September 14, 2021, Apple unveiled its new iPhone 13. And we can not say that the hype was at the rendezvous, this new generation is only a minimal evolution of the iPhone 12.
Chance doing things well, new information about the Google Pixel 6 and its Pro variant (main competitors of the iPhone 13) leaked the day after the keynote ofApple. And for once, at Google, the change promises to be radical.
The Pixel 6 better equipped for photography
If we already know the very original design of the next Pixel 6, the new rumors give more technical details, especially in terms of photography. According to information revealed on the XDA Developers site, the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro would carry more advanced photographic equipment than previous generations.
Thus, they would integrate a 50 Mpxl Samsung GN1 sensor, a Sony IMX386 (with ultra wide-angle lens) as well as a 4x telephoto lens with IMX586 sensor already seen in the OnePlus 8T. On the front, the Pixel 6 would rely on an 8 Mpxl Sony IMX663 sensor to capture your most beautiful selfies.
Pixel fans know that Google is formidable when it comes to digital image processing. Adding such muscular equipment to this know-how may well hurt the competition. Especially since (still according to information from XDA Developers) Google has developed new shooting modes such as “baby mode” and “motion deblur”.
Like Apple, Samsung and others, Google should also put the package on the screen. In the program, an OLED panel with QHD + definition and an adaptive refresh rate of 120 Hz. A 5000 mAh battery should power everything and the fingerprint reader under the screen would be there. Add to that the WiFi 6E compatibility and a minimum storage of 128 GB.
Google has still not communicated a date of presentation of its new Pixel 6. But recent rumors evoke the arrival of Android 12 on October 4, 2021. If Google sticks to its habits, this date should correspond to the presentation of the new Pixel 6, or even on their pre-order date. In any case, we should not delay having official information from Mountain View.