Although the Google Pixel 6 duo hasn’t been released yet in the market, plenty of rumors and leaks are coming out every single day. Needless to say that we’ve learned so much about the Pixel 6 series for sure because some of the leaks or reports seem applicable. Well, there is another leak that came out recently about the Pixel 6 Pro that includes some useful details of the camera segment, display, and some other features.
It’s been already known to us that the Pixel 6 Pro will be the highest variant model that will come with a triple rear camera setup. While Google has also indicated that the smartphone will be much superior to its previous generation of Pixel models. Meanwhile, XDA Developers has mentioned that the Pixel 6 Pro will be equipped with a 50MP Samsung GN1 sensor.
Additionally, a 12MP Sony IMX386 sensor ultra-wide lens will be also used for a 4x telephoto lens (Sony IMX586). On the other side, a 12MP selfie shooter (Sony IMX663) will be present on the front. Now, the leaks are coming out that the phone will have a ‘baby mode’ and a ‘motion deblur’ mode in the camera option. We’re not sure what will these options do but it seems that Google has included them definitely to improve any sort of user experience.
Apart from the camera specs, the latest report also showcases that the Pixel 6 Pro will come up with a 120Hz adaptive refresh rate screen on the 1440p resolution display. The best part will be that the users can use 120Hz at full resolution. Additionally, the AOD (Always-on-display) feature will support a variable refresh rate between 10Hz and 30Hz according to the requirement to save battery juice.
Leaks are also suggesting that the Google Pixel 6 Pro may not support the ‘Active Edge’ feature unlike its previous generation of Pixel devices that allowed users to simply squeeze their device to trigger Google Assistant. Maybe the squeezing option didn’t become popular or useful enough among the Pixel users that’s why Google has ditched it this time. While the ‘Battery Share’ feature is included just like the Pixel 5.
Reports are also indicating that UWB could also take a part in the Pixel 6 Pro this time because Google has confirmed this feature multiple times before. It’s so-called a digital car key app that comes pre-installed on the device and it uses the UWB hardware from Qorvo to turn on/off your car engine or battery most probably.
Finalizing this article, several reports are also indicating that a 5,000mAh non-removable battery, 128GB of onboard storage, Wi-Fi 6E, an under-display fingerprint sensor from Goodix, an audio amplifier from Cirrus Logic, Linux kernel version 5.10 that can help to get five years of software support, etc could be included on the Pro variant expectedly. Just keep an eye on our blog for more info like this.