Google Pixel 6 & Pixel 6 Pro official early look is here

Google has shared some interesting details

The Google Pixel 6 series is launching this fall, but the company has given us an early look at both phones. Google shared some details of the two upcoming Pixel phones on its blog, where the company mainly focused on talking about the design &, most importantly, its first-ever smartphone SoC named Google Tensor.

Google Pixel 6 & Pixel 6 Pro

First thing first, Google officially confirmed the names of the two Pixel phones. So, there is no longer the “XL” branding for the bigger model as the company has adopted the “Pro” branding. There is the vanilla Pixel 6 & the bigger Pixel 6 Pro.

Google Pixel 6 & Pixel 6 Pro

This official announcement also confirmed the leak by Jon Prosser back in May this year when he shared the renders with the same design. As we can see, the design is completely different from the earlier Pixel phones. This time, there is a huge camera bump or rather a “camera bar,” as Google likes to call it. This camera bar includes dual cameras in the case of Pixel 6 & triple cameras in the case of Pixel 6 Pro. Also, one of the three cameras on the Google Pixel 6 Pro is a periscope-style telephoto lens, the first on a Pixel.

The regular Pixel 6 lacks the telephoto lens, so there are only the main & the ultrawide cameras on the regular model.

Both the phones come with an aluminum frame, but while it is lightly polished in the case of Pixel 6 Pro, there is a matte finish in the case of regular Pixel 6.

Google Tensor

Perhaps the biggest highlight of the Google Pixel 6 series apart from the design is Google’s first smartphone SoC named “Tensor.” Google says that this chip can process the most powerful AI & Machine Learning models directly on the Pixel 6. This powerful AI processing also enables improvements in camera performance, speech recognition, and more.

Google also claims that the Pixel 6 series is built with the most layers of hardware security in any phone, thanks to the new Tensor’s security core and the Titan M2 chip.

Both the phones come in three color options, but apart from the Black color, the rest of the two colors are different for both.

So, these were the only details shared by Google, and we would get to know more about these phones at the launch that is scheduled to take place this fall.