In terms of best Android phones, none of the Google Pixels have made our list for quite a while. The past few weeks have sparked Google Pixel 6 leaks and news, which has given us hope that Google can beat the overwhelming Pixel 5 launch.
We’ve recently seen leaked renders of what the Pixel 6 might look like, alleged specs for the 6 and 6 Pro, and the announcement of an Android 12 tool that will time out exclusively on Pixel phones. The latter could give the Pixel 6 an edge over other Android phones like the Galaxy S22.
If you missed some or all of the latest leaks We’ll give you a summary of the Pixel 6 specs and rumors we̵7;ve been most intrigued or disappointed by in the past month.
1. Intense new pixel design.
in the last two weeks Two tech advisers, Jon Prosser and OnLeaks, have teamed up with photos of the Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro (or at least a prototype). Says Pixel 6 will get a completely new design and style.
The first leak reveals that the Pixel 6 could sport an ultra-slim bezel, a glass back cover, a protruding rear camera block along with two rear cameras – three for the 6 Pro – bright orange stripes at the top and In-screen fingerprint sensor
Then came the second leak. Focusing on the design and specs of the Pixel 6 Pro, allegedly Pro will have a 6.67-inch curved AMOLED screen, dimensions 163.9 x 75.8 x 8.9 mm (6.45 x 3 x 0.35 inches), triple cameras – wide angle, A telephoto periscope lens and an unspecified third lens – dual stereo speakers and wireless charging
Aside from the specs, Google’s new Pixel design is a good sign for us. Aside from the return of the Pixel ‘XL’, the Pixel 6 has a distinctive personality. While the Pixel 5’s design is more functional than attractive.
2. A (disappointing) Samsung CPU-
We heard in March that Google is co-developing a system on a chip (SoC) with Samsung to power the 2021 Pixel phones, just as Apple’s self-developed chips help its iPhones outperform powerful Snapdragon hardware. Hopefully Google’s SoC is compatible or better than Qualcomm when it comes to Android 12.
Unfortunately, the leaked Pixel 6 (PVT) performance test results suggest that Google’s Whitechapel chip is as fast as the Snapdragon 870 for context. Mid-range phones like the Moto G100 and Xiaomi Poco F3 have the 870, while the 2021 flagships. For example, the Galaxy S21 and OnePlus 9 have Snapdragon 888.
Apparently Google will use the same Mali-G78 GPU found in the international Galaxy S21 with the Exynos 2100 SoC chipset. While many sites speculate this means the Pixel 6 will be as fast as the S21, AnandTech has done it. In-depth tests compared between 2100 and Snapdragon 888 and found that Snapdragon outperforms Exynos by most metrics.
Yes, Google usually sells the Pixel at mid-range prices. and leaker @heyitsyogesh claims that Pixel 6 matches ‘other top mobile chips’ for ‘raw AI performance’. Still, we’re not sure if Google’s flagship will match other phones in 2021 in terms of speed. and graphics
3. Upgraded Pixel Camera and Display
While Whitechapel’s revelation disappointed us, Other specifications of the Pixel 6 also came out. together to reduce the impact
For starters, both the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro have 120Hz screens, upgraded to the Pixel 5’s 90Hz refresh rate. For better graphics, you’ll want a Pro with a 6.67-inch curved QHD display, while The base 6 has a 6.4-inch flat panel that will likely stick to FHD.
We also heard that the Pixel 6 and Pro will have an upgraded camera sensor and are larger than the Pixel 5 in our review. In general, 5 of them do well in photography. But having trouble shooting at night and zooming in So we hope that this New sensors improve in those areas.
Both phones also support mmWave 5G and sub-6GHz, making them reliable for 5G phone fans, and apparently the Pro has a 5,000mAh battery, while the Pixel 6’s battery is slightly smaller.
4. Auto Translated Apps: Extra Pixels
During Google IO 2021, Google announced Android 12’s ‘Material You’ design, which changes the Android UI in every app to include any color of your choice. It will only be available on Pixel phones, although we already know that other Android 12 features that are rumored to start as Android-exclusive features.
One such feature is automatic app translation, which uses Google Translate to change all in-app text to your default language. XDA developers first found the code in an Android 12 beta leak in April. It then confirmed on May 26 that Google was actively exploring the feature.
Google may allow other Android skins to access this feature. But it looks like Google might be using some timed specialized software to make the Pixels look more attractive to consumers.
5. Ultra Wideband in Pixel?
in early May Several tech outlets have heard rumors that Google is considering adding ultra-wideband (UWB) to the Pixel 6.
It is a short-range communication protocol that makes it easier for your phone to connect to other nearby devices. Apple uses it in the iPhone 12 to accurately identify Apple’s new AirTag trackers, while the Galaxy S21 uses UWB to find Samsung Galaxy SmartTags. in the same way
If Google actually intends to add UWB to the Pixel 6, it’s logical that Google may be planning to build its own tracker. This can sync with Google Home in some way. However, we do know that Google plans to use UWB to unlock your car when Android 12 launches.