Google officially announced the next Pixel 6 Series with its Google Tensor chipset earlier this year, but the company didn’t mention a specific timeline for its launch. According to a recent report, Google plans to release the Pixel 6 model on September 13, the day before Apple’s potential iPhone 13 series launch. However, according to a new report, Google will announce the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro on October 28th.
The latest tip comes from the reputable Jon Prosser, who recently shared the same report. A tipster said he was skeptical of the September 13 launch date, which was previously leaked by Bald Panda on the Weibo account.So Prosser promised Examine it and reconfirm the information in his source.
After contacting some of the trusted sources, Prosser discovered that the Mountain View giant would not release the Pixel 6 model on September 13. “The biggest event of the year” Not the best idea for the company.
As a result, Prosser reportedly Google The Pixel 6 Series will be available for purchase on October 28th and pre-orders will begin on October 19th... There is no information on when Google will hold the #MadeByGoogle event to launch its flagship phone, but Prosser estimates that it will be the same day that pre-orders begin, October 19th. Click here for the official wallpaper of Pixel6.
Now, with regard to the specifications of the Pixel 6 series, we have a great deal of knowledge about both the Pixel 6 and the Pixel 6 Pro. Earlier rumors suggest that it may be equipped with Samsung’s 50MP ISO CELL GN1 camera sensor. In addition, a recent high-level Google exec leak occurred with the Pixel 6 Pro coming with an in-display fingerprint scanner. And, needless to say, Google has already confirmed that the Pixel 6 series will ship without the included charging adapter. So, while waiting for more details, check the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro spec comparison (rumors and expectations). And what do you expect from the Pixel 6 series in the comments below?