Google Pixel 6 Camera Enhancements Tip in New Leak

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Information about the Google Pixel 6’s camera has leaked and the flagship is expected to come with several improvements to the Image Processor (ISP) and video recording processor, according to Tipster. Unlike last year, Google is expected to release two smartphones – vanilla Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro – in the flagship Pixel 6 series this year. Previous reports have already claimed that both phones will have multiple camera settings, and the Pro variant will be equipped with three rear cameras.

A hint named Tron said in tweeting that the Pixel 6 smartphone will have several improvements overall in the camera department. Without explicitly mentioning whether they are talking about vanilla Pixel 6 or Pixel 6 Pro, the advisor says that the “Pixel 6” will offer a Gimbal-like mode of stable camera, which we have already seen in many smartphones from Vivo, as well as in the LG Wing.

In addition, the advisor says that the Pixel 6 will have a “larger Samsung sensor, a Google user NPU (neural processing device) and an ISP” that will perform better than last year’s Pixel 5 smartphone. Tron also claims that the smartphone from Google will also bring “big improvements” to the video department. Google is praised for its focus and shooting, portrait, and Night Sight photography, but lags behind the competition in terms of video performance.

It should be noted that the Google Pixel 6 series of smartphones is like that said to be powered by its own silicon “GS101”, codenamed Whitechapel and developed using Samsung. The presence of a Samsung smartphone camera sensor is speculated to provide better hardware and software optimization, something we’ve already seen on previous Pixel smartphones.

It turns out expired Earlier, the Google Pixel 6 will include two rear cameras, and the Google Pixel 6 Pro will have a triple rear camera setting, including a periscope lens. A report also shows the similarity of the color combination between the Google Pixel 6 and Pixel Watch smartphones.

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