Google has released a new video teaser for the upcoming Pixel 6, in which the smartphone is shown both in renders and in real life. The video was published a little more than a month after Google published the first official renderings of the smartphone.
In its Instagram account, Google also posted an image of the Pixel 6, which hints at the launch date of the new product. Android Police have noticed that the clock widgets on the smartphones shown show the date “Tuesday 19”. Tuesday is the date of October 19, 2021, so it is very likely that Google will unveil the Pixel 6 on this very day. Recall that the Pixel 5 was unveiled on September 30 last year.
The Pixel 6 will be based on the Tensor chipset developed by Google in partnership with Samsung. It is reported that the device will be available in two versions. The base Pixel 6 will get a flat 6.4-inch screen with a refresh rate of 90 Hz and full HD + resolution.
The more advanced Pixel 6 Pro will boast a curved 6.7-inch display with a 120Hz refresh rate and QHD + resolution. The rear camera of the device will consist of three sensors, one of which will be supplemented by a telephoto lens with 4x optical zoom.