Google has released a new trailer for its upcoming Pixel 6, which includes footage of how the smartphone is used in the real world. The entry comes a little over a month after Google released the first official images of the upcoming device, showing rather than actual photographs. On its Instagram page, Google also teased the phone in a new post that may provide some hints as to when its official launch might take place after “this fall.”
As noted by Android police, the clock widgets in these images show the date as “Tuesday 19”. And yes, October 19 falls on Tuesday. That’s a bit later than when Google announced the Pixel 5 last year (September 30).
but it’s certainly a fitting playing field. My colleague Dieter had the opportunity to test (but not photograph) the Pixel 6 last month when Google announced that it would run on a new Google-developed system on a chip (SoC) called Tensor, which has tensor processing units to increase speed.
to artificial intelligence operations. There’s the Pixel 6 Pro, which will have a 6.7-inch 120Hz QHD + curved display and three rear cameras, including a telephoto lens that folds with 4x ultra-wide optical zoom.Meanwhile, the regular Pixel 6 will have a slightly smaller 6.4-inch FHD + display at 90Hz and no telephoto lens.