Google has officially announced a big step up for the company and presenting new handsets, much similar to the predicted leaks. The company will offer new sleek devices with a visor-like camera block that splits the back cover in two. The Google Pixel 6 range has been confirmed to pack an in-house chipset for the first time, one that we haven’t seen in any other phone. The company has hyped up everything the new phones can do with the new custom silicon Google Tensor chip. These phones could appeal to a wide audience too, with the Pixel 6 possibly being mid-range like the Pixel 5. However, the Pixel 6 Pro might be a premium device like the Pixel 4. Google confirmed it will launch its new devices in ‘Fall 2021’.
One earlier leak suggested the Google Pixel 6 will be available to pre-order from October 19, with a full release on October 28. Google officially revealed the Pixel 6 in a series of tweets in early August and the company essentially confirmed the design leaks that trickled out through 2021. There’s a Pixel 6 Pro as well, we might see both a mid-range Pixel 6 and a high-end Pro model, with the latter probably costing a lot more than the Pixel 5. There’s a camera block that runs across the width of the back and a 3-tone color scheme in a range of options. The camera block has glossy silver edges on the Pixel 6 Pro and matte black ones on the standard Pixel 6. You can see an all-screen design with a selfie camera in a central punch-hole when flipping the phone to the front.
The company has even put the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro on display in New York City. The Pixel 6 Pro has a slightly curved 120Hz screen of around 6.7 inches, while the standard Pixel 6 has a smaller 90Hz flat screen. One source claimed that the Google Pixel 6 Pro has a 6.67-inch curved AMOLED display and dimensions of 163.9 x 75.8 x 8.9mm, along with dual stereo speakers. Another source points to a 1440 x 3120 screen with a 120Hz refresh rate. The Pixel 6 Pro might have a QHD resolution, while the Pixel 6 might have a 6.4-inch flat screen. A leak also suggested that there is a 50MP main camera with a larger sensor than on the Pixel 5, plus an 8MP periscope snapper and an ultra-wide camera.