A New Pixel 6 Leak Shows Surprising Major Details

Pixel 6 and 6 Pro
Pixel 6 and 6 Pro

Google’s much-anticipated Pixel 6 is about to be launched on October 19th, and there is little that we knew about it. So far, Google has only confirmed two details about the Pixel 4, officially. Google has revealed the new design that this year’s Pixel will follow, and it is a supreme refresh. We had already seen the design from leaks by Jon Prosser a few months ago.

The Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro will be powered by Tensor AI chipsets this year. Tensor is Google’s first attempt at mobile SoCs, and it will be interesting to see what the brand comes up with.

A new leak from reliable leaker Evan Blass and Car Phone Warehouse shows some crucial details about the devices. The leaks from a marketing site appear to confirm that the camera for the Pixel 6 will have a new Magic Eraser feature, and the devices will get five years of Android security updates.

Magic Eraser makes distractions disappear with a few taps. Remove strangers and unwanted objects in Google Photos, so the people and places that you capture remain the true stars.

The leak also confirms that Pixels will be getting 5 years of security updates.

Security risks are constantly evolving. To protect you and your sensitive data against these threats, Pixel comes with at least 5 years of updates, so it gets more secure over time.

Also Read: Another Pixel 6 Pro Hands-on Leaked, Photo and Video Samples Included

The leaked page also confirms some of the details we knew earlier. This year’s Pixel 6 Pro will have a 6.7-inch LTPO display with a 120Hz refresh rate, a 50MP wide lens, a 12MP ultrawide lens, and a 48MP telephoto lens with support for 4x optical zoom.

The regular Pixel 6 seems to have the same 50MP and 12MP wide and ultrawide cameras but misses out on the telephoto lens. It will also have a 6.4-inch display with a “high refresh rate” although we have no information about how high this refresh rate will be.

Google has bever done a great job at protecting massive leaks, and this year was no different. Nevertheless, this year’s Pixels seem to be very promising and might bring Google back into the mainstream market!


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