Pixel 6 and 6 Pro have specifications revealed and will have five years of updates

The Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro have had some details revealed that bring some good news to fans of the brand. The phones not only had their supposed specifications disclosed but also been informed that they will have five years of updates guaranteed by Google.

Google Pixel 6

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According to leaker Jon Prosser, the Google Pixel 6 -- codenamed Oriel -- will feature a 6.4-inch AMOLED display. At the rear, it will have a dual set of cameras, with 50 MP (wide) and 12 MP (ultrawide) sensors. Already in front, the smartphone will be equipped with an 8 MP lens.

As for the chipset, no MediaTek or Snapdragon. It will have a custom chipset from Google, developed in partnership with Samsung. The mobile platform, which is codenamed Whitechapel, will feature the Mali-GT8 video card, the same one used by the South Korean manufacturer on the Exynos 2100.

The phone will still be equipped with 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB and 256 GB of internal storage options. Finally, the leaker also suggests that it will already hit stores with Android 12 factory, with support for updates for up to five years, and will feature a battery of 4,614 mAh.


Google Pixel 6 Pro

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The Pixel 6 Pro, codenamed Raven, will have more advanced specifications. It will be equipped with the same mobile platform as the Pixel 6, Google Whitechapel. However, it will have 12 GB of RAM and 128, 256, or 512 GB of internal storage.

The display, however, will be a plastic OLED panel - or POLED - with 6.71 inches. Meanwhile, the camera set also gains an over-the-rear sensor: a 50 MP (wide), a 48 MP (telephoto), and a 12 MP (ultrawide) sensor. On the front, a 12 MP sensor completes the settings.

The phone will also arrive with Android 12, with updates guaranteed for five years, and will have a larger battery, 5,000 mAh.


So far there is no very concrete information regarding the launch of Google Pixel 6 and 6 Pro, but according to previous information, the manufacturer should officially announce the two models during October.

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