Next week, when Google unveils the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro, there isn’t much left to startle the virtual crowd with. On the other hand, those leaks may have helped to hype up and build interest in Google’s next big smartphone. Of course, you’ll have to put those specs and features to the test, and this latest round of leaks tries to show you how you’ll do just that.
The Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro will be the first smartphones to feature Google’s self-designed Tensor processor. As you can imagine from its name and creator, it’s a microprocessor developed for machine learning and AI applications. It will be used, in particular, to run those programmes on-device rather than relying on external servers for backup.
@ snoopytech_ has shared a set of leaked adverts that highlight how the Pixel 6 users will profit from this. For example, the Magic Eraser is a long-awaited function that will make distracting or undesired objects vanish. There’s also Live Translate, which is already available on Pixel phones but has the extra benefit of not requiring Internet access.
Meet Google Pixel 6 Prohttps://t.co/nNlOnT55gQ#Pixel6Launch
— Snoopy (@_snoopytech_) October 16, 2021
The insider also provides another look at the hardware that the two will be bringing with them. Except for the size and type of AMOLED screen utilised, the two are nearly identical in almost every way. The Pixel 6 Pro also sports an additional camera, a specialised 48MP telephoto lens.
And normal Pixel 6 pic.twitter.com/YBdzjRS293
— Snoopy (@_snoopytech_) October 17, 2021
On October 19th, the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro are expected to be unveiled, maybe alongside a second-generation Pixel Stand wireless charger. With this iteration of Pixel and Android, Google is attempting a lot of new things. It remains to be seen how well it will appeal to Pixel devotees and the general consumer market.