The Google Pixel 6 phones are launching on Tuesday, and both the vanilla and the Pro leaked multiple times. The latest batch of pre-announcement photos comes from @evleaks, who shared a host of Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro official images.
The images do not tell us anything new, but they reiterate the new camera bump will be thick and will span from one side of the phone to the other.
The design of the camera is definitely unusual, and the thickness is to be expected considering the powerful hardware nested inside. We can clearly see the Pixel 6 Pro's three cameras, one of them with a periscope lens, while the vanilla Pixel 6 will only get regular and ultrawide cameras. We expect the leftmost cam to be the main 50MP shooter, then a 12MP ultrawide-angle cam, and a telephoto unit with a 48MP sensor.
The Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro are obviously going to run Android 12 out of the box, and we are going to see 33W charging on the Pro.
The official launch event is set for October 19, when availability will be detailed.
By that time you need at least one or even two change of batteries. And knowing Apple with their slowing down updates and worsening the battery, so you get a new phones.
i heard google is going to offer 5-6 years of software updates and 6-7 years of security patches
True. Apple have far superior control over it's SOC. Google should also try to provide at least 5 years of update