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Google Pixel 6 - Most Awaited Android Phone

 

Google Pixel 6 - cannot agree more that this is one of the most awaited Android phones of 2021! Well, Google is continuously pushing its luck in the flagship arena with its Pixel phones to give tough competition to Apple iPhone and Galaxy S devices from Samsung.

What’s New with the Google Pixel 6

 

Google Pixel 6 - an amazing smartphone by Google is all set to arrive anytime soon. If we believe the rumors, Google Pixel 6 will have a 6.40-inch touchscreen display and is going to supports wireless charging. The Leaked images of cases for the Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro have provided a very clear idea of how great these phones could be, what special features it could add to its already amazing camera, and overall, everything new this phone is coming with.

Amoled Display Closer to Reality

 

Yes, we have had our first look at the probable image and design of the new Google Pixel 6, courtesy - unofficial depicts that is fully based on the leaked images.

Renders show a square camera block that stretches across the width of the back, extending out, and have a three-tone color scheme. The bezels of this sleek phone look thin, the punch-hole selfie camera is placed at the center, and interestingly, sources also claim that the colors we could expect are as amazing as champagne gold and white. Truly can’t wait for the ...Read More

Google Pixel 6 - Most Awaited Android Phone

 

Google Pixel 6 - cannot agree more that this is one of the most awaited Android phones of 2021! Well, Google is continuously pushing its luck in the flagship arena with its Pixel phones to give tough competition to Apple iPhone and Galaxy S devices from Samsung.

What’s New with the Google Pixel 6

 

Google Pixel 6 - an amazing smartphone by Google is all set to arrive anytime soon. If we believe the rumors, Google Pixel 6 will have a 6.40-inch touchscreen display and is going to supports wireless charging. The Leaked images of cases for the Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro have provided a very clear idea of how great these phones could be, what special features it could add to its already amazing camera, and overall, everything new this phone is coming with.

Amoled Display Closer to Reality

 

Yes, we have had our first look at the probable image and design of the new Google Pixel 6, courtesy - unofficial depicts that is fully based on the leaked images.

Renders show a square camera block that stretches across the width of the back, extending out, and have a three-tone color scheme. The bezels of this sleek phone look thin, the punch-hole selfie camera is placed at the center, and interestingly, sources also claim that the colors we could expect are as amazing as champagne gold and white. Truly can’t wait for the champagne gold one! It is also assumed that it will come with an in-screen fingerprint scanner and that the back will be made of glass.

Sources have also claimed that the new Google Pixel 6 Pro will have a 6.67-inch curved AMOLED display, and will have the dimensions of 163.9 x 75.8 x 8.9mm (with an 11.5mm camera bump).

Futuristic Design

 

Since the time we have got that first few glimpses of the design, we have also seen a few more new looks of the design that the Pixel 6 might come with. The design is perhaps believed to be angular and sleek which is going to be two different colors. There will be more detail in the camera block which is going to be in the form a bump at the back.

The Expected Release date of the Pixel 6

 

The only Google Pixel 6 release date rumor we have come across so far is that it is expected to be in October 2021, but there are high chances that this could slip to November in case there's a chipset shortage.

Keeping all the aspects in mind, we would expect the phone to come out towards by the end of 2021, which is also true when it comes to Google's flagship phone launch trends. We would still highly expect it by October which is most likely the best bet.
While we talk about the price, that is of course the hardest to guess though, we could expect the pricing structure remains quite like the Pixel 5 cost, which is $699 / £599 / AU$999. We know while the Pixel 3 and Pixel 4 were costlier and premium offerings, the Pixel 5 was launched at a mid-range price. We are assuming Google might stick to a similar price range to return to the top end again

For reference, the Pixel 5 cost $699 / £599 / AU$999 so maybe we could see a similar price again. That said, given that there are rumors of the Pixel 6 Pro as well, we might see both a mid-range Pixel 6 and a high-end Pro model, with the latter probably costing a lot more than the Pixel 5.

Hiked up Performance with Google Own’s Chip – Whitechapel

 

When it comes to the specifications of Google Pixel 6, it might use an in-house chipset, also known by many by its code name - Whitechapel. This is one of the most heard rumored that is to be in the works for Pixel 6 and is being co-developed by Samsung. With the use of Whitechapel, which is Google’s own chip - the user will definitely experience that hiked-up performance Google’s flagship is bringing along.
Rumors around Whitechapel have already started gaining momentum, and we are now hearing that it may possibly be a 5nm chipset that will have its primary focus on AI and machine learning.

Another trusted source has confirmed these claims, revealing that it rivals the Snapdragon 870 for power - a chipset that is high-end but is not the top-end. They have added that its GPU performs well under stress.

Camera Department - Google Pixel 6 USP

 

Based on renders, it seems the Pixel 6 will come with a dual-lens rear camera, with the Pixel 6 Pro coming with a triple-lens one. Moreover, another trusted source claims that the Pro model might come with both a 'primary wide-angle camera' and a 'periscope telephoto camera'. As of now, they are not naming the third sensor, but it's likely to be ultra-wide.

Indeed, elsewhere we have learned that it is expecting a 50MP main camera which will have a larger sensor in comparison to that of Pixel 5, along with an 8MP periscope snapper that will come with 5x optical zoom, and an ultra-wide camera.

FAQ

 

 Q 1. How many smartphones will be there in the google pixel 6 lineups?
Google has officially announced that it will release two variants in the Pixel 6 lineup: the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro. Starting with the Pixel 6 series, Google has replaced the Pro moniker with the XL name. We are expecting the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro to debut on October 19 during Google's annual hardware event.

Q 2. Will Google tensor beat the snapdragon processors in terms of performance?
In terms of performance, the Pixel 6 will be a good smartphone, but a few steps behind the Snapdragon 888's capabilities. Still, those hoping for real flagship-tier performance from the Pixel 6 will be relieved. However, the chip's Tensor Processing Unit (TPU) is expected to provide even more competitive machine learning and AI capabilities.

Q 3. What role will google tensor play in the pixel camera department?
For users, this includes whole new features, as well as updates to current ones. The cameras appear to have a 50MP primary sensor, a 12MP ultrawide sensor, and a 48MP telephoto sensor. In addition, the Pixel 6 Pro will have a camera with a 4x telephoto lens, as opposed to the smaller gadget. The phone will let you experience an entirely redesigned camera system to speech recognition and customizing it to run Google's computational photography models, all in a highly personalized experience.

Q 4. Will Google Pixel be able to compete against the iPhone 13?
Speculations suggest that Pixel 6 will receive 5 years of software updates, an eye-catching rear camera, and a customized design language. The Pixel 6 will be an appealing alternative for individuals who take fewer films and more images. However, Pixel outperforms iPhone 13 in terms of other characteristics and functionalities, making as an attractive alternative.

Q 5. What’s special in the combination of Android 12 and pixel 6?
Google Pixel 6 series will be one of the first smartphones to ship with Android 12 out of the box. A few months back, Google unveiled a variety of design changes coming with Android 12 such as a new notification shade, privacy dashboard, one-handed mode, and a wallpaper-based theming system.

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