Androidauthority has now revealed a series of parameters for the Google Pixel 8. Google is said to have invested a lot of money in computational photography, so the new machine will have very good image performance.
After using the Samsung ISOCELL GN1 as the main camera for four years in a row, the two models in this year’s Pixel 8 series will be upgraded to GN2, which will improve light intake by about 35% compared to the previous generation, allowing for brighter images and faster shutter speeds, while also reducing blur.
It is noted that the sensor also supports 8K / 30fps video shooting, coupled with the Tensor G3 processor support, I believe the Pixel 8 image level will be significantly improved.
In addition, the new camera adds support for Staggered HDR, which reduces the latency between HDR frames to speed up shooting. This technology could further advance Google’s HDR+ capabilities, bringing a faster and more reliable shooting experience to users.
The Google Pixel 8 Pro upgrades the 12MP Sony IMX386 to a 64MP Sony IMX787, a huge upgrade for ultra-wide angles with a sensor that is almost twice the size and should dramatically improve image quality.
The Google Pixel 8 camera software is said to be in a fairly early stage of development, focusing primarily on adapting to new hardware, but there are some new enhancements to basic features such as Adaptive Flash and “Segment AWB,” which will use AI to segment the current scene into different parts and then selectively apply different processing to The feature will use AI to segment the current scene into different parts and then selectively apply different processing to specific parts of the image. In addition, Google may also add a video blur level selection feature to the camera’s movie mode.