Google’s Pixel 6 phones.
Google’s new phones, the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro, are set to launch on Oct. 19, and although we’ve had a glimpse at the new Pixel right before the Pixel 5A launched, not every rumor has yet been debunked or proved true. The latest buzz comes from a likely accidental leaked listing by UK online retailer Carphone Warehouse showing many of the Pixel 6’s specs including a new Titan M2 chip for better on-device security, five years of security updates, new camera features and more.
The leaked listing came as rumors circulated about the upcoming Pixel launching with a new subscription option to bundle your phone financing and services under one bill, called Pixel Pass.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai previously said during an Alphabet earnings call that the fall lineup of devices will show Google’s “deep technology investments.” The company has since confirmed that the Pixel 6 line will be powered by the company’s in-house Tensor chip, previously code named Whitechapel. The Tensor chip’s introduction also came with…