An amazing camera system is included with the Google Pixel 8. The 50 MP Samsung ISOCELL GN2 sensor in the primary camera enables it to capture more light and produce brighter low-light photographs. Additionally, it has features like a panoramic camera, a dual-LED flash, a pixel shift, and auto-HDR. The smartphone has the ability to record videos in 4K at 30/60 frames per second and 1080p at 30/60/120/240 frames per second with gyro-EIS (electronic image stabilization) and OIS (optical image stabilization). Also supported by the video recording is 10-bit HDR.
The smartphone also contains an ultrawide camera and a telephoto camera in addition to the primary camera. On the Pixel 8, the ultrawide camera has a Sony IMX386 sensor with a 0.55x zoom ratio. The enhanced ultrawide camera on the Pixel 8 Pro, on the other hand, has a Sony IMX787 sensor and boasts a 0.49x zoom ratio. Additionally, the Pixel 8 Pro has a telephoto camera with a Samsung GM5 sensor that supports a 5x zoom.
The Pixel 8 comes with an 11 MP Samsung 3J1 sensor for selfies. It has options like panoramic and auto-HDR. Similar to the primary camera, the front camera can capture 1080p and 4K films at 30 and 60 frames per second.
These camera specifications are based on leaked data, and Google has not yet provided an official confirmation. But based on these specs, it seems like the Pixel 8 has a robust and sophisticated camera setup.