Below we have reduced all the rumors and rumors about Google Pixel 6 that we have heard so far. Then we come up with a wish list of the changes we want to see on the phone.
Google expects to learn more about the Pixel 6 as the months go by, but so far, the picture of the upcoming Pixel phone is not so clear.
The Google Pixel 6 could come with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 775 chipset, and now we’ve heard the first batch of rumors about the upcoming processor.
Cut to hunt
what’s that? Google’s next flagship phone
When is the exit? Predict it by the end of 2021
How much will it cost? Approximately $ 999 699 / £ 599 / AU $ 999
Google Pixel 6 release date and price
All we know about the price and availability of Google Pixel 6 is based on Pixel 5 estimates.
We expect the phone to appear by the end of 2021, based on Google’s major trends. October is probably your best bet.
As for the price, it’s a little hard to estimate, because while the Pixel 3 and Pixel 4 were high in premium offerings, the Pixel 5 is a mid-range phone, and we don’t know if Google will stick to that price. Or not. There is a limit or not. Return to the top.
Our first estimate, however, is that the company may want to look at a major change over a period of more than a year to determine if it will be paid. The Pixel 5 costs 6 9,699 / £ 599 / AU $ 999 so we might see a similar price again.
News and leaks
In the early Android 12 code, there are two indicators of the features of the Google Pixel 6. One of them is the presence of one-handed mode, which indicates that the Pixel 6XL may be on the way, as non-XL phones will not require such a feature.
The second is the possibility of an in-screen fingerprint scanner, which Google has never used in its smartphones before. This news is somewhat suspicious at the moment but since we have hardly heard anything about the phone yet, all we have to do is do it.
By definition, the Pixel 6 may come with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 775 processor – the CPU hasn’t been announced yet, but we’ve heard rumors of its existence, and last year the Pixel 5 had a Snapdragon 675.
Another Google Pixel 6 marker is in Google’s patent, detailing a possible future phone without a selfie camera.
ZTE Exxon 20 5G
The ZTE Axon 20 5G has a selfie camera at the bottom of the screen (Image Credit: Tech Reader)
Although the patent does not specify how to achieve this, the camera appears to be at the bottom of the screen, as we have now seen in the ZTE Axon 20 5G. Of course, just because Google has come up with the idea doesn’t mean we’ll get an under-screen camera on the Pixel 6, but it’s possible.
Google Pixel 6:
While we look forward to more Google Pixel 6 Lex, we’re hoping for some improvements which we hope to see from the company for their next smartphone.
Google Pixel 5
1. More impressive design
The Google Pixel 5 wasn’t the most exciting smartphone in the world – in fact, some might describe it as a “boring” standard “chocolate” phone.
Pixel phones have never been a true viewer, but we’d love to see the slightly more memorable Pixel 6. Several months before the launch of the Pixel 5, we saw an interesting display that was as controversial as it was special, but there was a conversation with people that you can’t say about the Pixel 5 anywhere.
2. A telephoto camera
Google Pixel phones have made a name for themselves with their powerful camera phones, but the company’s latest devices don’t actually have telephoto lenses, which means all zooms are digital. It’s basically just a crop.
This means that zoomed images have lower resolution and thus look grainy, and it also prevents you from zooming in more than using the camera app.
We’d love to see Google bring telephoto cameras back to the Pixel Line so we can take better zoom shots with the phone.
Google Pixel 3
3. Built-in form factors
The first few generations of the Google Pixel smartphone were very small, so it was easy to use with one hand, fit the pocket well, and felt comfortable in the hand for people with small palms.
It’s not been much in the brand’s 2020 smartphones, but we want to see a return to smaller devices. The market for compact phones (or “small phones”) is in short supply, and Google could really get into it if it wanted to.
4. More processing power
One important difference between the older Pixel planes and the Pixel 5 was the use of mid-range chipsets instead of high-end chipsets. This is a correct decision in theory. Not everyone needs super processing power, and most people can handle medium power.
However, the Pixel 5 did not have “medium power” because it was so weak. In our bench tests, he performed poorly, and he did not always handle the gameplay well.
We want to see Google improve the performance of its phones, whether it’s using better chip sets, or using mid-range processors with better refinements.