Based on everything that’s been revealed, you might already know if you want the Pixel 6 or Pixel 6 Pro. Image: Google
If you’ve been holding out on buying a new phone in anticipation of Google’s Pixel 6, next week is when we find out every single detail. The sixth-generation Android smartphone has been relentlessly leaked and teased these past few months—we know what it looks like, what Google’s custom processor can do, and even what its accessories look like. What surprises are left?
We’ll soon find out. Google is hosting a launch event for the Pixel 6 on Oct. 19 at 10 a.m. PT/1 p.m. ET. The event should give us more insight into Google’s smartphone strategy, as the Pixel 6 is a complete overhaul from its predecessors and is expected to be the flagship phone we’ve been waiting for the company to release for years. Along with its custom chip, the Pixel 6 introduces a new camera system and improves on features that were previously pain points for older Pixel users.
Here’s everything we think we know about the Pixel 6 so far—and what we hope to find out next week.
The new PIxel 6 will be available in two variants: regular and Pro. Screenshot: Google
Google will launch two sizes of the Pixel 6 flagship, which it’s done every year since the smartphone launched in 2016. But this time, the bigger phone has a different moniker. The Pixel 6 is essentially the base model, while the Pixel 6 Pro is the “professional” model with more…