Press material leak: Pixel 6 is 80 percent faster than Pixel 5, thanks to Google Tensor
Leaker Evan Blass is the gift that keeps on giving. A couple of days back, he leaked what appears to be the official marketing material for the highly-anticipated Google Pixel 6 and 6 Pro. And today, he is back with some more press content, which originally comes from the UK-based phone retailer Carphone Warehouse Limited.
Pixel 6 Tensor chip offers up to 80 percent faster performance, on-device AI, built-in computational photography
Pixel 6 Tensor chip will apparently make the phone 80 percent faster than the Pixel 5
The images largely confirm what Google and leaks have already disclosed. The phones are powered by Tensor, the first chip Google has made for smartphones. It’s heavily focused on artificial intelligence and machine learning and per the leaked marketing images, the chip will let you translate messages and videos without an internet connection.
Pixel 6 finally gets new camera sensors
Pixel 6 has a 6.7-inches 120Hz LTPO screen
The Pixel 6 sports a 6.4-inches high-refresh-rate display (supposedly 90Hz) and the Pro has a 6.7-inches 120Hz LTPO display, which means the refresh rate is dynamic and will change automatically in response to the content being shown to conserve battery life.
The devices boast IP68 protection against water and dust and their displays are protected by the Corning Gorilla Glass Victus.
The Pixel 6 Pro allegedly has a 5,000mAh battery and Google says it should be good for more than a day. According to today’s leak, it will only require 30 minutes for a half charge and the phone also has a Battery Share feature with which it can charge other devices.
The phones will reportedly go on sale towards the end of the month after a ceremonial event on October 19.