Discussion in 'Mobile Phones & Tablets' started by BMox81, 14 May 2021.
A couple of weeks later than I expected
September 13th for official launch before October availability?
That is a widely-disbelieved rumour and not an official release date.
Alleged Google Pixel 6 camera samples surface in the wild
I only see one photo? And that one photo has been heavily edited (badly with some vibrancy filter. That is no way a stock Pixel image of any kind.
Terrible clickbait article. Terrible badly edited picture.
9:30, Mon 02, 21, Mon 13 are the dates/time/numbers I saw in the vid, matching some of the rumours.
There's also an Instagram post which hints to 19th Oct: https://www.instagram.com/p/CTkyMwagXN9/
Ugly looking thing - should have nicknamed it 'Quasimodo'.
To each their own - I think it looks great
I'm hoping it's 30/9/21 especially after the clock was at 9:30 then a couple of slides later the number 21 pops up which would make it 21 days away I'd it came out on the 30th of sep. That's how I " read it" anyway
dad one liners
dont all phones look the same with a case anyway
This really has me intrigued, I have a poco f2 pro at the moment - but the camera has always been disappointing coming from an S9+. Hopefully they nail an under screen fingerprint sensor and have a reasonable price.
Tis a good point although the few I've looked at seem to emphasis the hump
What are the rumoured pricing?
Google have stated the Pixel 6 will be priced as a premium product. Read into that what you will.
Expect a grand for the 6 Pro.
Apparently Tensor specs have leaked: https://twitter.com/chat_station/status/1436634275265138693
2x X1 cores at 2.8GHz, but that feels very unlikely. And I don't think much has changed with Samsung's 5nm process, so the power/heat from two X1 cores aren't going to be nice. I'm more leaning towards dual A78s instead based on previous rumours/leaks.
The pro having a 5000mah battery is nice. I hope it's not lardy like the S21U though
Lots of money.
Please no, not another underwhelming Pixel.
Means nothing at the moment. Also is there any phone applications that need that level of power? I've never seen slowdown on my cheap Chinese phone.
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