Google Pixel 6, Pixel 6 Pro will likely get faster-charging bricks as compared to the previous iteration. Details about the fast charge solution have been dropped by tipster Yogesh Brar (via 91 Mobiles). Also Read - Phones launching in October 2021: Motorola Edge 20 Pro, Pixel 6 series, and more
Google Pixel 6, Google Pixel 6 Pro likely to support 33W fast charging
As per the 91 Mobiles report, the Pixel 6 duo will come with 33W charging adapter. The outlet quoting tipster Yogesh Brar said that his sources spotted Google using these fast charging bricks at the company’s headquarters. The tipster further adds that Google’s foldable project that has been making rounds on the internet has been delayed. However, a preview of it is expected to be showcased at the Pixel 6 event. Apparently, Google will follow Apple’s footsteps and won’t include a charger in the box with the new devices. Also Read - Google now lets you set interesting avatars as your profile photo
Google Pixel 6, Pixel 6 Pro specifications (rumour has it all)
Pixel 6 could get a 6.4-inch FHD+ 90Hz display, while the 6 Pro could sport a 6.7-inch QHD+ 120Hz display. Both phones are expected to get major camera improvements compared to previous models, in-display fingerprint scanners, among other features. Also Read - YouTube, Gmail, Google Maps stops working on these phones from today: Check if your phone is in the list
Both the models in the Pixel 6 series will be powered by Google own Tensor chipset, which is said to be developed by Samsung. This time around, the Mountain View company seems to have gone an extra mile with the new Pixel phones’ design. As per the teasers, the Pixel 6 duo will have new colour coats unlike those dull shades, and follow the concept of colour blocking. The devices will have a centre-placed punch-hole, with the Pro model likely having a polished aluminium finish. Rumours suggest that the Pixel 6 series will include a new wide-angle lens, an ultrawide angle lens and a 4X optical-zoom folded telephoto lens. The new Pixel lineup is widely anticipated to debut this fall.
On a related note, Google recently released the Pixel 4a successor, Pixel 5a with minimal upgrades. Unfortunately, the Pixel 5a has been limited to the US and Japanese markets only.