The much anticipated Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro have been scheduled for official launch during the forth-quarter of the year. However, ahead of it’s actual unveiling, Google has jumped the gun by revealing the 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.
In security’s 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.
Apart 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 that became too big to be fitted into the traditional square, which explains why the company had opted for a more spacious camera bar this time round instead.
That’s pretty much all we have at the moment, but we can expect more details to pour out as we edge closer to it’s official unveiling in the coming months.