Google Pixel 6 Pro with a curved screen and a telephoto camera

Google equips the Pixel 6 Pro with a 6.67-inch curved AMOLED screen, an integrated fingerprint sensor, and a triple camera with a binocular zoom lens.

Last week, the news about Google Pixel 6 en Pixel 6 Pro Smartphones have gained momentum after several products appeared on the Internet to feature a completely redesigned smartphone. Although the 3D renders showed a camera system with three rotating lenses for the camera, it didn’t take long before the photo was shared on Twitter that shows that the Pixel 6 Pro will have a binocular zoom lens and a flicker sensor.

This information has now been confirmed by Steve McFly, aka OnLeaks. Steve got into his time machine to share the latest information on the Pixel 6 smartphones. In cooperation with The most accurate displays to date are shown. At the same time, more information is also known regarding the specifications.

The Google Pixel 6 Pro 5G smartphone met with a surround camera

After Google decided to launch only one smartphone model last year, the Google Pixel 5, it is expected that there will be two models again this year. The larger model won’t get an “XL” rating this time, however, and Google seems to prefer the name “Pro” instead. This time it is likely that there will be more differentiation between the two models. For example, the new models seem to differ from each other not only in size, but also in terms of the camera system, for example.

The Pixel 6 Pro is said to have a 6.67-inch curved AMOLED display. This makes it the largest Google smartphone So far the first with a round screen. There is no known information yet about display resolution and refresh rate. The edges of the screen will be reduced further, and a fingerprint sensor will be integrated into the screen for the first time. On the top of the screen, in the middle, is a hole for the selfie camera. to Google Pixel smartphone met with a bottom camera It still seems a little premature

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Pro model dimensions (LxWxD): 163.9 x 75.8 x 8.9 mm. At the height of the camera system, the device is noticeably thicker and measures about 11.5mm. The camera island is shown horizontally and contains a triple camera system. In addition to the wide-angle and ultra-wide-angle lens, the Google Pixel 6 Pro will also include a telephoto camera to zoom in without losing quality. There is no information yet known about the cameras’ resolution and zoom range.

In addition, there is an additional, visible sensor, possibly the Spectral / Flicker sensor. This sensor detects blinking speed – for example with LCD screens and LED lighting – and then automatically adjusts the camera’s exposure to prevent unwanted ranges. Finally, there is also a flash placed to the right of the camera system.

The color combination is also unique. Google has used a two-tone design a lot in the past. This time the horizontal camera unit is placed between them, creating a unique design. The new Pixel 6 series is said to be powered by a specially designed Google chip called “Whitechapel”. Details about this SoC are still scarce. You can however assume that the new model will also feature 5G support.

Speaking of 5G, last week during the Google I / O conference 2021, it was announced that Dutch users who are downloading Android 12 on Pixel 4a 5G Or Pixel 5 smartphone from now on, also using the fast 5G mobile internet. The trial version is now available for download. The Pixel 6 smartphones will be the first models to feature Android 12 out of the box.

Moreover, Pixel 6 Pro will have dual stereo speakers with a speaker unit on the top and bottom of the device. The new Pixel will also support wireless charging. The SIM card slot has been moved to the left side of the device. The device is expected in fall 2021.

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Google Pixel 6 Pro camera

In addition to 3D products from, Dutch graphic designer Jermaine Smit, also known as Concept builder, Shedding light on the new Pixel design – as shown in the image above. Many have questioned if this is a real photo, but nothing is further from the truth, it’s Jermin’s digital arts that you’re looking at.

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