A Week Before the Launch, a Leaked Listing Fully Reveals Google’s Pixel 6

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techno.rentetan.com – A Titan M2 security chip, something called the Magic Eraser, and a staggering 5 years of security upgrades are among the fancy new features. We’re only a week away from Google’s Pixel 6 launch event, but it looks like we’ll get a sneak peek at the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro due to an online listing that appears to have been uploaded a little too early.

Carphone Warehouse, according to Evan Blass (@evleaks), appears to have recently uploaded a thorough product description for the Pixel 6 that may have just disclosed all of the phone’s most essential features and information. Unfortunately, the listing screenshots are a little hazy, so let’s delve in and discover what’s going on.

The leaked listing states that the Pixel 6 will have a 6.4-inch display with some type of variable refresh rate, while the Pixel 6 Pro would have a bigger 6.7-inch LTPO screen with a 120Hz refresh rate, comparable to the display on the Galaxy S21 Ultra.

Both phones will include IP68 dust and water resistance, as well as Gorilla Glass Victus for extra drop and scratch protection. The ad also says that the Pixel 6 would have a long battery life of up to 48 hours with the Pixel’s Extreme Battery Saver mode switched on, and that the new Google Tensor chip will deliver up to 80% greater performance than the Snapdragon 765G chip found in the Pixel 5.

When it comes to charging, the Pixel 6 will enable wired fast charging up to 30-watts, as well as a new Pixel Stand wireless charger (sold separately) that supports up to 21-watt wireless charging on the Pixel 6 or 23-watt charging on the Pixel 6 Pro.

Google is also integrating a new Titan M2 processor for enhanced on-device security, as well as five years of security updates, which should be a pleasant upgrade for anybody planning to keep their Pixel 6 for a long time.

The biggest surprise, though, is that Carphone Warehouse’s leaked listing also revealed several new camera functions that had previously only been mentioned in speculations. The Pixel 6 will have a 50-megapixel primary camera and a secondary ultra-wide camera (no resolution listed), while the Pixel 6 Pro will have the same primary and ultra-wide cameras, as well as a 48-megapixel telephoto camera with a 4x optical zoom (or up to a 20x hybrid zoom via Google’s Super Res Zoom feature).

Face Unblur, a new Motion Mode meant to retain a feeling of motion while photographing sports or other fast-paced situations, and even a new tool dubbed Magic Eraser, which is supposed to help you erase undesirable things that may have photobombed your shot, are among the Pixel 6’s new camera skills.

We’ll have to wait for Google to confirm all of these details at the Pixel 6’s official launch next week, but it appears that Google is cramming every new trick and feature it can into the Pixel 6, which is great because Samsung and Apple may finally have some serious competition in the flagship phone market.