October 20 2021 12:32 GMT
Update Date: October 20 2021 12:45 GMT
The German magazine “Der Spiegel” has regained its confidence in its competitiveness with the launch of its Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro smartphones by the leading internet and information technology company “Google”.
Google plans to be at the forefront of smartphone makers in the future, but its two devices, which were officially unveiled on Tuesday, will lead to more competition, especially as they make more competition more competitive, especially when it comes to price. “
The magazine says, “Google’s designers were brave at this time,” and while users are always excited and excited about the large camera lenses on the backs of smartphones on the market today, “Google’s technologists have done something amazing in this area. It dominates the entire width of the device.” And by the camera body extended at the stunning cross-section.
The German newspaper adds: “It’s true that the rear camera is not very accurate on the market right now, but it’s unique, so spectacular.”
Just as Apple ‘s airplanes were once distinguished by their white plastic appearance, in the future they will recognize Google’s new devices, the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro, as trademarks that “will somehow be the forerunner of the giant.”
For years, Spiegel noted that the U.S. company with smartphones lags far behind companies such as Samsung and Hawaii, with Google director Rick Osterlow in an exclusive report to the German press: “Both models now offered will be helpful. They will bring, ”he admitted, acknowledging that Google has not yet been given what it deserves.
The most important element is the Tensor Processing Unit (TPU), the first smartphone chip developed by Google, and the company – so to speak – designed this processor specifically to improve the core functionality of its programs. Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML).)
The new processing unit will provide 80% better performance compared to previous versions of Google phones (Pixel 5).
There are positive signs that the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro cameras are worth a try. The two devices feature three rear cameras, a 50-megapixel wide-angle camera and a 12-megapixel camera.
The Pro model also has a third 48MP telephoto camera, which offers 4D “optical zoom” up to 20x (digital zoom), and the front cameras are 8MP (Pixel 6) and 11.1 MB (Pixel 6 Pro).
As a special camera, Google announced two new methods; Capture, interesting lighting effects and intense movement can be recorded in photos using long distance exposures and dynamic effects.
Google describes the cameras in the new Pixel cell phones as “original” because they want to reproduce different skin tones of people in a particularly realistic way.
Depending on the many requests of the smartphone users, it can be charged wirelessly from chargers that meet the Pixel 6Q standard.
With the cable, the battery is half-charged within 30 minutes using a 30 watt charger, after which the user must bring a suitable charger or purchase it as an accessory; Google will only place the charging cable in the new phone’s collection.
The features of the two new Google phones will be the same, except for the phone’s camera and some minor differences in the screens.
The 6.4-inch Pixel 6 display has a maximum refresh rate of 90 Hz, while the 6.7-inch Pixel 6 Pro screen displays up to 120 images per second.
Additionally, the Pixel 6’s storage space is limited to 128 gigabytes (GB), and the Pixel 6 Pro is optionally available with 128 or 256 gigabytes of storage.
Spiegel believes prices for both phones are moderate. Google will get the Pixel 6 for 9 649, and the Pixel 6 Pro for 8 899 or 99 999 depending on memory capacity. Both phones will be equipped with the new Android 12 operating system. Future versions of Android on the new Pixel phones will be fitted for three years.
When both phones become available from October 28th, Google promises to provide security updates for five years.
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