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Frequently asked questions
Google Pixel 8 Pro was officially released for pre-order on 4 October. It became officially available to buy on 12 October 2023.
Yes - Google Pixel 8 Pro is 5G ready.
Google Pixel 8 Pro comes with a Quick Switch adaptor and a 1m USB-C to USB-C cable (USB 2.0). It doesn’t come with a plug.
Yes - Google Pixel 8 Pro has fast wireless charging (Qi-certified). The charging rate is up to 23W Google Pixel Stand (2nd gen) - sold separately.
Google Pixel 8 Pro’s battery can last beyond 24 hours, and up to 72 hours with Extreme Battery Saver.
Yes, Google Pixel 8 Pro can support one nano SIM and one eSIM.
Not quite - Google Pixel 8 Pro has an IP68 dust and water resistance rating, which means that it can be submerged in water up to 6 metres deep for up to 30 minutes.
Yes, Google Pixel 8 Pro includes Google AI which can be used for a range of things. Combine similar photos into one great picture with Pixel’s Best Take; remove distractions in the background with Magic Editor; and reduce annoying background audio from your videos with Audio Magic Eraser – all made possible with Google AI. Google AI also makes daily tasks run more smoothly: skip hold music, detect and filter spam calls and do more on all your favourite apps just using your voice.
Yes – Google Pixel 8 Pro boasts Magic Eraser, Audio Magic Eraser, and Magic Editor.
No, Google Pixel 8 Pro doesn’t have expandable memory.
Yes – Google Pixel 8 Pro has Face Unlock as well as Fingerprint Unlock, pattern, PIN and password options.
The Google Pixel 8 Pro is a slightly larger phone in height and width. It has a larger battery (5,050 mAh compared to 4,575 mAh), larger RAM (12GB compared to 8GB), and its 6.7-inch screen is also brighter than the 8’s 6.2-inch screen. The Pixel 8 Pro also has an extra lens – a 48MP Quad telephoto camera – and has better camera features, including pro controls, high-resolution photography, Night Sight Video and more.