The latest Google Pixel 6 Pro is reported to have possessed reverse charging, with 12GB memory spacing and a 5,000 mAh battery.
The new smartphone might be available in a couple of weeks. Despite the fact that competing firms are also releasing phones around this time, the Pixel 6 is likely to be the one to watch because it represents a significant shift in how Google designs its phones.
The Pixel 6 Pro will have a 120 Hz display, a periscope zoom camera, support battery sharing (that is, reverse wireless charging), a screen resolution of 3120 x 1,440, support UWB ultra-wideband Technology, a 50-megapixel Samsung GN1 sensor, a 12-megapixel Sony IMX386 wide-angle ultra-wide-angle sensor, and an 8-megapixel Sony IMX386 wide-angle ultra-wide-angle sensor, Wi-Fi 6E, and under-screen fingerprints are also supported.
The Pixel 6 Pro will not support Active Edge (border squeeze), according to the source. You may double-click the rear of the device to open specific functions, thanks to the addition of a new quick-click capability in the Android 12 system.
According to IT Home’s understanding, Google is more likely to release the Pixel 6 series in October, possibly on the same day as the official distributor of the Android 12 system.
The new Tensor SoC, which is heavily focused on AI and machine learning, is the Google Pixel 6’s standout feature. The Tensor Processing Unit, for example, could take a blurry photograph of a toddler and sharpen the child’s face. The TPU would detect the hazy image as a face and make the appropriate changes.
The Pixel 6 can also use AI and computational photography to enhance the video. The Pixel 6 can automatically alter the white balance and improve the dynamic range when shooting a sunset.
When utilizing speech-to-text, the TPU allows you to modify words on the keyboard while speaking, and the speech-to-text process is nearly quick. Tensors can do a lot of things, and these are just a few of them.
The Tensor processor could have a future beyond the Pixel 6 series, according to Google. According to a report, Tensor will power the Pixel Fold if it turns out to be more than a rumor.
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