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Google Pixel 8 & Pixel 8 Pro

Google devises the best Andriod phones in the world, and with the release of the Google Pixel 8 and Google Pixel 8 Pro, it has been proved further. 

According to the reviews we have gotten so far, it is turning out to be the best flagship by Google to date. It not only boasts improved design and camera upgrades but is also packed with some useful AI features.

Here’s the information about Google Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro that you need to make an informed buying decision.

Google Pixel 8 Lineup Release Date

The Pixel 8 and 8 Pro by Google were released on Oct 4, 2023, and made available for preorders the same day. This Google flagship hit the shelves of retail stores and Google stores on Oct 12, 2023.

Google Pixel 8 and 8 Pro Price in Australia

According to official Google prices, the Pixel 8 starts from A$1,199 for the 128GB variant, and the Google Pixel 8 Pro starts from A$1,699 for the 128GB variant. There is a slight price increase from the last year’s Google Pixel lineup. 

However, Google is justifying this price difference with the inclusion of new and improved features.

But the good news is that you can buy refurbished Google Pixel devices from Phonebot at more reasonable prices than Google’s official prices.

Google Pixel 8 Price in Australia (On Phonebot):

  • Pixel 8 (128GB) [Like New]: A$879
  • Pixel 8 (256GB) [Like New]: A$979

Google Pixel 8 Pro Price in Australia(On Phonebot):

  • Pixel 8 Pro (128GB) [Grade A]: A$1,149
  • Pixel 8 Pro (128GB) [Like New]: A$1,199
  • Pixel 8 Pro (256GB) [Grade A]: A$1,249
  • Pixel 8 Pro (256GB) [Like New]: A$1,299

Google Pixel 8 and 8 Pro Specifications

Below are the design and hardware specifications of Pixel 8 and 8 Pro: 


Google Pixel 8

Google Pixel 8 Pro


Google Tensor G3

Google Tensor G3




Storage Options

128GB, 256GB

128GB, 256GB, 512GB, or 1TB

Battery Capacity



Front Camera

10.5MP, f/2.2

10.5MP Dual PD selfie camera

Rear Camera Configuration

50MP, f/1.7, OIS (primary)

13MP, f/2.2, 126° FOV (ultrawide)

50MP Octa PD wide camera

48MP Quad PD ultrawide camera

48MP Quad PD telephoto camera


150.5 × 70.8 × 8.9mm

162.6 × 76.5 × 8.8mm

Available Colors

Rose, Hazel, Obsidian Black

Obsidian, Porcelain, Bay

Display Type

OLED, 60-120Hz

LTPO OLED, 1-120Hz




Charging Speed

27W wired, 18W wireless

30W wired, 18W wireless

IP Rating



Screen Size



Screen Resolution

1080 × 2400

1344 × 2992


Apart from these specs, the Pixel 8 lineup is packed with some exciting AI features as well. For example, with the Pixel 8 launch, Google introduced a new AI camera feature called Magic Editor. Using this feature, you can easily resize or reposition a subject in an image. 

Another great AI feature is Audio Magic Erases, which lets you remove unwanted sounds from your videos, like the noise of wind, crowd, etc.

Frequently Asked Questions

How much is the Pixel 8 Pro in Australia?
According to official Google prices, the Google Pixel 8 Pro starts from A$1,699 for the 128GB variant. However, on Phonebot, you can buy the Pixel 8 Pro at a much lower price, starting from A$1,199 for the 128GB variant.
Does Google pixel 8 have Gorilla Glass?
Yes, the Google Pixel 8 comes with the Gorilla Glass Victus, which protects the screen of the device from scratches and frequent drops.
Is Google Pixel 8 worth buying?
Google Pixel 8 is a significant upgrade over last year’s Pixel 7, especially due to the inclusion of new camera and AI features. On Pixel 8, you can get new software and security updates from Google for the next 7 years. This gives Pixel 8 a big edge over its competitors and makes it worth buying.
How long does a Pixel 8 Pro battery last?
The Pixel 8 Pro has a 5,050 mAh battery, which means it can last around 1.5 to 2 days on a single charge. However, it also depends on your usage. If you perform heavy-duty tasks like gaming on your smartphone, the battery may drain relatively quickly.