NS google pixel 6 It’s almost here, and the combination of rumors and official revelations has given us a lot to doubt and expect, respectively, about the new handset. But there are still some things we don’t know – and we’ve listed the 5 Google Pixel 6 things we’ve yet to learn.
It’s not a long wait for sure, as Google has officially announced pixel 6 event The phone will be revealed on October 19. But we have time to anticipate what’s coming in the biggest redesign and refresh of the Google Pixel line we’ve seen in years.
As a refresher, the Google Pixel 6 — in a description released by Google itself — will be a premium device with a strong suite of rear cameras (main, ultra-wide, and in the 6 Pro, a telephoto), a fully There will be a new look. And the eagerly awaited Google-designed Tensor chipset.
Rumors fill several other gaps for the Google Pixel 6 and its pricier Pixel 6 Pro sibling: We expect a 6.4-inch 90Hz flat display for the standard phone and a 4,614mAh battery, 6.7-inch QHD Plus resolution with 120Hz are doing. The refresh rate display and 5,000mAh battery for the Pro version, and up to 12GB of RAM and 512GB of storage for both.
But that still leaves a lot we don’t know. Here are 5 Google Pixel 6 things we’ve left to learn when the platform shines on October 19th.
1. What will the tensor do for the images
when google teased, NS Tensor Chipset potential in a blog PostOf course, the company voiced a number of ways to improve the phone’s operation – but only said it would run Google’s computational photography model to give the phone an ‘entirely new camera system’.
Seeing as how photography is central to the appeal of Pixel phones, we need to know more about how Tensor will transform the Pixel line’s photo capabilities.
Will this put Google’s computational photo software into overdrive? Improve night photography? Capture fast and take clear photos? Is color correction more accurate? Bring more color and light similarity between the main, ultra-wide and telephoto lenses? We’re extremely curious how Google’s in-house chipset will power its phone’s most desirable feature — or if it won’t help at all.
2. Will there be facial recognition and in-screen fingerprint
while we have heard Rumors and android 12 code About an in-screen fingerprint scanner, and even an official Google executive nod On the convenience side, we don’t know if the Pixel 6 will also have facial recognition – both as an option to unlock the phone and as a biometric option for authentication.
NS google pixel 4 Rely on facial recognition as its only biometric, so it’s not crazy to think the company could be doubling down on authentication methods — but the older phone relies on a suite of 3D mapping sensors, and it’s not clear why. Whether or not the company has developed a method to do that without those sensors we only see a single camera in a punch-hole on the front of the Pixel 6.
That said, so did Pixel Team Product Manager Sonia Jobanputra. Say In June 2020 that facial recognition may finally return to the Pixel line – maybe the Pixel 6 is the right time for it.
3. How Different Will the Pro Be
As we understand it, the Pixel 6 Pro will be a pricey version of the standard Pixel 6, although Google has only confirmed that there will be an additional camera on the latter to set it apart from the former. And by ‘confirmed’ we mean ‘images released of both and we can see an additional rear camera,’ so we are left to speculate.
Rumors suggest that the Pro has a larger 6.7-inch display with a 120Hz refresh rate and the rare QHD Plus resolution (3200 x 1800), while the standard is believed to be a 6.4-inch display with a 90Hz maximum refresh rate and, Full HD ( 1920 x 1080) resolution.
were also hope Bigger battery in more expensive phones – 5,000mAh battery up from 4,614mAh in Pixel 6. But what sets the phone apart is hard to determine at this time.
4. What exactly is Pixel Pass
One of the strangest and recent rumors suggests that Google will also announce pixel pass, which we expect to be like a multi-service bundle Apple One. But it may be more than software – a leak It shows That Pixel Pass could also mean users upgrading their hardware as well.
According to the leak, in addition to bundling existing Google services like Google Premium, Google Play Pass, an extended warranty, and perhaps a Google Fi data plan, the Pixel Pass’s monthly subscription cost could also include an annual phone upgrade component. In other words, customers may be able to sign up for the Pixel 6 and then, next year, swap it out for the Google Pixel 7.
It would be a tempting way for Google to become its own carrier-like platform, and expand the reach of the Pixel 6 to people who wouldn’t normally upgrade to a new phone.
5. Will the Pixel 6 get more Android features than other phones in future Android upgrades?
One of the big mysteries surrounding the Tensor chipset and the Pixel 6 as a whole is whether its increased capabilities will enable Google to develop new features specifically for the phone in the next Android update.
While the earlier Pixel phone hardware hasn’t changed much to enable these features, we’re very curious whether all of the Pixel 6’s technology will be more advanced than the older K Pixel — and whether Google will take advantage of it.