The Google Pixel 5 was a return to form for the company's flagship phones. With the first year of the Google Pixel 5 coming to an end, all eyes are now on the Pixel 5's successor, the Pixel 6.

Yash Jain

Google has scheduled the Pixel Fall Launch 2021 event for October 19 at 10 a.m. PT / 1 p.m. ET.

The Pixel 6 series's whole appearance has been redesigned, with the body-length camera bump being the most noticeable alteration. The Pixel 6 Pro will have a polished metal frame, while the regular Pixel 6 will have a matte aluminium appearance.

The Tensor chip, which Google developed in-house, will be used. Tensor's remarkable capabilities in machine learning and AI intelligence were lauded. The chipset's performance will be "market-leading," according to the company.

The Pixel 6 is confirmed to feature a 6.4-inch 90Hz FHD+ display with a main and an ultrawide camera module.

The elder Pixel 6 Pro, will manage to fit in a larger 6.7-inch QHD+ 120Hz display. The phone will sport a triple camera module comprising of a 50MP primary, a 12MP Sony IMX386 wide-angle lens, and a 48MP Sony IMX586 telephoto.

There have been reports suggesting that the new Pixels could support ultra-wideband (UWB) technology. Both the phones will run Android 12 out of the box.

The Pixel 6 Pro, in particular, “will certainly be a premium-priced product,” according to Google. These remarks imply that the Pro-level model will cost $1,000 or more, and subsequent rumours support this theory.