The world's first all
Google phone is here.
The first Google chip in a smartphone, Google Tensor, is clever enough to make picture bombers vanish.
And Live Translate understands both your and her native tongues.
The internet is not required.
With configurable palettes, widgets, and more from Material.
It adapts to your style, with the most layers of hardware.
On a smartphone, security is important.
Only on Google's all-new phone, Google pixel 6.
For everything you are.
The Google Pixel 6 Pro is a smartphone from Google.
It's the first
Google phone, and it's fast, smart, and secure.
Distracts can be erased with the Magic Eraser.
It was as simple as that.
Even if you don't have access to the internet, Live Interpret can translate conversations, messages, and photographs.
And the Pixel 6 Pro has the highest security rating.
So you're covered in terms of your digital life.
All You Need Is The Pixel 6 Pro.
Google officially launched the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro today, but we already knew everything about them because they leaked information months before the event.
But Google's desperate attempts to gin up excitement for the Pixel 6 make more sense when you consider that it's been five years, eleven if you add the Nexi, since Google tried to manufacture a phone.
The Pixel 6 will change everything for Google phones, which currently account for only 2 to 4% of the smartphone industry.
It's got Tensor, Google's first in-
house mobile chip.
Take a look at the chips developed by Apple.
They are adored by all.
Let's take a look at what Google released today to see if the Pixel 6 is something to be excited about.
With a few small modifications in battery and panel size, the Pixel 2, 3, and 4 were all essentially the same phone as their XL predecessors.
The Pixel 6 Pro, however, boasts a few noteworthy improvements over the 599 Pixel 6, including a slightly larger and higher quality curved edge display, reduced bezels, and an adaptive refresh rate of up to 120Hz instead of 90Hz.
Back cameras on both phones are 50 megapixel wide and 12 megapixel ultra wide.
However, the Pro includes a 48- megapixel telephoto lens with folding optics, which I'll continue to refer to as a periscope lens until they realize we want an actual small periscope to come out of the camera.
Is it possible for us to make it happen?
I'm sick of waiting for Google to do something.
The Pro also features a superior front camera, with 11.1 megapixels instead of 8, and greater ram and storage capacity options, all of which are perplexing.
ly constrained by color?
What exactly is it?
You want to get a 512GB Pixel 6 Pro in Sorta Sunny?
That quantity of storage, you moron, is clearly incompatible with that hue.
Cloudy White, on the other hand, can do 256.
When it accumulated enough experience points, it was able to unlock that storage tier.
What matters more is what the two Pixel 6s have in common.
The Google Tensor is a completely new processor created by Google and produced by Samsung especially for Pixels.
Who else could have designed it, given that the Tensor could be the Samsung Exynos 9855 that has been found in leaks?
And while that may not be the case, the chip schematic Google unveiled today has the same number of high
tier, and high
cores as a leak from an XDA developer.
- 76 cores from
The same individual who claimed Google utilized two ARM Cortex A
2018 instead of more contemporary A
77 or A
also claimed Google used two ARM Cortex A
76 cores from 2017
Regardless of whether Google borne the majority of the burden in developing this technology or not, it's evident that they support it.
Thanks to a powerful 20
core GPU, it promises to have 80 percent better CPU performance and 370 percent quicker graphics than the Pixel 5.
Those are very impressive Apple silicon figures, especially when compared to its predecessors rather than contemporary competitors.
You'd have to ask Gamers Nexus about that.
The new camera software features available in the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro that take advantage of Tensor's machine learning chops were the only other indicators of Tensor's performance we saw today.
And I've got to say, they're quite cool
Magic Eraser is like Photoshop's content aware fill, but embedded straight into the Android camera app.
It's not impossible to do with a phone, but it seems rewarding to be able to rapidly squiggle a guy out of existence for having the temerity to obscure your shot.
I'm a creative person.
There are a few options for blurring and deblurring photos as well.
Face unblur combines shots from the wide and ultra
wide back cameras,
allowing you to save a smudgy photo that you would have otherwise discarded in disgust and embarrassment, while motion mode allows you to purposefully add motion blur to portions of a photo.
The finished effect appears to be similar to a long exposure photograph, with the exception that you didn't have to tell your pals to stand absolutely still in front of a Ferris wheel or a train for an extended period of time.
Way is fantastic news because my pals are sick of me torturing them like this.
It's a fight, and it's my burden, once again, artists.
Tensor's machine learning capabilities also aid in scene analysis to ensure that photo subjects of all skin tones and complexions are appropriately represented.
For a long time, it's been a topic of discussion in the media production sector.
So it's wonderful to see Google attempting to ensure that images depict what people genuinely look like, which is, after all, what a photo is supposed to do, right?
So there was one element in today's keynote that I hadn't seen mentioned in all of the leaks and that made me very happy.
Google's camera functionality will be available to developers in non
So you won't have to open your camera app, take a photo, and then attach it to a WhatsApp message to avoid utilizing the built
in WhatsApp camera
which on my phone looks like a pain.
But Tensor isn't just about taking pictures.
The chip's power will also be used to make speech dictation much faster and more contextual.
Is it a C, a K, or a question mark while remembering how to spell tough names like Catherine?
You don't even have to utter "question mark" anymore, just kidding.
Live translation is being added to Android's live caption feature.
For years, Google has demonstrated some type of real
but this time they got Marie Kondo.
Do you recall her?
Is this the 2019 Spark Joy Lady?
What was it about this year that didn't make you happy?
They persuaded her to come on and test out the function.
She also stated that it was excellent.
So, if it was awful, she would've tossed it out, right?
No, it's right here on your chat app.
But, most crucially, we're getting a sort of successor to Screen Call, the most innovative Pixel feature in recent memory.
Hold For Me will stay on hold for you while Direct My Call listens to automated phone menu systems and gives you an onscreen UI to navigate instead.
Should you wait while Google restocks the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro in their store, which kept crashing during the live stream?
That remains to be seen, because even though we have the Google Pixel 6 here and are allowed to tell you about it, we can't show you anything it can do just yet.
So, excellent job, Google, but I'll stick with the Pixel 6A unless our testing indicate otherwise.
Thank you for taking the time to read this, gentlemen.
Hey, if you're searching for something new to read, check out my AI and IOT articles to catch up.
This week was jam-packed with information.
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