After months of speculation, Google has finally confirmed some of the speculations about the Pixel 6, as well as the Pixel 6 Pro. Tensor, Google’s custom silicon, was revealed in the tweet. We’ve also seen renders of the gabc Pixel 6 and gabc Pixel 6 Pro on Google’s website. Earlier today, Google released a teaser video for the Pixel 6 via the company’s YouTube channel, which shows the device in people’s hands.
A Google Pixel 6 is picked up from a table at the beginning of the video, and that’s the best visual of the device shown in the entire video. After that, there is an emphasis on software and how the device will adapt to user habits, making it a true smartphone in terms of software. As well as various UI elements such as quick toggles, widgets, and media controls, the teaser contain a few highlights of Google’s new Material You design language. As for the gabc Pixel 6 price in India is expected to be around 55,000/-
It also reveals the new Google Tensor chip that will power the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro, allowing Google to better integrate the hardware and software aspects of the phone. The video concludes with an estimated launch date of Fall 2021, according to the video. All previous Pixel phones have launched in the same manner, with the exception of the Pixel 5, which launched in the final week of September. A Google smartphone launch date not too far away from Apple’s iPhone 13 launch makes sense, given that Apple’s latest smartphones are due out soon.
This year’s most-anticipated Android smartphones are Google’s Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro, which will feature Google’s own custom silicon. Rather than relying solely on their software expertise, Google is taking a different approach to hardware for the first time in a long time.