Google is once again hyping the launch of its upcoming flagship smartphone, the Pixel 6.
On Thursday, the company released a promo video for the Google Pixel 6, which is the first time we’ve seen the phone being used in real-life situations, instead of just renders.
The video focuses on the phone’s ability to learn from usage and adapt to your specific needs. The phone is shown fairly prominently throughout the 30-second clip, giving us a good look at the massive, stripe-shaped camera bump on the back.
The video doesn’t say when the phone will actually launch, but Android Police noticed a Google post on Instagram, in which the phone shows the date as “Tue 19th,” which corresponds with Tuesday, Oct.19.
Google didn’t share any new specs, but we already know quite a bit about the phone from previous announcements.
The phone will come in two versions: the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro, both featuring Google’s new Tensor chipset. The Pixel 6 will have a 90Hz, 6.4-inch display and a dual wide/ultrawide camera, while the Pixel 6 Pro will have a 120Hz, 6.7-inch display and an additional 4x zoom telephoto camera on the back.
The phones will be available in three color combos each (the new promo video focuses on the yellow/brown one, but you can briefly glimpse the white/gray variant at about 0:17 in the video).
Finally, the new Pixels will come with the thoroughly redesigned Android 12 operating system, which is currently available in beta.
ที่มา : Mashable