For the past few weeks, we have been talking about the upcoming Google Pixel 6. Two days ago, we learned that this device would feature a new chipset, the so-called Whitechapel chip. Today, we learned a little more about the upcoming Pixel smartphone. Here we have some exciting information about this device.
All We Know About the New Google Pixel 6
We learned that this smartphone brings a complete overhaul to the Pixel devices since it is coming with Google’s first self-made processor.
This smartphone will sport a 6.4-inch OLED with a fast refresh rate with a punch-hole cutout for the front camera. We also expect a dual rear camera setup (wide and ultrawide) with no telephoto lens and no zooming lens for the camera. However, one tipster claimed that this Pixel device would be the first Pixel in a while to feature a new camera sensor, coming with improved low-light performance.
As said earlier, the Google Pixel 6 will come with the in-house build processor “Whitechapel.” The device would also have 6GB of RAM. The device is rumored to have a 4,000mAh battery. The Pixel 6 is also expected to come with a Power Delivery (PD) USB-C cable in the box.
The device is expected to come in the fall of 2021. From past experiences, we expect the device to come in October this year. As for pricing, we expect the Google Pixel 6 to carry a price tag of somewhere around $800.
Having said all that we still are not certain if we would stand correct to the fullest. Our best hope is to wait and watch.
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