Google has been working assiduously on its new flagship model, Google Pixel 6 and Pixel Pro 6. Recently, Google Pixel 6 series rendering and some specifications were leaked by tipsters following this service manual, and assembly videos of Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro have been leaked online now.
Pro eminent YouTube channels have leaked the information online. Let’s take a deep look at the leaked information. The service manual of the Google Pixel 6 series utterly illustrates how to mend the Google Pixel 6 series and components used in the Google Pixel 6 series, including the battery capacity of the Pixel 6.
As we look deep into the service manual and assembly video of the Google Pixel 6 series, It claims that the Pixel 6 is packed with a 4614 mAh battery, and in Pixel 6 Pro, the battery capacity is 5004mAh. The approximate Pixel 6 battery capacity is 389 mAh, lesser than Pixel 6 pro. Howbeit, Google asserts that both models can offer a whole day’s worth of fuel after a single charge.
Only a handful number of people would know about the Fastboot mode in the mobile phone. Believe that we are not making erroneous assumptions. According to foreign media, the Fastboot method of Pixel 6 pro has the word “g5123b” shown in the baseband version column, which is congruous with the Samsung Exynos 5123 baseband and also is the same as the baseband toted in the present Samsung flagship phone.
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In addition, the new Google Pixel 6 series is prepping for the October 19 launch. The new Pixel 6 series is bundled with a self-developed Tensor SoC. Considering the recent Google presentation, the Tensor SoC is entirely in contrast to the previous generation of auxiliary AI processing units and primarily Google Pixel 6 series is powered by Android 12.
Furthermore, According to leaked information or it could be authentic information but not yet confirmed officially. Google will offer a Bose 700 wireless noise-canceling headset for free of cost to users who snap up the Pixel 6 series from October 19 to October 27.