After several weeks of speculation, Google came this Wednesday to end the discussion around what will be the official presentation date for the new Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro. The American giant has confirmed the launch of its two new smartphones for the 19th of October, in an event named Pixel Fall Launch.
Interestingly, and contrary to Google’s own trend, the new Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro will have an event in 2021 exclusively dedicated to their presentation, which speaks well of the importance and prominence that the manufacturer intends to give to its new pair of smartphones, that promise to impact the market.
What to expect from the new Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro?
Several details about the new Pixel duo are already known, either through information leaks or through Google itself. So, starting with the official details, it is known that both terminals will adopt the new Material You language of Android 12 in their system, which will be managed by the new processor developed specifically for these terminals: Google Tensor.
The various images released until today allow us to conclude that these smartphones will, in fact, have aesthetic differences. The Pro version will be slightly larger and will have a premium touch on the screen, thanks to its curved sides. And speaking of screen, both will receive OLED panels, and the Pro version will take advantage of using LTPO technology and having Quad HD+ resolution.
On the back of the device, the distinctive camera module is separated by housing two photo sensors on the Pixel 6 and three on the Pixel 6 Pro. The main sensor and the wide-angle camera will be common between both devices, the first being a 50MP Samsung GN1 sensor. The third camera, exclusive to Pixel 6 Pro, will be a telephoto camera.
With so many points in its favor, the new smartphone duo Google promises to hit the market in a big way and compete directly with the proposals of Samsung, OnePlus, Xiaomi and Apple, for example, with the Pixel 6 betting on the range of entry to the premium segment , while the Pro version will “attack” models with prices around 1,000 euros.
It is certain that with less than two weeks of launch, the enthusiasm around the new terminals has been growing, as many fans believe that the Google Pixel 6 Pro could really be the smartphone of the year in 2021.