Fall launch of Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro announced: To stream on Oct.19



On Tuesday, Google announced that it will launch its Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro on October 19 at 10 a.m. PT. Google said that it was officially introducing “you to Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro.” It called them completely reimagined phones and said that were powered by Tensor which was the first custom chip by the tech giant. It described the chip as fast, smart, secure and adaptable.

The in-house designed Tensor chip is expected to boost computer power as well improve video capabilities. Google has often spoken of integration between its hardware and software divisions and the in-house chip is a step forward to achieve that goal.

There have been rumors about the Pixel phone and Google got ahead of a few leaks; however, there is still speculation on whether the rumored folding screen Pixel by Google will debut in 2021.

The Verge reported that they have already reviewed the update of Android 12 but were awaiting an official release statement by Google. Google only mentioned that there would be a push to Pixel devices in the following weeks. The invite mentioned that they could expect a “pre-recorded livestream.”

Pixel phones will available in attractive colors. Some of them will be pastel shades in green, blue, pink and more. The display screen of Pixel 6 will be 6.4 inches will the Pixel 6 Pro will be bigger by two inches at 6.7. Last year, the Pixel 5 screen was 6 inches. The Pro model will feature an extra telephoto lens which have 4x optical zoom.

Google has not as indicated the price range of both the phones. Last year, features were decreased to decrease Pixel 5 launch price to $699 although Pixel 4 and Pixel 5 were launched at a higher price of $799.

Earlier in August, shortly before Pixel 5A was launched, Google teased with a few glimpses of Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro. However, details were not revealed.


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