Mark your calendars, pixel fans: The Pixel 6 smartphone will be unveiled on October 19th at an event hosted by Google. The business shared the announcement today on Twitter, along with a link to a “Pixel Fall Launch” event.
In a FAQ for the event, Google notes, “On October 19, we’re officially introducing you to Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro —the fully reimagined Google phones.” “They’re fast, smart, and secure, thanks to Tensor, Google’s first proprietary mobile chip. And they adjust to your presence.”
Google’s Pixel event website has a specific button that highlights the “adapt to you” feature. When you press the spacebar on your PC, the webpage changes to show you the Pixel 6, but with a different color scheme throughout the phone’s user interface. Sky blue, violet, green, salmon, and maize appear to be among the various colors.
Google has already revealed a lot about the Pixel 6 through videos and a display in its Manhattan store, including the phone’s design. The Google-designed Tensor chip inside, however, has yet to be priced or exact specifications revealed by the search giant. The Tensor processor is designed to support artificial intelligence and machine learning for capabilities like speech recognition and real-time translation, according to Google.
During the event, Google is expected to highlight the Pixel 6’s camera system. The Pixel 6 has a noticeable bulge in the back to house a better camera and sensor system. The device will also run Android 12, which was just released.
On Oct. 19, at 10 a.m. PT, the Pixel event will begin, and anyone may watch it live online. Keep an eye out for our coverage.