Google teases Pixel 6 on Instagram as “Certified Pixel Lover”
Google released a cheeky teaser for its upcoming Pixel 6 smartphones on its @madebygoogle grip. The image shows the Pixel 6 in a 4×4 grid, all showing backgrounds in different colors to highlight Android 12’s Material You, which extracts the colors from your wallpaper and applies them throughout. user interface. This teaser is a play on the cover of Drake’s new album for “Certified Lover Boy”, which shows twelve pregnant emojis arranged in a similar fashion.
Source: Instagram of @MadebyGoogle
The teaser is captioned “Certified Pixel Lover” and tagged with #TeamPixel and # Pixel6. If it’s worth noting, there is a disclaimer at the bottom which reads: “This device has not been licensed as required by the rules of the [FCC] or other regulators. This device cannot be sold or otherwise distributed until the required legal permissions have been obtained. ”This means that it may be some time before the Pixel 6 duo is announced.
The Google Pixel 6 would be available for purchase starting October 28, with an announcement of the Pixel 6 before then. It is believed that Android 12 could arrive in September according to Oppo’s assistant Breeno, but it is not certain when the actual announcement event for the Pixel 6 duo will take place.
Pixel 6 Pro
The Google Pixel 6 and 6 Pro will be powered by the Tensor chipset, a custom chip made by Samsung for the Google Pixel, which is likely a brand new Exynos chipset. The smaller of the two Pixels will have a 6.4-inch FullHD + display with a 90Hz refresh rate while the larger Pro will have a 6.7-inch QHD + curved display with a 120Hz refresh rate. Both devices will have a single punch-hole selfie camera at the top.
The camera hardware will receive a much needed update. The Pixel 6 and 6 Pro will use a 50MP Samsung GN1 sensor for the main camera and a 12MP ultra-wide camera. The larger Pixel 6 Pro will have a new 48MP telephoto camera. Video quality is reported to improve and perform as well or better than the iPhone 12 Pro Max.