It is that time of the year once again when Google is going to announce their upcoming smartphones, the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro. Even before the official announcement, the latest leaks reveal its launch date. Both the smartphones Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro are expected to launch on 28th October, while the pre-order starts on 19th October.
Google to Follow the Trend in Line
During the official announcement, Google stated to launch the Pixel 6 lineup later this year, but now we even have the launch date. One of the most notable leaks suggests that Google will be supporting 23W wireless charging this time around.
Now shockingly enough, Google is finally going to keep up with the trend, ditching chargers in the box. This makes the Pixel 5A, last in time to come with a charger. Google finally keeping up with the likes of Apple and Samsung. In defense, Google states that the majority of the users buying a smartphone would supposedly have a USB-C charger lying at their home.
While there were rumors that the Pixel 6 lineup would launch on 13th September, it is unlikely to happen. Jon Prosser, one of the leakers states otherwise, chances are it is going to arrive next month only.
Expect the Best of Android
One of the primary reasons behind the success of Pixel devices is the unadulterated version of Android, envisioned by Google. With Pixel 6, you can expect Android 12 out of the box. As we will know by now, the newer version of Android comes with a complete design overhaul, Along with more focus on privacy and security.
The Pixel 6 is also rumored to come with hardware security as well. The Pixel 6 is also going to come with a completely redesigned Google Translate, making it easier for one-handed usage. The Pixel 6 series might also come with ultra-wideband technology, ensuring short-range communication among devices.
Let’s Talk About Google Tensor
During the early announcement of Pixel 6 devices, the company also revealed about Google Tensor, their first-ever custom in-house chipset. This, in turn, brings forth a ton of features on the table. Start with speech recognition to better cameras. In fact, the adaptation of a custom chipset would allow Pixel 6 devices to decode voice commands on the device itself, instead of sending it to the server, resulting in a more responsive Google Assistant.
What About the Cameras?
Pixel devices have always been known for offering some of the best pictures you can ever take on a smartphone. While Pixel 6 gets two cameras, the Pixel 6 Pro comes with a third 4x optical telephoto lens. This is also going to be the first time for Google to switch to a newer photosensor, since Pixel 2.
The Bottom Line
So, that was all up until now we could gather about Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro. This is also going to be the first time, Pixel devices would come with 33W fast-changing. Let us know in the comment section below, are you excited about Pixel 6 devices?