Google has announced, in a somewhat strange way, its new flagships. The company has confirmed through its Twitter profile that the Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro They will be available later this year. They will also arrive with their own processor, a completely renewed design and a telephoto sensor in the Pro model.
The Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro will be available in three colors: black, pink and a kind of cream color. The upper area, which is divided by an elongated camera module, will have a different tonality that seems to vary depending on the model. And speaking of the photographic section, the Google Pixel 6 Pro will arrive with a triple camera, adding, finally, a telephoto sensor with a 4x zoom.
The Pixel 6 will not include an optical zoom in its camera, but it will keep the wide angle and ultra wide angle lens.
Tensor, the first processor designed by Google
The company has designed its own processor for its Pixel 6 and 6 Pro. It’s called Tensor, and will allow the terminals to be provided with greater advances in terms of artificial intelligence and machine learning. Specifically, Tensor will be able to offer greater results at the photographic level, as well as in voice recognition and other functions, such as translation, subtitles and dictation.
At the level of security and privacy, Google’s upcoming smartphones will include will be built, according to the company, “with the most layers of hardware security on any smartphone.” At the moment, Google is reluctant to show more details about this improvement.
Of course, the Google Pixel 6 will arrive with Android 12. The new version of the operating system includes Material You, the new design language that will be integrated both in the interface and in the main applications. In the case of Pixels, the Mountain View company wanted to give them an extra touch by adapting the color palette of the interface to the tones of the back.
Some key features of both models remain to be seen. Among them, the technical specifications of your processor, screen sizes or camera resolution. The Google Pixel 6 and 6 Pro will hit stores in the fall of this year.