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Google teases Pixel 6 phones with its own Google Tensor chip

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Google earlier teased the next-generation Pixel phones called the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro.
Google teases Pixel 6 phones with its own Google Tensor chip
The official design of the Pixel 6 phones

The Pixel 6 phones will be powered by Google's very-own Tensor chip!

The tech giant also revealed the name of its very first processor that will power the new Pixel 6 phones—the Tensor chip.
Tensor chip image from Google
Tensor chip image from Google

Google hasn't revealed the specs of the new processor yet, but the company said that it is a custom-made chip for Pixel phones that can process Google's most powerful AI and has an advanced Machine Learning system.

The Amerian firm also notes that with the help of this chip, its users 
should see a "transformed experience" for the camera, speech recognition, and many more.

Of course, Google promised that it will provide its users a "fluid" experience.


Going to the phone itself, the new Pixel 6 phones are packed with a unique design with two-tone colors and a large rectangular camera hump near the top of its back.

It also has the new Material You design. Google previously said that it is a result of a deep collaboration between its software, hardware, and Material Design. To recap, Google claimed that the group "rethought" the entire experience from colors to shapes, light, and motion making Android 12 more "expressive, dynamic, and personal" than ever.

Google is also claiming that the upcoming Pixel phones have the most layers of hardware security on any phone.

Pixel 6 is expected to come with a 6.4-inch Flat FHD+ 90Hz screen, an In-Display fingerprint sensor, and a dual-cam setup (primary + ultra-wide). Pixel 6 Pro is expected to use a 6.7-inch Curved QHD 120Hz screen, an In-Display fingerprint sensor, and a triple-cam setup (primary, ultra-wide, 4x-telephoto).

Google notes that the devices are coming later this year. Reportedly, the firm will unleash the devices in August.

Source: Google 1, 2
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