Google’s new smartphones, Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro, could be among the most interesting Android devices of the year if their features were really those that emerged from the many leaks circulating online. Some of the information leaked on the web would be particularly reliable, recently shared by XDA-Developers.
The rumor of XDA-Developers is interesting because it is based on a source that claims to have a Pixel 6 Pro in its hands, and that has confirmed many of the recent smartphone related leaks. For example, the device will present a display with a refresh rate at 120 Hz, while the Pixel 6 Pro RAM will be 12 GB.
The phone will enjoy wireless search, and its camera will be based on three different sensors, namely a Samsung GN1 50 MP lens, an ultra-wide Sony IMX386 12 MP and a Sony IMX Finally, the presence of Wi-Fi 6E and the in-screen fingerprint reader also seem to be confirmed. Among the features that are no longer back, we find Active Edge, which will not find space on Pixel 6 Pro after being implemented in other models of the line.
The technical data sheet of Pixel 6 Pixel 6 Pro seems well defined: instead, the date of launch of the two phones is missing, although according to the rumors Pixel 6 could come out towards the end of September. If you want to take a look at Google’s new smartphones, instead, we recommend you watch the short trailer of Pixel 6 released in the past few days by Google.