A post has surfaced telling us more about the Google Pixel 8 Pro displays and the smaller Pixel 8. The latter, in particular, is interesting because something will change there.
This latest report comes from analyst Ross Young. He has been following the industry closely, especially the supply chain. When company A buys a lot of components from company B that can say something about a future product, and now Ross has tracked down another piece of news.
This time about the Google Pixel 8 Pro and Pixel 8. The company he works for thinks it knows what screen sizes those will get. For the larger Google Pixel 8 Pro, Google is sticking with a size of 6.7 inches. It is the same diagonal as in the Pixel 7 Pro. However, there is a possibility that the screen panel will have more rounded corners.
Pixel 8 gets smaller
But then the smaller Pixel 8. That one is getting smaller. According to the report, that screen comes out at 6.16 inches versus 6.3 on the Pixel 7. That difference looks small, but combined with the rounder edges, it could make for a considerably more compact device.
Production of both Samsung screen panels is said to begin in May. So a launch of both the Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro is not expected before then. Normally, Google announces new-generation Pixel phones in the fall, along with the launch of a new Android version.