The launch of the Google Pixel 6 series seems to be just around the corner as Google itself took to the stage to tease its upcoming flagship series. The tech giant teased the upcoming Pixel flagship series through a post on Instagram and a promo video on YouTube. Also Read – Best Free Android Games to Download This Month: From RPG to Brain Puzzle
The Instagram post shows a bunch of Pixel devices and 12 different wallpapers that are likely hinting at Android 12 as well. Meanwhile, a YouTube video gave a closer look at the design details of the devices. Also Read – Pixel 3, Pixel 3 XL Reported to Destroy Their Handsets, No Solution Found Yet
Google Pixel 6 series teased on Instagram, YouTube video
As mentioned, an Instagram post from Made by Google (@madebygoogle) on the new Pixel 6 series revealed the phone running Android 12 with Material U Design. The post is tagged with a caption that reads “Certified Pixel Lovers” — a play on Drake’s album “Certified Boyfriend Boys.” Interestingly, the teaser shows Tuesday the 19th which falls in October. This confirms a previous report that indicated the release of the next generation Pixel lineup in October. Also Read – Google Pixel Buds A-Series review: Going handsfree now “feels” fun
Meanwhile, non-rendered images are visible for the first time in a video of the Pixel 6 smartphone. The teaser video confirmed the Pixel 6 to get Green and Orange colors, while the higher variant Pixel 6 Pro will have Gold and White color options.
Apart from the colored coats, the unique placement of the cameras horizontally at the rear can be seen. Thin bezels can be seen around the perimeter, with a thicker bezel underneath. A punch-hole cutout rests in the center to accommodate the front camera.
As for the specs, the Pixel 6 series is expected to be equipped with Tensor chipset, which is a custom chip designed by Google in collaboration with Samsung. The smaller variant may get a 6.4″ FullHD+ screen with 90Hz refresh rate, while the Pro version is likely to get a 6.7′ QHD+ curved display with 120Hz refresh rate. The Pixel 6 Pro is widely speculated to get a new camera setup with a 48-megapixel telephoto camera. While Google hasn’t shared any official details on the release date yet, looking at the teaser it is safe to assume that the new Pixel series is likely to debut next month.