After seeing Google’s upcoming Pixel 6 series in various places including the company’s NYC Store or in some promo videos, a new hands-on video has now surfaced online recently showing glossy hardware of the upcoming Google Pixel 6 Pro in every angle along with revealing key specifications of the Tensor chipset.
The video has been published by M.Brandon Lee (via @ThisIsTechToday) on Twitter which showcases the product validation test (PVT) or pre-production unit of the Grey Pixel 6 Pro. In the brief video, we can see the look of the body of the phone.
Expected specs of the Google Pixel 6 Pro
The phone appears to exhibit a 6.71-inch OLED display with curved edges (as observed in the video). Also, there is a pinhole cutout on the brow of the display giving space to the front shutter. Some of the previous leaks suggested that the main camera is a 50 MP zoom lens, accompanied by a 12MP wide-angle lens, 48 MP telephoto lens.
Pixel 6 Pro is speculated to have a 5,000mAH robust battery with 23W fast charging support and could be running on the latest Android 12 OS. And for connectivity, the phone is expected to feature ultra wide-band technology, mmWave 5G, and Wi-Fi 6E.
Now talking about its in-house Tensor Chipset, which will brace AI, machine learning with much-improved dictation and translating. The leak shared an image of the smartphone running the CPU-Z app, which revealed that Google’s Tensor Chipset features two Cortex-X1 cores (Arm’s most powerful to date). For comparison’s sake, neither the Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 nor the Samsung Exynos 2100 have more than one Cortex-X1 core, reports XDA.
All-in-all Tensor Chipset features (as per leak);
- 2x ARM Cortex-X1 clocked at 2.802GHz
- 2x ARM Cortex-A76 clocked at 2.253GHz
- 4x ARM Cortex-A55 clocked at 1.80GHz
With all this Google’s Pixel 6 Series is expected to launch on October 19, which is right around the corner.