September is always a big month for announcements in the electronics and gaming industries. So far this month, we’ve witnessed the release of the iPhone 13, the spectacular Playstation Showcase, and even the unveiling of the world’s largest television.
But, until today, all we’ve heard from the world’s fourth most significant tech business has been silence. Google’s flagship new Android smartphones are now being teased in the window of Google’s New York store with a notice saying ‘Coming Fall 2021,’ even though the company has yet to hold an official launch event or even share a release date.
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Each Pixel 6 model features a two-tone color scheme, with a deeper color at the top of the device, according to pictures acquired by TechRadar.
In contrast, the Pixel 6 Pro – the Android version of Apple’s iPhone 13 Pro Max – has a gold color scheme on both parts. The Pixel 6 Pro’s top half is noticeably more significant than the bottom half. The iPhone 13 Pro Max’s nifty new camera lenses have gotten a lot of attention. So it’s no surprise that Google is attempting to follow up: the Pixel 6 Pro features three cameras, much like the iPhone, while the normal Pixel 6 has two.
According to rumors, the Pixel 6 will include a 50MP regular wide camera, a 12MP ultrawide lens, and a 48MP telephoto lens on the Pro. In addition, the Pro will have a bigger display, more RAM, and a stronger battery. Google’s supercharged new ‘Tensor’ CPU, rumored to be one of the quickest Android chips available, is likely to benefit both models.
Fans expressed their delight and displeasure on Twitter. Allan Kitz, one of the users, said: “I’m still dissatisfied with the color selections for the Pixel 6 Pro version, even though I’m over here. They are, without a doubt, the lamest of the Pixel 6 family.” Meanwhile, user George 902G said, “I’m digging the new Pixel 6’s style. And also, it stands out from the rest of the competition.”
Google usually releases its phones around October, with the previous Pixel 5 arriving in the fall of last year, so you won’t have to wait long to test it out.
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