Google Pixel 6 series is expected to launch later this year. The company could drop a surprise and unveil the two smartphones at the Google I/O 2021. The bigger Pixel smartphone is making a comeback in the form of the Pixel 6 Pro. Design renders of the two devices have leaked online. The Google smartphone is also getting a major upgrade in the camera department. According to a new leak, the Pro model is likely to feature a 50MP Sony sensor. It will also come with an 8MP periscope camera. Let’s take a look at the Google Pixel 6 Pro camera details leaked ahead of its launch.
Google Pixel 6 Pro camera details leaked ahead of Google I/O 2021
Google is likely to launch the Pixel 6 series later this year. The camera specs of the Google Pixel 6 Pro have leaked ahead of the launch.
Tipster Yogesh claims that the upcoming Pro model of the Pixel 6 series is likely to feature a 50MP Sony sensor. The tipster claims that the PVT units have a large sensor. He did not share any details about the sensor size. It will also sport an 8MP periscope lens with a 5x optical zoom. The quad-camera setup will also come with an ultrawide-angle lens and a colour correction sensor.
Tipster Max Weinbach had previously claimed that the Pixel camera is getting an upgrade this year. The company has resorted to using a 12.2MP sensor, with the Sony IMX363 being its favourite for three generations.
The quad-sensor camera setup claim by Yogesh is contrary to the leaked renders by tipster Jon Prosser. The Front Page Tech YouTuber leaked design renders of the device that revealed a triple-camera setup on the Pro model.
The other details leaked about the Pixel line include a hole-punch display with close to no bezels. Google is also bringing an in-display fingerprint scanner on the Pixel 6 series. Under the hood, the phones are tipped to feature a custom Google Silicon. Both devices are expected to launch in late August, according to Yogesh.
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