Pixel 6: After failing to appear in 2020, the long-awaited Google and Samsung flagship take over the iPhone 13

That’s right! According to new information provided by Marques Brownlee, Google is attempting to introduce the Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro by 2020. Whether it was due to global malfunctions or internal delays in Google services, the search engine giant did not finish the phone on time. , despite its best efforts. When Google Pixel 5 was introduced in 2020, I, like everyone else, was shocked and surprised. It is powered by a mid-range Snapdragon 765G chipset and has only two rear cameras.

The rest of the hardware is good, but nothing special. Companies like Samsung and even Apple have flashier phones with more features and additional features. The Galaxy Note 20 Ultra and iPhone 12 Pro series have versatile cameras and very powerful chipsets. Well, as it turns out, Google’s partnership with Samsung for the Pixel 6’s Tensor processor; camera sensors; displays, and modems, started way before the Pixel 6, or even the Pixel 5 was released. Also, by all indications, the Google Pixel 5 is the “flagship” that Google had to rush out the door, after the Tensor system crashed. If you look at the right Google intermediate – Pixel 4A (5G) next to Pixel 5, everything fits:

As you can see, the Pixel 5 is pretty much the Pixel 4A (5G) with the latest full-size (Sorta Sage) coating, along with some additional features such as wireless charging, water resistance, a very large battery, and a 90Hz upgrade. rate screen. It seems that Google is in a hurry to find additional features that can differentiate the Pixel 5 from the Pixel 4A (5G), so it can pass for a flagship device. They may not come with a new camera or camera system at short notice, so we have other extras.

Yes – if you’re wondering, it’s very unlikely that Google has built a SoC from the ground up. That is why Samsung needs to provide CPU and GPU in the face of Exynos and Mali. Well, yes – in combination with Google’s unique TPU for things like image, and speech, we get what Google calls a “Tensor”. “The difference between CPU, GPU and TPU is that the CPU handles all the computing, computing, and input / output of the computer, it is a general concept. TPUs are powerful custom manufacturing processes to perform project specifications based on a specific process, i.e. TensorFlow. ”

Another feature on the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro that is not necessarily new is Samsung’s GN1 camera sensor. This sensor was released in May 2020, and by all means it should be used first in Pixel 5. As we already know, this did not happen. Samsung’s GN1 camera sensor is over a year old, and South Korean technology giant has released its GN2 camera sensor, used in flagship phones such as the Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra, which features a stunning camera experience.

Is the Samsung GN1 camera sensor rather obsolete now? Yes. Is it a bad sensor? No, not at all. This has already been explored in a recent story about what Samsung’s GN1 camera sensor will allow you to do in conjunction with the Tensor on the Pixel 6.

Also, given the fact that the Pixel 5 uses the Pixel 3’s main camera sensor, which in itself is pretty much the same as the one on the Pixel 2 – any new sensor would be a big upgrade for Google. Google has already proven that it can deliver a great experience even with a four-year application. Samsung’s GN1 is only one year old.

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