Over the last couple of generations, Google has been slowly but steadily adapting Pixel line-up to support more and more advanced use cases and features. Devices like the Pixel Fold and Pixel Tablet provide more versatility than ever inside the Pixel family, and Google isn’t stopping there. As we’ve already revealed, the upcoming Google Pixel 8 series of phones is set to receive a more performant Tensor G3 SoC, modern camera sensors, and brand-new displays, among other things, which should all appeal to power users.
Now, thanks to a source inside Google, we can reveal another long-awaited advanced feature that’s finally coming to Pixels. Support for USB DisplayPort alternate mode is heading to the Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro. Let’s take a look.