Google is all set to launch its marquee flagship smartphone, Google Pixel 6, in the coming month. The tech giant announced the launch on Tuesday. However, the dates are yet to be released. Among the many newly introduced elements, it’s the ‘neat feature’ that is getting attention in the media. This feature is expected to fix blurry faces that are clicked in motion.
While the latest features of the Google Pixel series are to be seen in the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 pro, customers will have to say goodbye to its Pixel 4a 5G series. The company has officially discontinued the said phone series as both smartphones are presently sold out in the USA and won’t be restocked hereafter.
Earlier this month, Pixel signaled the adoption of Tensor chip, a custom silicon created by Google for its upcoming Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro. The newly introduced features will be based on the Tensor technology.
Pixel 6 will have FHD+ resolution, and QHD+ resolution may be made available for Pixel 6 Pro. The camera for both models will be on the top-center of the phones. Reportedly, the camera will have a bump that covers the device’s support section of the rear.
Besides, phone users may see 7x zooming capability and 4K resolution for recording videos at 60 frames per second. The ‘neat feature,’ which is expected to fix blurry images, will use the Tensor chip for the newly added feature. In this, the Pixel 6 camera will take a photo through the main sensor and normal exposure. In the meantime, it will also capture a backup photo with the ultrawide lens, for which the shutter speed will be much faster.
Although the additional features are yet to be unveiled, the custom chip, Tensor, is already getting popular for making one of the smartest, most secure, and personal phones.
The launch of Pixel 6 will begin in seven countries, including the U.S., Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Japan, Taiwan, and the United Kingdom. However, some prominent Asian regions such as China, India, Middle East, and other European countries will have to wait a little longer for the launch.