Google’s artificial intelligence (AI)-powered Magic Eraser tool debuted on the Pixel 6 smartphone. Later, it was expanded to accommodate additional iPhones and Android phones. A new version that removes various forms of audio from video recordings looks to be in development by Google; it will probably launch on the Google Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro.
Google hasn’t yet acknowledged anything regarding the Pixel 8 smartphones, however over the weekend, an unidentified person purportedly uploaded some promotional content on X (formerly known as Twitter).
The unreleased Pixel 8 Pro was seen in the video clip sporting a brand-new feature called Audio Magic Eraser. The editing tool was identified as a video-specific version of Magic Eraser. It appears that the tool is able to recognize the important noises in videos and then gives the user the choice to decrease or delete the audio signature.
As for the many kinds of noises in videos, it can distinguish between background noise, people, and music. We would not, however, rule out the potential of the presence of more categories in addition to the aforementioned three.
The Pixel 8 Pro has a similar appearance to the early renders that were published, but it has a new temperature sensor under the camera bump. It would seem appropriate for the low-cost Google flagship Android device to be unveiled in a fresh shade of blue, as is most likely the case with the smaller Pixel 8.
The Pixel 8 line will be powered by Android 14 and may ship in October, based on Google’s prior Pixel launches. At the same time, it’s anticipated that the speculated Pixel Watch 2 with its metal body and ultra-wideband connection would be unveiled.