The Pixel brand was first introduced by Google 8 years ago in February 2013, and since then, it has included laptops, tablets, and smartphones in its sphere of products. The latest series in this brand, Pixel 6, has been the subject of much speculation for the past few months. The new range is expecting to launch by fall this year and comes with two models – Google Pixel 6 and Google Pixel 6 Pro. The tech giant is planning to debut its specially crafted chipset along with the new series.
Though elemental details are yet to be uncovered, specs and shreds of information have enkindled the tech industry. The new models will prove to be a significant upgrade in terms of camera. As per reports, the prime “wide-angle” camera lens on the following Pixel phones will include Samsung’s 50-megapixel ISOCELL GN1 image sensor. The new series will be driven by Tensor chipsets. Tensor is an AI-enabled processing unit that deploys machine learning. This in-house chip is an application-specific integrated circuit (ASIC) used to accelerate machine learning workloads.
Thanks to the Android 12 beta version, some raw specifications of Pixel 6 models have been unveiled, and a strong 5G support with the mmWave 5G modem has been revealed as one of the features. Versions of this modem are used in Galaxy S20 and Galaxy Note 20. In terms of design, Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro will exhibit a dual-tone layout with a strip on its back panel for housing the sensors. For the most part, both the pixel models will share the same design except for screen size, camera lenses, and a few features.