Skip to main content

First Google Pixel 6 Pro camera samples leak, and they look promising

The Pixel 6 Pro is expected to be one of the most impressive camera phones of 2021.

What you need to know

  • A new leak gives us an early look at the camera performance of Google's upcoming Pixel 6 Pro.
  • Both the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro are tipped to feature a 50MP primary sensor.
  • Google is expected to unveil the Pixel 6 series at an event on October 19.

Google's upcoming Pixel 6 Pro is rumored to be a pretty significant upgrade over the Pixel 5 in the camera department. It is tipped to use an upgraded 50MP main sensor and a periscope lens with 4x optical zoom. The first Pixel 6 Pro camera samples have now leaked online, courtesy of Brandon Lee from This is Tech Today.

Since full-size samples haven't been posted yet, it is difficult to judge the quality of the camera from these images. That said, they do suggest Google's answer to the best Android phones of 2021 will retain all the major strengths of the Pixel 5's camera. The photos appear to have plenty of detail, and the colors aren't oversaturated like older Samsung flagships.

Unfortunately, the video samples are both captured in portrait orientation in 1080p resolution, so we'll have to wait longer to find out if the video performance of the Pixel 6 Pro is better than phones like the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra and iPhone 13 Pro Max.

The latest Pixel 6 Pro leak also gives us a better look at the phone's curved display. As you can see in the video above, the Pixel 6 Pro's screen will only have subtle curves, similar to the Galaxy S21 Ultra. Unfortunately, it looks like many of the camera features that were revealed by a recent teardown aren't going to be available from day one.

The Pixel 6 series is expected to break cover at an event on October 19. According to a video posted by Lee last week, the vanilla Pixel 6 will start at €649 in Europe, while the Pro model could be priced at €899.



Source: androidcentral

Popular posts from this blog

The hidden cost of food delivery

Noah Lichtenstein Contributor Share on Twitter Noah Lichtenstein is the founder and managing partner of Crossover , a diversified private technology fund backed by institutional investors, technology execs and professional athletes and entertainers. More posts by this contributor What Studying Students Teaches Us About Great Apps I’ll admit it: When it comes to food, I’m lazy. There are dozens of great dining options within a few blocks of my home, yet I still end up ordering food through delivery apps four or five times per week. With the growing coronavirus pandemic closing restaurants and consumers self-isolating, it is likely we will see a spike in food delivery much like the 20% jump China reported during the peak of its crisis. With the food delivery sector rocketing toward a projected $365 billion by the end of the decade, I’m clearly not the only one turning to delivery apps even before the pandemic hit. Thanks to technology (and VC funding) we can get a ri

Technics EAH-AZ60 review: Contending in stunning fashion

Technics serves notice that everyone should notice these earbuds. Technics ventured into the wireless earbuds category to go after the big dogs in the race. Think of the likes of Sony, Bose, and Sennheiser on sound quality, as well as the best you can find on design and functionality. It's a combination that comes at a price, but if done right, it gets easier to justify spending more. That's the case Technics makes with its EAH-Z60 earbuds. Its newest pair aims to take what the company has done in the past and make it even better. The results are easy to like and are significant enough to consider them as serious contenders. Technics EAH-AZ60 review: Price and availability What's good What's not good The competition Should you buy? At a glance Technics EAH-AZ60 Bottom line: Technics didn't just do one thing right with the EAH-AZ60. It covered almost the whole gamut of what makes wireless earbuds feel and sound exceptional. As a result, the p

Top Stories: Apple Event Preview, iPad Pro With M4 Chip Rumor, New Beats Headphones, and More

It's been a long time since the last one, but an Apple event is finally right around the corner! While it's anticipated to be a fairly short pre-recorded affair, we're expecting to see the first updates to the iPad lineup in over a year and half, so make sure to tune in to see what Apple has in store. Other news and rumors this week included a couple of product introductions from Apple's Beats brand, a roundup of rumors about updates to Apple's stock apps coming in iOS 18, and more changes to Apple's policies in the EU related to the Digital Markets Act, so read on below for all the details! What to Expect From the May 7 Apple Event Apple's first event of 2024 kicks off on Tuesday, May 7, at 7 a.m. Pacific Time, and we've put together our usual pre-event guide outlining what we're expecting to see on Tuesday. Several new products are expected to be unveiled, including two new iPad Pro models, two new iPad Air models, an updated Apple Pencil,

Top Stories: Apple Event With New iPads, Apple Pencil Pro, and More

Apple's "Let Loose" event this week went off largely as expected, headlined by new iPad Pro and iPad Air models. The updated higher-end devices are complemented by some new accessories, while Apple also tidied up the lower-end of the lineup a bit, so read on below for all the details! Everything Announced at the Apple Event Apple held its first event of the year this week to announce several new devices and accessories, including new iPad Pro models with OLED displays and the M4 chip, new 11-inch and 13-inch iPad Air models, the Apple Pencil Pro, and a redesigned Magic Keyboard for the iPad Pro. The event ran for nearly 40 minutes, but we have shared a video recapping the key announcements in just eight minutes . Check out all of our event coverage to learn more about the new products. Apple Announces New iPad Pro With M4 Chip, OLED Display, and More The new 11-inch and 13-inch iPad Pro models feature the M4 chip, OLED displays with increased brightness,