Real state-of-the-art hardware with AI features, a high-end panel and interesting RAM / storage allocation among the rumors.
It doesn’t really keep Google secret Pixel 6 family as he showed, named and even provided concise information about the self-designed Tensor SoC. However, all the details are not yet known from an official wellhead, and so far only the launch of the Android 12 system running on it on October 4 seems certain, not whether the smooth and Pro reference models will be introduced on this day as well. The XDA-developers at the same time, it has gathered all the semi-official and unofficial information that projects a highly competitive Pixel 6 Pro, with a 3120 x 1440 pixel and 120 Hz OLED panel at the head of the speci that can down-frame image refresh to 10 Hz.
The 5000 mAh battery can still come in handy, as do the options for wireless charging and reverse charging with wired, Type-C port power transmission. Less good news is that the adapter is likely to be left out of the pack. The source side is not yet able to confirm whether the Tensor chip will actually use two Cortex-X1 power cores (one of which will heat up quite a bit in the Snapdragon 888) or that it will have two Cortex-A78 and four Cortex-A55 units. but a 2 + 2 + 4 allocation is considered realistic, as is a configuration with 12GB of RAM and a choice of 128GB of storage. It could have a WiFi 6E modem, a fingerprint reader built into the Goodix screen, and a Samsung Exynos 5123 5G modem, as well as a UWB chip manufactured by NFC and Qorvo.
If you’re already a Samsung, you can get the 50-megapixel ISOCELL GN1 sensor on the back, and the 48-megapixel Sony IMX586 with up to 4x optical zoom, and the IMX386 in a 12-megapixel ultra-wide role. Sony can close the line at the front with a 12-megapixel IMX663 sensor. The TPU unit of the Tensor chip was mentioned: it is supposed to be thistles is codenamed and will run at 1.23 GHz, with the exception of some camera tasks such as baby mode, which may be able to sharpen blurred family photos due to movement. Finally, Google promises five years of software support and, of course, the release of the current major Android version as soon as possible, and the two Pixel 6s will launch with Android 12, just may not be on October 4th or another time. What is certain, however, is that Google’s top model will be very competitive, and hopefully it will reach us as well.