/60 frame rate)
flash Flash, in the context of a camera, refers to the built-in or external light source used to illuminate a scene when taking photos in low-light conditions or to fill in shadows for better exposure.

Acoustics

Speaker system External speakers are standalone audio devices used to amplify sound from computers, smartphones, TVs, or other audio sources for improved volume and audio quality. Supports (2 stereo speakers)
3.5mm A 3.5mm port, also known as a headphone jack or audio jack, is a common audio interface found on devices like smartphones, laptops, and audio equipment. It allows for the connection of headphones, speakers, microphones, and other audio accessories using a 3.5mm audio cable.
FM radio FM radio, or Frequency Modulation radio, is a broadcasting technology that transmits audio content over radio waves in the frequency modulation format. It is commonly used for music, news, and entertainment broadcasts and can be received by FM radio receivers, such as car radios and portable radios.

Telecommunications

Wi-Fi Wi-Fi is a wireless technology that allows devices to connect to a network and access the internet or communicate with each other. • Wi-Fi version 7
• a/b/g/n/ac/ax/be
• Tri-Band
• Wi-Fi Direct
• Hotspot
Bluetooth Bluetooth is a wireless technology for exchanging data between devices over short distances, useful for connecting peripherals and accessories. • Version 5.3
• aptX HD
• A2DP
• LE
GPS GPS (Global Positioning System) is a satellite-based navigation system that provides precise location and time information to users worldwide.
NFC technology NFC (Near Field Communication) is a short-range wireless technology that enables data transfer and contactless payment between devices in close proximity.
Infrared Infrared is a type of electromagnetic radiation with longer wavelengths than visible light, often used for remote controls and thermal imaging.
USB port USB port is a standard connector on electronic devices for connecting peripherals and transferring data or power, widely used in modern computing. USB Type-C 3.2 port

Other specifications

Sensors Sensors are devices that detect and measure physical or environmental properties, converting them into electrical signals for analysis or action. • Accelerometer
• Proximity
• Barometer
• Compass
• Gyroscope
• Temperature sensor
Types of protection Types of protection include physical, cybersecurity, legal, financial, and social measures to safeguard individuals, data, assets, and rights from harm or unauthorized access. • Fingerprint sensor (integrated into the screen)
• Face recognition
• Pattern
• PIN
• Password
Water resistance Water and dust resistance is a feature in electronic devices that prevents damage from water and dust exposure, enhancing durability and longevity. The phone is water and dust resistant to the IP68 standard (water resistance up to 1.5 meters and 30 minutes underwater)
Box contents Contents of the device box typically include the device itself, charger, cables, user manual, warranty information, and sometimes additional accessories. • Device
• USB Type-C cable
• SIM ejection pin
Other jobs/ Ultra Wideband (UWB) technology

Charging and battery

Fast shipping Fast shipping refers to expedited delivery services that ensure swift transportation of goods or products to customers, often within a short timeframe. Supports - 30 watts
Charging time Battery charging duration is the time taken for a device's battery to reach full or a desired level of charge, varying based on battery capacity and charger speed. It can charge 50 percent in 30 minutes
Wireless charging Wireless charging Supports - 23 watts
Reverse charging Reverse wireless charging supports
Battery capacity Battery capacity refers to the amount of energy a battery can store and provide, typically measured in milliampere-hours (mAh) or watt-hours (Wh). 5050 mAh
Battery Type Battery type refers to the specific technology and composition used in a battery, such as lithium-ion (Li-ion), lithium-polymer (Li-poly), alkaline, nickel-cadmium (NiCd), or nickel-metal hydride (NiMH), determining its characteristics and performance. Li-Po battery
Removability Removability refers to the ability to easily detach or take out a component, like a battery, from a device for replacement, maintenance, or upgrades. Not removable

Our Rating

The overall rating is based on review by our experts

9.8
  • the screen 10 / 10
  • Healer 10 / 10
  • Camera 10 / 10
  • Charging and battery 9 / 10

The Google Pixel 8 Pro offers several notable features:

  •  Google Pixel 8 Pro Very Powerful Processor: It is powered by a Google Tensor G3 processor, manufactured using a 4nm process. This processor delivers very strong performance and is among the most powerful upper-class processors for 2023/2024.

  • Large AMOLED Screen: The phone features a large 6.7-inch LTPO OLED screen with support for HDR10+ technology and an impressive brightness of up to 2400 nits.

  • 120 Hz Refresh Rate: It supports a smooth 120 Hz screen refresh rate with LTPO technology, which helps optimize power consumption by adjusting the refresh rate dynamically.

  • Fantastic Rear Camera: Equipped with a triple rear camera setup, including a 50-megapixel main camera and two 48-megapixel cameras. These cameras offer amazing performance, with features such as optical zoom up to 5x, digital zoom up to 30x, OIS optical stabilization, and 4K video recording at various frame rates.

  • Large Battery: The phone boasts a substantial 5050 mAh battery, ensuring extended usage between charges.

  • In-Screen Fingerprint Sensor: The device features an in-screen fingerprint sensor for secure and convenient biometric authentication.

  • Water and Dust Resistance: With an IP68 rating, the phone is water and dust resistant, capable of withstanding immersion in water up to a depth of 1.5 meters for 30 minutes.

Disadvantages of Google Pixel 8 Pro:

  • Weak Charging Speed: The phone supports 30-watt fast battery charging, which is comparatively slower than some competing devices.

  • No Charger Included: It does not come with a charger in the box, so users need to purchase a charger separately.

  • No 8K Video: The device lacks support for shooting videos in 8K resolution, which might be a limitation for users who require this feature.

  • No 3.5mm Port: There is no 3.5mm earphone jack, potentially requiring users to use wireless headphones or USB-C adapters for audio connections.

  • No Expandable Storage: The phone does not support expandable storage via a MicroSD memory card, limiting users to the built-in storage capacity.

The Google Pixel 8 Pro offers impressive performance, a top-notch display, and excellent camera capabilities. However, potential buyers should consider its limitations, such as the charging speed, absence of a charger in the box, lack of 8K video recording, absence of a 3.5mm port, and the inability to expand storage via a memory card, when making their decision.

Google Pixel 8 Pro price

important noteThe price of this device for the cheapest version is in US dollars, with the price converted to local currencies. The price may vary from one country to another for several reasons.
Dollar1000 dollars
in Egypt30,900 pounds
In Saudi Arabia3750 riyals
In the UAE3670 dirhams
in Qatar3640 riyals
in Kuwait300 dinars
in Iraq1,310,000 dinars
in Algeria135,000 dinars
In Morocco10140 dirhams
in Jordan700 dinars
in Lybia4840 dinars
in Syria13,550,000 liras
in Sudan600,000 pounds
In Amman380 riyals
in Bahrain 380 dinars
In Palestine 3800 shekels
in Tunisia3130 dinars
in Türkiye 26920 liras
Google Pixel 8 Pro price

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