Google Pixel 6 series pricing and specifications leaked ahead of launch
Berlin: Ahead of its launch in October 19, the prices for Google Pixel 6 series has been leaked. Even though the US based search engine giant ‘Google’ has remained tight lipped on the pricing of Pixel 6 series smartphones, the German retailer ‘Saturn’ has revealed the price along with some major features of the upcoming Pixel 6.
According to the scanned ad, the Google Pixel 6 will be launched at EUR 649 (approx. Rs 56,100) in Germany. This 649 Pixel 6 model comes will have an internal storage of 128GB along with a RAM of 8GB. The smartphone will be powered by Tensor chipset, paired with Mali-G78 GPU and the storage of the device can be expanded up to 512GB.
In terms of display the Pixel 6 will have a 6.4-inch screen. The Pixel 6 Pro is tipped to feature a display panel with a resolution of 1440 x 3120 pixels and 120Hz refresh rate. The smartphone is expected to come preinstalled with a digital car key application.
The camera setup on the Pixel includes a triple camera setup at the rear along with a selfie camera. The rear camera setup includes 50MP Samsung GN1 main camera, a 12MP Sony IMX286 ultra-wide camera and a 48MP telephoto camera, reports Android Central.
Both Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro will share the same main, ultra wide camera. However, the telephoto camera of Pixel 6 Pro is different. The Pro model will have a 48MP Sony IMX586 telephoto camera sensor with 4x zoom support.
For selfies, the vanilla Pixel 6 will have an 8MP sensor, whereas the Pro model will come with a 12mp Sony IMX663 sensor. The Pro model’s front camera will offer two zoom levels: 0.7x and 1x.
As per the report, the primary camera will likely support 4K video @ 60fps with a maximum zoom level at 7X. While recording at either 4K or FHD @ 60fps enabled zoom up to 20X.
In terms of water resistance, it is expected that the Pixel 6 devices will be rate IP68. As the Pixel 5 devices were IP68 water resistance rated anything less water resistance on the Pixel 6 series will be a major disappointment.
With inputs from IANS