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    Official preview of Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro with dedicated Tensor processor

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    For several weeks now, there has been a lot of information about the next generation of Google Pixel phones from famous liqueurs and unofficial sources. Will be unveiled this year, published. This is the first time that Google has used the Pro extension for its larger phone instead of the usual XL extension, so you can expect more features on this phone than the regular version. Google's information about these two phones, in addition to displaying different photos and confirming their relatively strange design, also refers to the company's proprietary processor, now called Tensor.

     <b>Official</b> <b>preview</b> of <b>Google</b> <b>Pixel</b> 6 and <b>Pixel</b> 6 <b>Pro</b> with <b>dedicated</b> <b>Tensor</b> <b>processor</b>

    Google seems to be improving for the first time in a long time with the changes made in this family "Rick Osterloh, senior vice president of devices and services at Google, told the Verge that after the company has been absent from the flagship category for the past few years, this time with High-priced models will be different.

    Before going into the hardware details of the new pixels, let's get a little familiar with their appearance; The most important new element in the design of the Pixel 6 family certainly belongs to a large horizontal bar at the top edge of the back that covers the entire width of the phone and houses the device's cameras; The tape, which looks a bit too high, is black regardless of the color of the phone itself, and in appearance it can be considered somewhat closer to the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G and further away to the Nexus 6P. According to the Verge site, which allows you to see new pixels up close, around this area, which it calls the Camera bar, there is a thin and prominent metal strip that protects the glass on the camera lens. This design will probably be criticized as well, because despite its seemingly unique, it has made a big difference to the usual tastes of users, which probably will not be without risk. <b>Official</b> <b>preview</b> of <b>Google</b> <b>Pixel</b> 6 and <b>Pixel</b> 6 <b>Pro</b> with <b>dedicated</b> <b>Tensor</b> processor

    Google did not release specific details about the specifications of these two phones, but according to unofficial information And the details provided by the Verge site, in the Pixel 6 Pro, we are apparently faced with a 6.7-inch OLED display with QHD + resolution and a refresh rate of 120 Hz, the sides of which are "slightly" curved and lead to a shiny aluminum edge. be. The fingerprint sensor is inside the display, and the punch selfie camera is in the center of the top. On the back of the phone, which is apparently made of glossy glass, there are three cameras, which include a new wide-angle camera, an ultraviolet camera and a telephoto camera with 4x optical zoom. Google did not provide any information about the main camera in this collection and only mentioned that this camera receives 150% more light. Some unconfirmed information speaks to the improvement of video capture in this series, and even goes beyond examples like the iPhone 12 Pro Max.

     <b>Official</b> <b>preview</b> of <b>Google</b> <b>Pixel</b> 6 and <b>Pixel</b> 6 <b>Pro</b> with <b>dedicated</b> <b>Tensor</b> <b>processor</b> Pixel 6 at the top and Pixel 6 Pro at the bottom

    at Pixel 6 again according to unofficial information with a 6.4 screen We see an inch of OLED, the resolution of which has been reduced to FHD +. Unlike the Pro version, this screen is completely flat and there is no curvature of the edges. The fingerprint sensor and the position of the selfie camera in this phone have not changed. The glossy glass on the back is apparently replicated in this phone, but the perimeter frame is opaque and resistant to fingerprints. In terms of cameras, the same two main cameras and ultraviolet remain in place, but the telephoto camera no longer has a place in this area.

    Going through the specifications of the device, it is the turn of one of the most exciting parts of Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro, their processing chipset, which was designed and implemented for the first time in the Google collection; Talk of Google's proprietary processor, formerly codenamed Whitechapel, has been around for a long time, and now the company has announced that the chipset's official name will be Tensor. Tensor should be considered the main reason for separating Google's flagships from the middleware family and moving towards advanced and premium models; Where by following in the footsteps of Apple and the powerful A-Series chips, an attempt has been made to break through Qualcomm's unipolarity and offer different possibilities in the world of mobile processing. Tensor, like other chips like Apple, Qualcomm, Samsung, MediaTek and Huawei, is naturally made by another company, but it was designed by Google, and it took four years, according to Google CEO Sundar Pichai! <b>Official</b> <b>preview</b> of <b>Google</b> <b>Pixel</b> 6 and <b>Pixel</b> 6 <b>Pro</b> with <b>dedicated</b> <b>Tensor</b> processor

    Tensor is also a SoC or on-chip system that incorporates a variety of components, including processing cores, graphics, memory controllers, and subsystems for artificial intelligence and machine learning. Some of these are designed by Google itself and some are naturally the product of other companies. Google did not provide information about Tensor processor and graphics cores, but instead focused on AI-related issues. In fact, according to Google, embedding an arbitrary level of artificial intelligence and machine learning is the main reason for the company's investment in designing a new processor; This can not be done with the usual chips on the market.

    Usually when it comes to the specifications of a mobile phone, three things are more important than the others: processor, RAM and graphics. These three factors have a direct impact on the experience of using the phone, and almost all the capabilities of the phone directly and indirectly affect the quality of these three key options. But there are also some auxiliary processors that take on separate tasks such as image processing or information security. Google's role in this field is quite more colorful than its competitors, because the company has gained valuable experience in this field in recent years by presenting examples such as the Titan M chip and Pixel Visual Core. <b>Official</b> <b>preview</b> of <b>Google</b> <b>Pixel</b> 6 and <b>Pixel</b> 6 <b>Pro</b> with <b>dedicated</b> <b>Tensor</b> processor

    This is the case, and despite the fact that many of the technologies in them are provided by other companies and with the licensing process, but the whole design set is Google itself and designed to further advance the processes of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) have became. This description by Google's director of devices and services can be interpreted as meaning that the new chips in the Tensor processor (such as the Neural Core in Apple's A-Series processors) will be responsible for doing an important part of what the Pixel phones do. As an example, Google cites a new experience with cameras and voice recognition processes.

    The Pixel 6 family says Google enjoys "the most layers of hardware security of any phone"; A big claim, of course, that Google has not yet provided a document to prove it. Both models will reportedly be equipped with the Titan M2 security chip. <b>Official</b> <b>preview</b> of <b>Google</b> <b>Pixel</b> 6 and <b>Pixel</b> 6 <b>Pro</b> with <b>dedicated</b> <b>Tensor</b> <b>processor</b>  <b>Official</b> <b>preview</b> of <b>Google</b> <b>Pixel</b> 6 and <b>Pixel</b> 6 <b>Pro</b> with <b>dedicated</b> <b>Tensor</b> <b>processor</b> The Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro will be available this fall; When, perhaps, it can be estimated in late September and early October. The Pixel 6 Pro is available in black, white and cream, and the Pixel 6 is available in black, green/blue and pink. The top of the camera enclosure in all of these models has a different color tonnage that forms part of Google's strange and perhaps somewhat controversial design.

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