Google, renowned for its prowess in AI, has always brought innovation to its phone cameras. Remember the Magic Eraser that could magically wipe away unwanted elements from your photos? Well, with the Google Pixel 8, it seems they’ve added another intriguing AI feature to their repertoire.
A recent leak from @MysteryLupin (as reported by The Verge) unveiled a promotional video for the Pixel 8 series. The video kicks off by highlighting the simplicity of transitioning to Pixel, then delves into its photography capabilities. The standout feature? It’s called Best Take. It can potentially be a game-changer.
This Best Take feature, hinted at in earlier leaks but only now seen in action, captures a series of photos and fuses them to craft the optimal composite image. Now, we know what you’re thinking: composite images have been around for a while, right?
They’re often used for HDR shots. But with the Pixel 8, it’s not just about blending different light exposures. Instead, it’s about mixing and matching facial expressions, poses, and more to create a picture-perfect result—think of it as a photogenic Frankenstein’s creation.
While the video showcases many familiar features, eagle-eyed viewers might spot another peek at the much-anticipated and frequently leaked Pixel 8 Pro. And if you’re hungry for more Pixel 8 tidbits, you’re in luck. Leaker @Za_Raczke recently showcased a range of what seem to be official Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro cases on X.
For those of you eyeing the Pixel 8, get ready to jazz up your phone with cases in delightful shades of Rose, Mint, Charcoal, and Hazel. As for the Pixel 8 Pro aficionados, you’re in for a treat with cases in Bay, Charcoal, Mint, and the elegant Porcelain.
Now, here’s a fun twist: these case colors aren’t mirroring the actual phone shades. Word on the street is that the Pixel 8 might grace us with hues like Haze, Jade, Licorice, and Peony. Meanwhile, the Pixel 8 Pro is rumored to dazzle in Sky, Porcelain, and Licorice.
But hey, we won’t be left guessing for long. Mark your calendars for October 4, because that’s when the Pixel 8 series is set to make its grand debut.