Pixel 6 Pro revealed in full in UK retailer’s presentation pages

6 pixels per autophone warehouse

Bogdan Petrovan / Android Authority

TL; DR

  • The British retailer Carphone Warehouse has published two overview pages with details about the Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro.
  • The leak confirms several details that have been rumored over the past few weeks.

The latest leak – if we can call it that – comes courtesy of Carphone Warehouse, the major UK electronics retailer. The dealer has published two overview pages (1, 2) that describe the Google Pixel 6 and Google Pixel 6 Pro in detail and confirm some information from previous rumors and assumptions. The Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro won’t officially hit the market until October 19th.

Here are some tidbits of information we can get from the sites:

  • The Pixel 6 and 6 Pro will be equipped with the Google Tensor processor and the next generation Titan M2 security chip.
  • Google claims that the Tensor offers up to 80% more performance compared to the Pixel 5.
  • Magic Eraser, a previously rumored feature that allows users to automatically remove certain elements from images.
  • 50MP wide angle lens, 48MP telephoto lens, 12MP ultra wide angle lens on the back.
  • The new sensor captures 150% more light compared to the main rearview camera on the Pixel 5.
  • Pixel 6 Pro offers 4X Optical Zoom and 20X Super Res Zoon.
  • Ultra-wide 94-degree field of view for the selfie camera.
  • Five years of security updates in the US.
  • Up to 48 hours of battery life with Extreme Battery Saver.
  • All-day battery with Adaptive Battery.
  • Corning Gorilla Glass Victus on the front.
  • IP68 water protection.
  • 6.4-inch smooth display with adjustable refresh rate and high brightness mode.
  • Offline translations in 55 languages.
  • 30W fast charge.
  • New Pixel Stand that is twice as powerful as the first generation. Up to 23W supported.

Screenshots from the pages

Most of these details have already been rumored, but the difference is that this is an official source that we have no doubt about. At the time of this writing, the two sites are still online.

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