Google Pixel 6 & Pixel 6 Pro are official with a custom Tensor processor

With all the leaks and hype, Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro are now officially announced by Google and will launch later this fall. Looking at the pictures shared by the company, the smartphones look quite different from the previous flagships. Apart from the new design, Google has powered these devices with its own Tensor processor. Let’s take a detailed look at Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro.

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Instead of the typical XL model, this time Google has decided to introduce a pro variant. Talking about the design, both Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro is almost the same apart from the difference in their screen size, camera lenses, and a few features. Moreover, unlike before, the camera bar runs across the width of the phones and houses bigger sensors.

The Pixel 6 duo features a dual-tone design with a blank left side, while the power and volume rockers are placed on the right side. The front side houses a punch-hole cutout for a selfie lens. Further, the smartphones will have in-display fingerprint scanners. Under the hood, Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro will equip Android 12 on board with Google’s Material You design.

Talking about Google Pixel 6, the phone flaunts a matte aluminum finish that carries a 6.4-inch full-HD+ screen offering a 90Hz refresh rate. As per the images revealed, the rear side of the phone has a dual-camera module. However, the precise quality is not yet revealed.

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Heading to the Pro variant, it features a polished aluminum frame that holds a 6.7-inch QHD+ display. The panel offers a 120Hz refresh rate with a triple camera sensor on the rear side. The camera is said to include a 4X optical-zoom folded telephoto lens alongside a standard wide-angle and secondary sensor. Also, the primary lens is likely to take in 150 percent more light for a higher quality picture.

This is all we know about the upcoming Pixel devices so far. Stay tuned with us for further updates.

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Shivani Sharma
Shivani Sharma
"Do anything, but let it produce joy" Tech freak, Android enthusiast, and a wanderer.


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