Highly anticipated: We're getting close to the launch of the next generation Google Pixel phone event, scheduled for Tuesday, October 19, but the information on the phone seems boring to come out. A product page for the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro has surfaced, as well as a compilation video for the Pro, although it looks a little weird.
The first element of the pixel leak is a listing of ads by British retailer Carphone Warehouse. This is definitely more professional than two leaks, although there isn't much that hasn't been seen or confirmed before - the same promotional photos that Evan Blass showed off a few days ago.
In particular, Google is committed to providing five years of support for future smartphone updates, while in terms of hardware, the Tensor SoC is presented as "up to 80% faster performance". Interestingly, while the claims list has been improved, the Titan M2 chip's translations are localized compared to older Pixel phones, but that doesn't hold true for the performance claims, so it's not clear what the rule of 80 is what's the gain?
(When will it inevitably disappear) pic.twitter.com/EhETg34Pcn- E (evleaks) Oct 9, 2021
50MP main camera Another major attraction is both the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro. Compared to the 12.2-megapixel cameras that Google uses from the time of the main pixel to the second half, the number of pixels increases. ecade ago It is also worth noting that the new models are the "Extreme Battery Saver" with a maximum battery life of 48 hours and 30W of charge in the Pixel 6 Pro. Admittedly, this speed isn't the most remarkable compared to other flagship batteries, but 50% of a charge in 30 minutes should be more than enough.
< p> The leaked assembly video also indicates how much battery is running through the Compact Pro. This is a huge amount of 5,003 mAh, and therefore it occupies a large part of the interior of the phone.
Also a noticeable copper shield between the display and its components, the above battery and battery SoC certainly make for a great video look, but there are a lot of special parts and points that look legitimate enough. If nothing else, iFixit should at least make it super easy for everyone.
The two new Google Pixel 6 leaks cover only a few days before launch