Google Pixel 6 Series Official Now
At the Google Pixel launch event, Google officially released its new machine Pixel 6 Series phones, the biggest highlight is equipped with a self-research chip Tensor processor, while the configuration is also basically pulled full, compared to the previous generation of mid-range parameters, Pixel 6 Series positioning is the flagship.
First look at the shape, Pixel 6 series a change in the design of the previous generation, the front hole double curved screen form, the back of the most eye-catching, rear rectangular camera layout, whether it looks good or not, this recognition is certainly there. Pixel 6 front is a 6.4-inch FHD + OLED screen, which supports a 90Hz refresh rate, Pixel 6 Pro is using a 6.7-inch QHD + LTPO OLED screen, up to support 120Hz refresh rate.
Core configuration, instead of Qualcomm, the entire system is equipped with self-research chip Tensor, which Google called “the largest mobile hardware innovation in the company’s history”, the main focus is not absolute high performance, but machine learning as the core concept. Specifications-wise, Google Tensor using Samsung 5nm process to build, 2 + 2 + 4 eight-core CPU architecture, consisting of two 2.8GHz Cortex-X1 super core + two 2.25GHz A76 + four 1.8GHz A55, GPU integrated Mali-G78MP20, 20 cores GPU.
According to Google, the Pixel 6 equipped with Tensor compared to its predecessor in terms of CPU improved by 80%, while the GPU is soaring to 370%, but you should know that the Pixel 5 is equipped with Snapdragon 765G, not a flagship. In other configurations, there is a Titan M2 security chip added, said to greatly enhance the security aspects, in addition to LPDDR5 memory + UFS 3.1 flash memory.
Pixel 6 battery capacity of 4524mAh, Pixel 6 Pro upgraded to 4905mAh, both support 30W fast charging (charging head sold separately), as well as Qi wireless fast charging and reverse charging.
To provide wireless charging, Google also released a second-generation Pixel Stand wireless charger (priced at 79 USD) is a white trapezoidal design made of recycled TPU and polycarbonate and weighing 71g. The phone can be charged by simply placing it on the front. The second-generation Pixel Stand wireless charger supports the Qi wireless charging protocol standard, notably with a maximum output of 23W when charging Pixel 6 series phones, but only 15W when charging other Qi wireless charging protocol-enabled phones.
The second-generation Pixel Stand wireless charger has a cooling fan inside the product to mitigate the extra heat caused by thermal power loss during wireless charging, and Google promises that the cooling fan is almost completely silent during operation. The second-generation Pixel Stand wireless charger comes with a 30W USB-C port charger and a 1.5m USB C-to-C charging cable in addition to the wireless charger itself.
In terms of cameras, the Pixel 6 has a 50-megapixel (Octa PD Quad Bayer wide-angle) + 12-megapixel ultra-wide-angle + LDAF sensor combination on the rear, and the Pixel 6 Pro adds a 48-megapixel lens on top of that, supporting 4x optical zoom.
Other aspects, the series also has stereo speakers, WiFi 6E, Bluetooth 5.2, NFC, under-screen fingerprint unlock and other features. Finally, the price, Pixel 6 8+128GB version priced at $599, 8+256GB version $699; Pixel 6 Pro 12+128GB version $899, 12+256GB version $999, 12+512GB version $1099, is now open for pre-order, October 28th launch.