Google Pixel 6 spec including main camera, details leak of Tensor SoC via latest Android 12 beta

The Google Pixel 6 series will be available this fall. The series will include two models, the Google Pixel 6 and the Google Pixel 6 Pro. The two phones will be powered by Google’s recently confirmed in-house Tensor SoC. And now, the latest Android 12 beta offers details about the modem integrated into the SoC and the main camera sensor of Google Pixel 6. The code suggests that both components are sourced from Samsung. Rick Osterloh, Google’s SVP of Devices and Services, recently made fun of the Pixel 6 Pro being expensive and in the ultra-premium segment.

XDA Developers cstark27 did a few things dig To the latest code Android 12 beta. The beta version contains a string of “gn1_wide_p21” code, Pixel 6 The Samsung ISOCELL 50 megapixel GN1 sensor may be included as the main wide-angle camera. It has a 1 / 1.31 inch sensor and 1.2 micron pixels. Samsung Also, with the launch of the 50-megapixel GN2 sensor earlier this year, Google may also choose a new sensor. However, the code suggests integration with the Samsung GN1 sensor.

Android 12 Beta 4 also has a reference to the “g5123b” modem, which reports that it is likely to be based on Samsung’s Exynos modem 5123. This 5G modem was used with the Exynos version of the Galaxy S20 and Galaxy Note 20. Supports both subs. -6GHz and mmWave 5G. According to XDA, this modem is mapped to five devices: Oriole, Raven, Passport, Slider, and an unknown fifth device. Oriole and Raven are rumored to be Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro, but the Passport model is said to be the codename for Google’s foldable phones.

In terms of design, both Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro Be expected Dual-tone design with protruding strips across the back panel to house the sensor. These sensors are said to be larger than previous models. The overall design of the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro is the same, but the screen size, camera lens and some features are different. Google Pixel 6 spec including main camera, details leak of Tensor SoC via latest Android 12 beta

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