Google has teased its upcoming Pixel 6, which includes several shots of the smartphone being used in the real world. The footage arrives a little over a month after Google released the first official images of the device. They were limited to renders at the time, but we are seeing actual photographs now.
On its Instagram page, Google has also teased the phone in a post that may give some hints about when the official launch may take place beyond ‘this fall.’ Android Police reports that the clock widgets in the images show the date as of Tuesday 19th.
Could be in October
Given that October 19th falls on a Tuesday, we might be getting the launch then. It is a little later in the year than when Google announced the Pixel 5 last year (Sep., 30.). The smartphone will feature a Tensor Processing Unit that speeds up AI operations. So Google might add a few additional AI algorithms to the phone for new features.
The two versions of Pixel 6
The Pixel 6 will come in two iterations. The Pixel 6 pro will have a 6.7-inch 120Hz QHD+ curved display and three rear cameras featuring an ultrawide and 4X optical-zoom folded telephoto lens. The regular Pixel 6 will have a slightly smaller screen (6.4 inches) with a 90Hz FHD+ flat display and no telephoto camera. If you take a closer look at the teaser, you will see the rear of the phone. There is a camera bar back there that may turn off some people but will not perturb others.