The Google Smartphone group hits of with a bang this 2021, with these new smartphones.
If last year’s dull Pixel 5 design pushed you off of Google’s handsets, then maybe they’ll win you back with the Pixel 6. These concept renders based on leaked specs come from noted leaker Jon Prosser, and they show a much more distinctive look with a red top panel above the horizontal edge-to-edge camera module. It’s very unique.
Prosser suggests both Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro models in the works, as Google shifts away from last year’s mid-range Pixel 5 approach. Both phones are expected to use brand new Google-made processors instead of the usual Snapdragon offering, so we’ll have to wait and see how they stack up.
These Android 12-packing phones are expected to have large OLED screens - 6.4in and 6.71in respectively - plus new camera setups, including a 50-megapixel main sensor on both. Prosser says to expect five years of software updates with these new phones, too, which sees Google providing Apple-like support.
Google's Pixel Stand also looks is set to receive an upgrade. A leak from a US retailer's inventory system shows an entry for a 'Google Pixel 23W WL Stand'. The number in that product label suggests the new Pixel phones will support speedy 23W wireless charging – at least when used with Google's official accessory. While this wouldn't be the fastest out there (the OnePlus Warp Charge offers up to 50W), it would certainly trump Apple and Samsung's 15W efforts.
If these leaks prove true, it could be a good year to be a Pixel fan and lover. Expect these phones later this year, perhaps in October. Google even accidentally teased the Pixel 6 and so-called Pixel 6 XL (or Pro) in a survey form in July, but quickly removed the references on it.
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