The range of new Google Pixel 6 terminals – which should be powered by the company’s custom chipset – will arrive in late September.
According to what emerged, the Google Pixel 6 could be launched at the end of September: here’s why.
Pixel 6 arrives in September
During the I / O 2021 the Mountain View giant did not launch the expected Google Pixel 6; however, for the official presentation of the terminal, it is assumed that we will have to wait until the end of September. Google, in fact, during the event showed a revealing teaser that refers, as can be seen below, to the date of September 30th.
In the Google, I / O keynote for Android 12, the reference to September 30 has been made on several occasions and for this, we assume that it is a reference to the launch date of the next Pixel.
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While waiting to learn more, we remind you that the rumors have revealed that the Pixel 6 series should have a flat display and a central hole to house the front camera. In addition, the smaller Pixel may have two cameras on the back, while the larger variant three.
Big G’s lineup of new terminals is also expected to be powered by the company’s custom chipset, codenamed Whitechapel. The rumors in this regard tell that the first processor from Google will have some common specifications with Samsung Exynos and be a 5 nm octa-core ARM SoC (with two Cortex-A78 CPU cores, two Cortex-A76 cores and quad Cortex-A55 cores. and an ARM Mali GPU); other rumors, however, claim that Pixel will have onboard a chip with performance similar to those of the Snapdragon 7 family of Qualcomm.