Google Pixel 6 e 6 Pro

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Google Pixel 6 e 6 Pro


Google's Pixel 6 and 6 Pro are all about smarts and imaging

After months of leaks and a few weeks of teasers that left almost no mystery remaining, Google's Pixel 6 and 6 Pro are official. A marked departure from last years' mid-range hardware the new Pixels have top-notch specs focused on performance, smarts, and photography.

It starts with Google's custom-developed Tensor chip. The 5nm SoC has an octa-core processor with two whole Cortex-X1 powerful cores - the first phone with more than one. There are also two mid-level cores as well as four power-efficient ones. The custom image processor takes computational photography on the Pixel 6 phones to a new level.

Google's Pixel 6 and 6 Pro are all about smarts and imaging


Magic Eraser automatically removes distractions from photos, Face Unblur picks a sharp face from a batch of photos and tacks it onto an action shot. Portrait Mode shots are now better with improved subject separation and better skin tone rendering. Night Mode and Astrophotography have improved over previous Pixels too.

The Google Pixel 6 and 6 Pro feature Live Translate, which can translate messages, captions, or text in the camera viewfinder in up to 55 languages. Using Tensor, the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro can act as an Interpreter in French, German, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, or Spanish, fully offline.

Google Pixel 6 Pro
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Tensor also has a built-in Titan M2 security chip, which protects your photos, texts, and sensitive data from outside attacks. To help bolster its custom chip, Google promises up to 5 years of security updates to its Pixel 6 lineup.

The Google Pixel 6 Pro is bigger and has several noticeable advantages over the Pixel 6. Its screen is larger at 6.7-inches, sharper at 1440p, and refreshes faster at 120Hz. It's an LTPO AMOLED that will offer variable refresh rate to preserve battery. In comparison, the Pixel 6 has a far more pedestrian 6.4-inch 1080p AMOLED with an up to 90Hz refresh rate. Both phones are covered with Gorilla Glass Victus, but the Pixel 6 Pro's display is curvier, Google calls it 3D glass. Both have built-in fingerprint scanners, presumably optical.

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The Pixel 6 Pro also has an edge in camera hardware with a dedicated 4x zoom camera, sitting in front of a large 48MP sensor, which Google claims can go up to 20X with the help of 'Super Res Zoom'. On the front the Pixel 6 Pro has an ultrawide 11.1MP fixed-focus selfie camera, a step above the Pixel 6' 8MP regular selfie.

The other two imagers are shared between the pair - a 50MP 1/1.3-inch Samsung GN1 sensor that combines pixels for a final 12.5MP image and a 12MP ultrawide camera. That 50MP main camera is a big improvement over the main sensor in the Pixel 5 (which was the same size on the Pixel 4, 3, and 2) with a 150% increase in light gathering ability.

Google's Pixel 6 and 6 Pro are all about smarts and imaging


Being the larger device, the Pixel 6 Pro also comes with a bigger, 5,000mAh battery. The Pixel 6 uses a smaller 4,600mAh unit. Both will charge at up to 30W through a wire and at 21W/23W wirelessly through Google's new Pixel Stand charger. Both wired and wireless chargers don't come in the box.

Google's Pixel 6 and 6 Pro are all about smarts and imaging


The Google Pixel 6 Pro has a polished aluminum frame and comes in three colorways - Cloudy White, Sorta Sunny, Stormy Black - and in two memory configurations - 12/128GB, 12/256GB and even a 12/512GB. Prices start at €898 in Europe and $899 in the US.

The Google Pixel 6 has a textured aluminum frame and is also available for pre-order, in three colors - Sorta Seafoam, Kinda Coral, Stormy Black - and in 8/128GB and 8/256GB memory tiers, starting at €649 and $599.

Pre-orders for both phones are already open with first shipments expected on October 28.



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Pixel 6 will reportedly use custom Google silicon

This year's Pixel devices will reportedly use custom Google silicon, according to 9to5Google.

As per this report, the upcoming Pixel 6 smartphones — codenamed "Raven" and "Oriole" — will employ this custom SoC (system-on-chip). These devices are part of a platform known as "Slider", which also encompasses future Chromebook devices that will use this SoC.

Pixel 6 will reportedly use custom Google silicon


Known internally as the GS101 "Whitechapel" chip, this SoC is seemingly being made in collaboration with Samsung. It is understood that this part will share design and architecture with Samsung Exynos processors, along with some software components.

The first two smartphones are expected as early as this year, with one of them being the Pixel 6 and the other presumably a cheaper variant. We do not yet know what the Chromebook roadmap looks like.
 
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Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro renders leak showing shocking new design

Google has been playing it safe with the Pixel line for the past couple of generations or so, but it looks like this year it's finally ready to shake things up in the mobile world again. A new leak purports to show us renders depicting the upcoming Pixel models.

Yes, models plural, and that's the first change compared to last year when the 'flagship' line consisted of only one phone, the Pixel 5. Not so this time around: we're getting both a Pixel 6 and a Pixel 6 Pro. And... just look at them.

Google Pixel 6 (left) and Pixel 6 Pro (right)

Google Pixel 6 (left) and Pixel 6 Pro (right)


The Pixel 6 seems smaller and has only two cameras in that huge and unique island on the back, we wouldn't be surprised if one of those was a normal wide sensor while the other one was an ultrawide. The Pixel 6 Pro, on the other hand, seems bigger and adds a third sensor - hopefully a telephoto, although by the looks of these renders it won't be a periscope type thing, so don't expect more than 3x optical magnification.

Google Pixel 6 and Pixel Watch

Google Pixel 6 and Pixel Watch


Hopefully Google will also update the sensors it uses, which are getting kind of old now.

Cameras aside, if this leak is accurate (and a second source confirmed that the design is in fact accurate, while the colors shown aren't), then Google is finally ready to step up its game again and not reuse the same boring design one more time (for its higher-end devices at least, the Pixel a series will keep the last generation's looks according to previous leaks).

Google Pixel 6 Pro

Google Pixel 6 Pro


The renders aren't straight-up leaked from Google or anything like that, but were created by a third party based on real-life images of the phones.

Google Pixel 6 Pro

Google Pixel 6 Pro


On the front, the selfie camera's hole-punch cutout is now centered like in Samsung phones, and the bezels are almost entirely gone.


You can watch the entire video above for a full view of all the angles of the upcoming phones. For now we'll just say that we're finally excited about a Pixel launch again. What remains to be seen is when these phones will actually get official, because the fall (when Google usually announces a new high-end Pixel) is pretty far away still.
 

Wolfblue

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Devem ter visto as cores novas dos novos Macs 24" e a cor logo escolhida pra renders, n combina em nda xD

É mta pena a Google n competir com High-End phones, pois deveriam... mas uma vez que nunca foi propriamente a ideia deles continuar nesse ramo, é pena... pois a nivel de updates são os melhores no mundo android.

Quanto ao design, finalmente acertaram em algo de jeito, pois os ultimos têm sido um grande fail/desilusão na minha opinião.

A ver o que sai daqui e a que precos.

Cumps, Wolf
 

knuts

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Devem ter visto as cores novas dos novos Macs 24" e a cor logo escolhida pra renders, n combina em nda xD

É mta pena a Google n competir com High-End phones, pois deveriam... mas uma vez que nunca foi propriamente a ideia deles continuar nesse ramo, é pena... pois a nivel de updates são os melhores no mundo android.

Quanto ao design, finalmente acertaram em algo de jeito, pois os ultimos têm sido um grande fail/desilusão na minha opinião.

A ver o que sai daqui e a que precos.

Cumps, Wolf
Tenho ideia do Max Weinback (escritor da Android Police/Leaker) ter dito para ignorar as cores. O criador apenas usou as últimas cores dos Pixel.
 

JXulo

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As cores até estão porreiras, mas isso é o menos que com capas nem se nota. Agora o bump…se isso em renders que são sempre ultra mega bonitos já tem esse aspecto medonho, nem quero imaginar o produto real.
 

patalao

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Parece interessante este novo Pixel.
A ver se o chip próprio não irá ser como os primeiros Exynos da Samsung.
Estava a pensar trocar de smartphone brevemente mas vou aguardar até Outubro para ver o que a Google desencanta disto.
 

iMpulZ!

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Parece interessante este novo Pixel.
A ver se o chip próprio não irá ser como os primeiros Exynos da Samsung.
Estava a pensar trocar de smartphone brevemente mas vou aguardar até Outubro para ver o que a Google desencanta disto.

A minha experiência com a Google vem desde os primeiros Nexus. Alguns sairam bastante bem mas a maioria saiu a precisar de ter mais uns meses no forno... este deverá ser igual especialmente com um processador completamente novo.
 

Bzaina

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Aí o bump da câmera nem parece assim tão horrível. Embrulhado numa capa e dentro de uma mochila isso mal se vê :D
 

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Google Pixel 6 Pro leaks in new renders, more details outed

Last week the upcoming Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro surprise leaked, and we weren't really ready for their backs' design. Today another set of leaked renders basically confirms the looks, and the second time around things are definitely less shocking.

Google Pixel 6 Pro leaks in new renders, display details outed


These renders are of the Pixel 6 Pro exclusively, a phone that is rumored to sport a 6.67" curved AMOLED touchscreen, which as you can see has a centered hole-punch for the selfie camera and very narrow bezels on three sides (with a decently sized chin as well, if bigger). There's an in-display fingerprint sensor too.

Google Pixel 6 Pro leaks in new renders, display details outed


On the rear there's a trio of cameras, of which one will be wide, another ultrawide, and there's also going to be a periscope zoom shooter, for the first time in Google's phone-making history.

Google Pixel 6 Pro leaks in new renders, display details outed


The phone measures 163.9 x 75.8 x 8.9 mm, and the thickness goes up to 11.5 mm at the camera bump. The Pixel 6 Pro has dual stereo speakers, and support for wireless charging. There's no definitive word on which chipset will power the device, but we have heard some mumblings about Google making its own silicon, just like Apple. Let's wait and see if 2021 is the year when that makes its debut.
 
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