Google goes on the offensive and begins to seriously highlight its future smartphones. The firm has just unveiled an official video presenting the Pixel 6 in real conditions – until then, only renderings and photos were available. The opportunity to confirm the new, more colorful design of the device, which clearly stands out compared to its predecessors. The various photo sensors are thus placed in a wide band with metallic contours which extends over the entire width of the smartphone. Two models have already been unveiled by the brand last month.
As you can see, Google is subtly putting forward its new in-house chip, named Tensor, developed with the help of Samsung. It is the latter that will animate the phone and will overcome the American Qualcomm and its Snapdragon SoCs. The photo is obviously not left out since it has been the specialty of the range since its inception.
Google is also taking the opportunity to show us what Android 12 and its new Material You interface will look like. The whole looks more colorful than usual. Several times, different times and dates are displayed during the advertisement. It is indeed not uncommon for large smartphone manufacturers to leave clues about official presentations or product releases in this way.
We note, for example, that the 9:30 am schedule comes back several times. It could be the start time of a conference, which would be 6:30 p.m. with us. A recent post on Instagram also shows it.
On the video, the date of Monday the 13th is also visible twice. We can therefore wonder if it is not Monday of next week, just a day before Apple’s long-awaited keynote. Google could thus take advantage of the excitement around the latter to continue to highlight its smartphone.
And leaker Jon Prosser, which was right on the Pixel 6 when it unveiled it weeks before Google, believes that pre-orders could start on October 19, 2021. According to him, deliveries would begin on October 28. We will obviously take all these rumors with a grain of salt, even if the dates seem plausible.
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