Other specs released so far include 5G, an under-display fingerprint sensor and an “all-day” battery. The Pro will have a 6.7″ QHD+ 120Hz screen, while the 6 will boast a 6.4” 90Hz display. New Titan M2 security will provide “the most layers of hardware security in any phone”, the company added.
The software also gets an update, with Android 12 and a new Material design system included out of the box.
The only bad news is the price. Google is staying mum about the exact cost of the handset, however, technology blog The Verge, which had a chance to get their hands on the Pixel 6 during a briefing at Google’s Californian campus said to expect a price tag north of £1,000.
That’s because the Pixel 6 sees Google rely on the priciest materials and a custom-designed chipset to challenge the best from Samsung, Huawei, and Apple. As such, the pricing is tipped to be similar to flagship models from these companies, which often sit around the £999 mark.