And it is exactly what we expect. A clay-like interface and Google’s own chip!
Leading up to the Pixel 6 reveal this coming autumn, the company has officially teased the phone on YouTube. The speculated “cyborg” camera layout has been confirmed thanks to this trailer
The phone has also been previously been teased on Instagram, showing off its Material You design. This new design language was introduced by Google during Google’s I/O 2021 and features a simplistic, rounded and clay-like design all over Android 12’s interface. This is going to be the theme of most Android One phones that’s using Android 12.
Another part teased on the trailer is the custom-made Google chipset called Google Tensor exclusively for the Pixel 6 series. This chipset is codenamed “Whitechapel” and may be based on a Samsung 4nm process.
The phone was also teased on Instagram with a date stating “19th Tuesday”. As per 9to5google, the only time and date with that time frame is October 19th, making that day the possible reveal of both the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro. That date is also within the “autumn” release Google kept teasing.
We’re waiting what this phone can do versus the iPhone 13. To recall, the regular variant would have a dual camera system while the “Pro” variant will have a triple camera system, one of which includes a periscope telephoto camera! Oh, it will still use its popular camera app called “Google Camera” that’s known for amazing computational photography and AI algorithms.