After all the anticipations, Google has finally confirmed that the company will be holding a Pixel Fall Event on October 19th where it will be launching the next-generation’s Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro devices.
Prior to it’s launch, Google had recently revealed the official design of the phones, as well as some of it’s key highlights, giving us a good idea on what to expect in these upcoming smartphones.
The Pixel 6 devices according to Google, will be powered by the company’s in-house Tensor chipset – just like Apple’s iPhones running on it’s own A-series mobile platform. The new Tensor chipset is said to offer impressive AI and machine learning capabilities which will elevate user’s experience on the forthcoming Pixel smartphones.
This means we can look forward to an even more advanced computational photography capability, highly accurate speech recognition and language translation, as well as significant improvements to other Google apps that make use of AI and ML on the Pixel 6 devices.
Further, from security point of view, the new Tensor chipset also makes the upcoming Pixel 6 phones the most secured Google smartphone with the integration of a new security core and the Titan M2 security chip.
Aside from the new Tensor chip, Google also revealed that the new Pixel 6 smartphones will be arriving with a revamped camera system with improved sensors and lenses.
While Google didn’t reveal the specifics of it’s camera hardware, a recent report from XDA-Developers claimed that the vanilla Pixel 6 will feature a dual-cam setup comprising of a 50MP Samsung GN1 main sensor as well as a 12 megapixels ultra-wide unit. The Pixel 6 Pro on the other hand, will get an additional 48 megapixels telephoto periscope lens that offer 4x optical zoom.