Google, earlier this year, surprised everyone with the sudden unveiling of the Pixel 6 series. The search engine giant announced two phones – Pixel 6 and the Pixel 6 Pro. Google did not deep dive into the specs but revealed some key details of the flagship phones. The new Google phones feature a custom developed Tensor chip. The company will unveil more details later this year. Google is expected to also announce the Android 12 release date at the same event. While the company has not yet announced the event date yet, tipster Jon Prosser claims that Google will launch the phones on October 28. Let’s take a look at the Google Pixel 6 series launch date, specs and other details.
Google Pixel 6 series launch date tipped
Google will unveil the Pixel 6 series pricing and availability details soon. Tipster Prosser has tipped some details of the devices ahead of the launch. It was previously rumoured that Google will host the Made By Google event on September 13. The tipped date is a day ahead of the rumoured Apple event for the iPhone 13 launch. Prosser stated that he is not aware of the Google event date. However, he claims that the company will begin taking pre-orders of the Pixel 6 series starting October 19. The two phones will go on sale starting October 28 in the US.
As mentioned above, Google has not yet announced the Pixel 6 series launch date yet. The two Google phones feature an in-house chip is called the Google Tensor. Details about this chip are currently under wraps. Google, however, has revealed that the highlight of this chip is its most powerful AI and Machine Learning (ML) models that are claimed to offer “a transformed experience for the camera, speech recognition and many other Pixel 6 features.”
The standard Pixel 6 features a 6.4-inch Full HD+ 90Hz AMOLED display, whereas the 6 Pro flagship gets a 6.7-inch QHD+ AMOLED curved display with a 120Hz refresh rate. Both phones have a hole-punch camera cutout on the top of the screen and come with an in-display fingerprint scanner.
On the back, the Pixel 6 has a dual-camera setup, whereas the Pro version has a triple-camera array. Details about the sensor resolution remain unknown. However, Google has confirmed that the Pro version has a 4x telephoto and it shares the same main and ultrawide camera found on the regular Pixel 6. According to reports, the phones have a 50MP Samsung GN1 sensor. Other details will be announced at the event later this year.