The Google Pixel 7 telephones have barely been on sale for a month, however potential Pixel 8 particulars are already breaking cowl, together with information a few next-generation Tensor processor.
Particulars uncovered inside public supply code present a pair of recent Google units codenamed Husky and Shiba, in addition to a 3rd Zuma codename that probably refers back to the Tensor G3 processor.
The invention was made by the German tech web site WinFuture, who additionally famous these units run on Android 14, making it much more probably the codenames seek advice from the Pixel 8 – prone to be the primary telephones with Android 14 out of the field.
In a quirkier be aware, Android 14 is known as ‘Upside Down Cake’ in a flashback to the corporate’s candy deal with themed names for the working system updates which have turn out to be much less distinguished in recent times. We keep that it was the ‘Q’ that undid that conference.
Apparently, it appears like the usual Pixel 8 ‘Shiba’ cellphone may also have 12GB of RAM, placing it on a par with the present Professional mannequin. Shiba may even have a 2268 x 1080 decision show, in contrast with the 2400 x 1080 on the Pixel 7.
The ‘Husky’ which seems prefer it may probably be the Pixel 8 Professional may 2822 x 1344 decision, which is decrease than the Pixel 7 Pro‘s 3120 x 1440. Whether or not this has extra to do with tweaked show sizes, quite than pixel density stays to be seen.
The code pertaining to the brand new Zuma chip instructed it’ll arrive rocking the identical Samsung G5300 5G modem, because the Tensor G2.
The Pixel 7 telephones appear to be participating extra customers with Google claiming a “greatest promoting week ever” across the launch of the Android 13 telephones final month.
“I’m extraordinarily pleased with the glowing evaluations thus far for Pixel, which we just lately had our highest-selling week ever. Together with implausible merchandise, we debuted our most up-to-date Android launch,” Alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai stated throughout a latest earnings name.