Back in May, we’d gotten our first (unofficial) look at the upcoming Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro devices that are rumored to debut somewhere during the forth-quarter of the year.
Now, more details pertaining to the specs of these devices have made their way to the web, revealing pretty much we need to know about the upcoming Google Pixel 6 series phones.
Starting off with the Google Pixel 6, the device is said to feature a 6.4” AMOLED display which will get an 8 megapixels front-facing camera for selfie and video-calling purposes. On the flip side, the Google Pixel 6 comes with a dual-cam setup that comprises of a 50 megapixels main camera and a 12 megapixels ultra-wide lens.
Under the hood, the Google Pixel 6 is tipped to be powered by Google’s in-house “Whitechapel” chipset which will be paired with 8GB RAM, as well as an option between 128GB/ 256GB storage capacity. Likewise, the it’s also equipped with a respectable 4614mAh battery and is shipped with Android 12 OS out of the box.
Coming to the higher-end Google Pixel 6 Pro, the phone features a slightly larger 6.71” POLED display that brings along a 12 megapixels selfie camera. On the rear side of the phone, it has a triple-cam system that includes a 50 megapixels main unit, 48 megapixels telephoto lens, as well as a 12 megapixels ultra-wide lens.
Just like the vanilla model, the Google Pixel 6 Pro will also be fueled by Google’s ”Whitechapel” chipset under the hood as well. Similarly, the amount of RAM on the Google Pixel 6 Pro is upgraded to 12GB, and will be coupled with 128GB/ 256GB/ 512GB onboard storage. Other than that, the phone is also fitted with a massive 5,000mAh battery and boots on the latest Android 12 OS.
Though the actual launch date of the phone has yet to be finalized, but the phone is likely to debut sometime near October.