Google Pixel 6 and 6 Pro appeared in public at the time of the presentation of the new iPhones
Google Pixel 6 and 6 Pro are scheduled to launch on October 19. However, if someone visits the official store in New York this week, they can see it right before the show. The store is located on 9th Street between 15th and 16th Streets just across from Chelsea Market. Smartphone photos from the show were posted on the social network Reddit by users with the nicknames u / ThisGuyRightHer3 a St. Rami 1190.
The pictures show her back, confirming the leakage of previous advertising pictures. At the top, the camera module should be raised in black across the entire width of the body. The remaining separate parts of the body have a different color. The bottom is white with a gold Google logo. The top above the camera module is brightly colored – orange on the Pixel 6 case and gold on the Pixel 6 Pro case.
It is interesting that the devices appeared to the public at the time of the launch of the new smartphones of the series Apple iPhone 13. Another manufacturer, Samsung, released a beta version of Android 12 and One UI 4.0 for the series that day. Galaxy S21. It shows how tough Apple’s product competition is with smartphone makers Google and Android.
What parameters will the new pixels bring?
Google Pixel 6 and 6 Pro smartphones should bring more improvements over the previous generation. First of all, the new 5nm Tensor chipset, which was manufactured for Google by Samsung. News screens should finally have a punch-hole for a selfie camera and a built-in fingerprint sensor, the absence of which was often criticized in previous generations.
The rear camera will use a 50MP Samsung GN1 sensor with optical stabilization and a 12MP wide sensor. In the case of the Google Pixel 6 Pro, there should also be a 48MP telephoto sensor with 4x optical zoom and OIS. Again, there should be IP68 water resistance and wireless charging. The new pixels must also be given the old new active edge feature to invoke Google Now.
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