Google Pixel 8 series will stick to 128GB base storage, says leak
Looks like the base storage is staying the same.
Google’s next smartphone, the Google Pixel 8 series, is expected to be revealed in a few months. Fans of the brand have been eagerly waiting for its release, which is set to come with a bunch of upgrades.
While we are currently not sure what upgrades are on the cards for the Google Pixel 8 series, we’re certain that Google’s next smartphone will feature one of the best smartphone cameras like its predecessors.
However, a new leak has come to light, with disappointing information about the storage on the Pixel 8 series.
Google Pixel 8 series’ disappointing storage options and fun colorways
This leak about the storage on the Google Pixel 8 series comes from Winfuture. It says the vanilla Google Pixel 8 could feature two storage options — 128GB and 256GB. The report also says that the Pixel 8 Pro could have three storage options —128GB, 256GB, and 512GB.
If the report is accurate, Google is keeping the same storage options as the Pixel 7 series. Most likely, Google is keeping the 128GB storage variant to accommodate camera upgrades without a price bump. However, users will find 128GB inadequate when storing high-resolution photos snapped with a Pixel camera.
The report also sheds light on the color variants of the Google Pixel 8 series. The standard Pixel 8 is expected to come in three colorways — Licorice, Peony, and Haze. We are speculating these are Black, Pink, and Gray variants.
On the other hand, the Pixel 8 Pro will be available in Licorice, Porcelain, and Sky. We expect these to be Black, White, and Blue variants.
The Google Pixel 8 series will be available in some fun colorways, if the report is accurate. However, Google always keeps the classic Black and White colorways for the fans of the classic colors. Unfortunately, there’s a chance that not all the colorways will be available in all storage variants in every region.
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