Tech giant Google's upcoming Pixel 8 Pro smartphone will reportedly have a less curved screen with much more rounded corners as compared to the Pixel 7 Pro.
A leaker posted a bunch of raw computer-aided design (CAD) shots on Twitter, comparing the Pixel 8 and 8 Pro's screen to their predecessors, reports GSMArena.
According to the leaked images, the Pixel 8 Pro's display will be much less curved on the edges, and will come with corners that are more rounded than its predecessor.
Earlier it was rumoured that the tech giant's upcoming Pixel 8 smartphone lineup will come with an upgraded Samsung camera sensor, ISOCELL GN2, which features staggered high dynamic range (HDR) functionality for better dynamic range in photos and videos.
The Pixel 8 smartphone is also expected to feature a better processor and more RAM than its predecessors.
Moreover, the Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro are expected to pack 12GB of RAM.
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The Pro model is likely to offer display resolution of 2822 x 1344 pixels, whereas, Pixel 8 is expected to offer standard 2268 x 1080 resolution.