Google recently announced the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro, both of which feature their own Tensor chipset. The flagship phones will have a new design and come in various colors. And, while the exact launch date is yet to be revealed, the handsets may not be available in India, at least not in the first round. While we wait for an official announcement, 91mobiles confirmed that the Pixel 6 will support 33W fast charging out of the box. Thanks to a tipster, Yogesh Brar.
Google Pixel 6, Google Pixel 6 Pro with 33w Fast Charging
According to 91 Mobiles, the Pixel 6 duo will include a 33W charging adapter. According to the outlet, tipster Yogesh Brar saw Google using these fast charging bricks at the company’s headquarters. Google’s foldable project, which has been making the rounds on the internet, has been postponed, according to the source. However, it is expected to be shown off in a sneak peek at the Pixel 6 event. According to reports, Google will follow Apple’s lead and not include a charger with the new devices.
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Pixel 6 could get a 6.4-inch FHD+ 90Hz display, while the 6 Pro could sport a 6.7-inch QHD+ 120Hz display. Both phones are expected to have significant camera improvements over previous models, as well as in-display fingerprint scanners.
Both Pixel 6 models will be powered by Google’s Tensor chipset, which is rumored to have been developed by Samsung. This time, the Mountain View company appears to have gone above and beyond with the design of the new Pixel phones. According to the teasers, the Pixel 6 duo will have new color coats that aren’t as dull as the previous models and will follow the color blocking concept. The devices will feature a punch-hole in the center, with the Pro model likely sporting a polished aluminum finish. Rumors suggest that the Pixel 6 series will include a new wide-angle lens, an ultrawide angle lens, and a 4X optical-zoom folded telephoto lens. The new Pixel lineup is widely anticipated to debut this fall.
In a related development, Google recently released the Pixel 5a, the successor to the Pixel 4a, with only minor upgrades. Unfortunately, the Pixel 5a is only available in the United States and Japan.