The Google Pixel 8 Pro has a 5050mAh battery that can be charged wired at 30 watts.
At the company’s Made by Google 2023 event on October 4, the Google Pixel 8 Pro was unveiled in India. On October 12, it and the Google Pixel 8 went on sale. When the Pro model made its debut last month, the business offered it for Rs. 1,06,999 and came in a single 12GB RAM + 128GB storage configuration. Three colour options for the smartphone were offered: porcelain, obsidian, and bay. After precisely one month, Google has now introduced a new storage option for the Pixel 8 Pro.
A 12GB RAM and 256GB storage edition of the smartphone has been released by the firm in India, according to a post made on X by tipster Ishan Agarwal (@ishanagarwal24).
Although the price of the Pixel 8 Pro’s latest storage model is Rs. 1,13,999, prospective customers can take advantage of bank discounts as well. One can receive a discount of up to Rs. 9,000 on purchases made with an SBI Bank Credit Card, in addition to an exchange bonus of up to Rs. 4,000.
Unlike the 128GB storage variant, which has three colour options, the new Google Pixel 8 Pro variant is only available in Obsidian in India. It is significant to note that the Google Pixel 8 Pro with 12GB RAM and 128GB storage model is available for purchase at Rs. 1,06,999 when combined with the previously stated bank discounts.
The device comes pre-installed with Android 14, according to the specs. With a refresh rate of 120Hz, it features a 6.7-inch Quad-HD (1,344×2,992 pixel) screen. The Titan M2 security chip and Tensor G3 SoC from Google power the Google Pixel 8 Pro.
It has two 48-megapixel sensors, a 50-megapixel primary sensor, and a triple rear camera unit. In the meantime, the front camera has 10.5 megapixels for selfies. A 5050mAh battery that supports 30W cable charging powers the Pixel 8 Pro.