Google gave a first look at its Pixel 6 and 6 Pro last August and is now preparing to reveal all their secrets. The event is scheduled for Tuesday, October 19 at 6.30 p.m. (French time), it will be broadcast on a dedicated page posted by Google.
Unlike most manufacturers, Google has not kept the design of the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro a secret. Both phones will sport a sidebar to integrate cameras and they will come in a variety of pastel colors. We also learned that they will be equipped with a Google Tensor processor, developed in-house by the firm.
This change could be inspired by the way Apple designs its own chips for the iPhone range, allowing Google to customize and further support its Pixels, for example improved voice recognition or translations into direct.
Improvements in the photo
The camera specifications are not yet officially known, but Google has revealed that both phones have a new module that captures 150% more light than the Pixel 5, as well as an ultra-wide-angle lens. The Pixel 6 Pro pushes the bar a step further by also including a telephoto lens with 4x optical zoom.
The Tensor chip will also bring photography improvements on the software side, like processing blurry photos by combining elements of multiple shots into a single image, and allow the phone to take on tasks that rely on intelligence. artificial.
Many details remain to be discovered
Yet despite these disclosures, there are still plenty of Pixel 6 rumors that the October 19 event will hopefully help address.
Beyond just the phone’s launch date and price, these include a possible 50-megapixel camera, a Pixel Stand with 23-watt wireless charging, and a Pixel Pass subscription. which would bundle the financing of the phone with services like YouTube Premium.
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