However, the Pixel 8 boasts a higher refresh rate than the Pixel 6, so you can anticipate scrolling and gaming on the newer phone to feel a little smoother. The Pixel 6 features a 6.4-inch display with a 90Hz refresh rate, while the Pixel 8 has a 6.2-inch display with a 120Hz refresh rate.
Android 14 OS was originally announced at the I/O 2023 conference back in May.
Canadian carrier Telus seemingly confirmed the new Android OS stable will roll out this week.
Google hasn’t made any official announcement on the matter, hence we suggest you take this news with a pinch of salt.
The retail box of the upcoming Google Pixel 8 has surfaced, confirming previous design leaks and revealing some key specs. The box shows the Pixel 8’s rear side with two cameras and an LED flash, housed in a horizontal camera bar. On the front of the box, Google highlights the Pixel 8’s 5G Sub-6 connectivity, 6.2-inch screen, and 128GB storage. The box also reveals that the Pixel 8 will come in a Hazel color option and will include a charging cable and a Quick Switch Adapter.