The most important feature of the new Pixel phones is Tensor, a system-on-chip that will provide the Pixel 6 series with an array of AI powers, unlike anything we’ve ever seen. You can expect more than just better computational photography.
The official announcement of the Google Pixel 6 release date. Google has officially announced the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro, seemingly fed up with leaks and rumors. The search giant has not revealed all details about its following flagship phones, so we’ll have to wait until fall.
In addition to the official teaser for the Google Pixel 6, one of the remaining questions may have been addressed by Google more unintentionally.
Samsung and Google are collaborating for Smartwatch, which is an old update. But here, this new update tells that the collaboration is a successful one. The reason behind it is mainly the new GN1 camera sensor.
We may deduce this since GN1 is the name of a camera sensor introduced by Samsung in February and has since gained widespread use. With a 50MP sensor and Samsung’s dual-pixel autofocus system, the ISOCELL GN1 (to give it its official name) should provide fast and accurate focusing.
In the latest Google Pixel Camera app update, Cstark27 on Twitter (via 9to5Google) spotted a reference to the upcoming Pixel 6 series. Furthermore, this reference comes adjacent to the word “gn1 wide,” which indicates that the primary camera on these phones may be equipped with a 50MP Samsung-made camera sensor.
This information aligns with previous rumors that the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro will both have 50MP main cameras. The Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro are said to feature 12MP ultrawide cameras, with the Pixel 6 Pro adding a 48MP telephoto sensor.
Currently, no pricing information is available, but if the aim is to compete at the top of the market, the price will likely be $1,000 or more. The Pixel 5 starts at $699, while the Pixel 4a 5G starts at $499. Both smartphones may be launched in October in the US.