It’s official. The next October 19, in two weeks, Goole will present the new Google Pixel. Under the name Google Pixel 6 and Google Pixel 6 Pro, the two smartphones have been leaked multiple times so far. However, there are still many details to be known, and we will do so on October 19.
The announcement has been made official on the Google page. In it we see the device together with the date of the event and the possibility of customizing it. Google is doing emphasis on customization offered by the Pixel 6 thanks to Android 12. The operating system, as we saw, allows multiple configurations and changes to adapt its style.
The event will be held next October 19 from 2021 at 10:00 AM PT, it has been 19:00 in the afternoon in peninsular Spanish time. Previous rumors indicated that it will go on sale on October 26 in eight countries. As always, in Xataka we will be attentive to cover the event and tell all the news about it.
What to expect from the new Pixel 6
The big change that these new Google Pixel 6 bring will undoubtedly be the Tensor processor of the house. Google has designed your own chip to cope with Qualcomm or Apple’s A-series. This, in principle, will allow us to see a phone with more performance by having a chip designed properly for it and its needs.
The company also has unveiled some other official detail. For example we know that the Pro model will come with three cameras, including a 4x optical zoom. This last camera is the one that will not come in the normal Pixel 6 model.
Finally, it is relevant to highlight the screens that these two smartphones will bring. The Pixel 6 Pro will feature a 6.7-inch AMOLED and QuadHD + resolution at 120 Hz refresh. The Pixel 6 for its part reduces the screen to 6.4 inches and a refresh rate of 90 Hz. In both models we will find a fingerprint sensor under the screen.
It will be necessary to reveal what it is price and official release dates in different markets such as Spanish. This is something that we will probably know on October 19 at the official presentation. For the rest, we are left with unofficial leaks.
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