Google has a similar ecosystem to Apple. The IT behemoth has kept evolving, producing new product after inventive product. Its smartphone is commendable, the company has been able to produce some impressive devices. The mid-range devices have been ideal for those consumers that sought a smartphone with flagship features within a limited budget.
The photographic capabilities of Google Pixel devices are well-known. Even when the firm doesn’t go all out with the camera sensors, Google’s software upgrades make this camera one of the best on the market. The next Google Pixel 6 series, on the other hand, is believed to be different. According to reports, we could get a new 50MP primary camera as well as other fantastic camera features like “magic eraser” and more.
Google Pixel 6 Pro Camera Specs
With the Google Pixel 6 series, it appears that Google will set new camera standards. According to rumors, the new Pixel 6 camera will include a 50MP Samsung GN1 sensor, as well as a 12MP Sony IMX386 ultra-wide-angle camera, and a 48MP Sony IMX586 4X zoom telephoto camera. This last sensor, however, would be saved for the Pixel 6 Pro, which is more powerful. The Pixel 6 Pro would include a 12MP Sony IMX663 selfie camera on the front, while the standard Pixel 6 would have an 8MP selfie camera.
All of the acquired information is based upon an unreleased internal version of the Google Camera app, and it discloses important facts regarding the Google Pixel 6 series’ potential new features. For example, they claim that future devices will be able to record video in 4K at 60 frames per second. According to sources, the Pixel 6 Pro only supports 4K at 60 on the primary camera, not the ultra-wide or telephoto sensors, which are limited to 4K at 30. It’s worth noting that when filming in 4K at 30fps, users can switch between any of the three lenses without having to pause the recording.
Manual white balance adjustment, magic eraser, face deblur, scene lock, and front torch are among the other new camera capabilities. The phone’s ability to record different skin tones would be improved by the first function. However, this could only be a developer feature, as Google wants to improve its computational photography models’ awareness of varied skin tones, which would require the software to be trained to alter the white balance properly.
One of the most intriguing new features is the magic eraser. It would allow the forthcoming Pixel 6 devices to delete objects or people from a recently taken shot, although this is only a guess based on the name. Face deblur would take numerous photos from the main sensor and stitch them together into a single HDR image. This camera would also benefit from the ultrawide-angle camera’s assistance in capturing crisper images more quickly. At a glance, we believe that the device will be able to carry out messages backup without any trouble.
Other features discussed include motion blur, Nima aesthetic, baby mode, and more, as well as clues at the 2022 Pixel 7, but we’ll save that for later. Right now, all we want to know is when the Google Pixel 6 will be released.