Google Pixel 6 date reveal in event: Watch the Android 12 phone’s reveal
Google Pixel 6 date and Pixel 6 Pro will be unveiled on Tuesday, showcasing the two phones as well as further details about the Android 12 software that will power them. The unveiling will take place as part of a pre-recorded webcast, and we will most likely learn more about the Pixel’s cameras, the new Tensor processor, and the many features that will be available on the devices.
You can watch the Pixel announcement live on CNET beginning with our preshow at 9:30 a.m. PT Tuesday and continuing through Google’s event at 10 a.m. PT. The event will be streamed live on CNET’s YouTube channel, and the player is also included on this page. This page will also be updated with our live coverage of Google’s Pixel 6 event, bringing together any new information we discover about the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro.
If you want to watch the event live, the company’s livestream will be available on Google’s Pixel autumn event website beginning at 10 a.m. PT.
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The event page is inspired by Google’s dynamic Doodles, allowing you to alter the “mood” by holding down the spacebar and changing the colours and objects displayed on the Pixel 6.
Unlike phone launches when the design of a new phone is revealed, we already know what the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro look like. Both phones will have a camera bar on the back and will be available in a choice of pastel and metallic hues. When both Pixel 6 phones were first teased in August, we learnt they will use Google’s in-house Tensor system-on-chip. The internal move may be inspired by how Apple builds its own processors for the iPhone series, allowing Google to further personalise and support the Pixel phone.
The Pixel’s camera specifications have not yet been revealed, but Google has revealed that both phones include a new sensor that captures 150 percent more light than the Pixel 5, as well as an ultrawide lens. The Pixel 6 Pro’s camera will be improved with the addition of a telephoto lens with 4x optical zoom.
The Tensor processor will also enable software photography enhancements, such as correcting blurry images by merging components from numerous shots into a single image, and will allow the phone to perform jobs that need artificial intelligence. Improved speech recognition, dictation that distinguishes between texts and voice commands, and live translations that integrate Google’s current Live Caption and Interpreter modes are examples of the latter.
Despite these hints, there are still a slew of Pixel 6 rumours floating around, which the Oct. 19 event will presumably address. Aside from the phone’s debut date and cost, they include a probable 50-megapixel wide camera, a Pixel stand with 23-watt wireless charging, and a Pixel Pass subscription that would allegedly package phone financing with Google’s services such as YouTube Premium. This fourth option may compete with Apple’s One subscription bundles, while also containing the cost of the Pixel 6 or Pixel 6 Pro, and would be akin to Microsoft’s Xbox All Access subscription, which includes a gaming console and Xbox Game Pass Ultimate.
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