will Google wipe our eyes with new mobile phones?

The Google Pixel 6 and Google Pixel 6 Pro phones will traditionally arrive in the autumn of this year. So it was only a matter of time before we found out more about both phones, also given that Google is not very successful in keeping the details of its phones under wraps. Now known leaker Jon Prosser comes up with the specifications of both devices. So let’s look at them.

According to Jon Prosser, who wrote about the new Pixels on the web Front Page Tech Google Pixel 6 and 6 Pro phone specifications should be as follows:

Google Pixel 6

  • codename Oriel
  • 6.4 ″ AMOLED display
  • 50Mpx main + 12Mpx ultra wide camera
  • 4,614 mAh battery
  • Google Whitechapel chipset
  • 8 GB RAM
  • 128/256 GB memory
  • Android 12 operating system

Google Pixel 6 Pro

  • code name Raven
  • 6.71 ″ POLED display
  • 50Mpx main + 48Mpx telephoto lens + 12Mpx ultra wide camera
  • 5,000 mAh battery
  • Google Whitechapel chipset
  • 12 GB RAM
  • 128/256/512 GB memory
  • Android 12 operating system

So they get both phones Google Whitechapel chipset, which was developed by the American giant in cooperation with Samsung. Thanks to his Exynos, he has extensive experience in the field of chipsets. Jon Prosser also claims that Google will announce the announcement of the new Pixels five years of software support modeled on Apple. Pixel 5a is expected to arrive a little earlier, and Google will prepare a separate conference for Pixel 6. It could take place in October this year.

How are you looking forward to the new Pixels?


Source: Svět Androida by www.svetandroida.cz.

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