Google has pulled the rabbit out of the bag and unveiled the Pixel 6 series. The company has unveiled the Pixel 6 and a “Pro” version of its flagship. The specifications and design confirmed are in line with the plethora of leaks that revealed the key details months ahead of the launch. Both Google phones come with a custom-developed chip called the Google Tensor. The devices also share the same main and ultrawide camera, whereas the Pro model gets an additional telephoto lens. The pricing details are under the wraps, which Google is likely to unveil in Fall. Meanwhile, let’s take a look at the latest Google Pixel phones, the specs, features and other details.
Google Pixel 6 series unveiled
Google has quietly unveiled the Pixel 6 series. The new Google smartphones run on the latest Android 12 and come with a custom chip. Google’s 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.”
Much like previously leaked renders, the new Pixel phones come with a horizontal bar on the back for the camera sensors. 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.
The standard model has a 6.4-inch Full HD+ 90Hz AMOLED display. The 6 Pro flagship gets a 6.7-inch QHD+ AMOLED curved display with a 120Hz refresh rate. Both devices have a hole-punch camera cutout on the top. The devices also feature an in-display fingerprint scanner.
The battery capacity details are also currently under wraps. We can expect that and the pricing details to be announced in the Fall.
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