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Google Pixel 6 camera features leaked, here are the top 10 features

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According to the XDA/GSMarena news, There is no denying that Google is quite excited about its upcoming Google Pixel 6 Duo. The company revealed the device months before it planned to release it, and it’s been advertising the Pixel 6 even before it revealed a lot of its specifications and features.

Everything we know about the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro cameras is the hardware side of things. The Pixel 6 will have a 50MP Samsung GN1 main sensor and a 12MP ultra-wide camera. The Pixel 6 Pro will have a 48MP 4X telephoto periscope zoom camera besides the latter two. Updated 12MP selfie camera will be seen in Pixel 6 Pro.

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As with Google’s new Pixel phones, it will take advantage of its own image processing to enable new software features and improve image quality. Some of these new features, which have never been seen on Pixel devices before, have been discovered by XDA. These features were discovered via a leaked internal build of the Google Camera app (and from an unnamed source), and they may or may not be included in the final retail units.

• Wide-angle front camera: The code suggests that the Pixel 6 Pro (rather than the Pixel 6) will have an ultra-wide-angle lens. “Our source confirms that the selfie camera on the Pixel 6 Pro offers two predefined zoom levels: 0.7X and 1.0X,” according to XDA.

• Video recording: The main camera will support 4K video at 60 frames per second, but the ultra-wide and telephoto cameras will only support 4K at 30 frames per second. In addition, the maximum zoom level while recording at 4K/60fps is 7X. Meanwhile, recording at 4K or FHD @ 60fps allowed for zooming up to 20X. The same is true for still images.

•Manual White balance: Google has been working on incorporating this feature, but it may not be ready just yet. According to XDA, this is only a developer feature, which aligns with Google’s philosophy of keeping the camera app as simple as possible.

•Magic eraser: The “swiss” code is linked to a feature called a magic eraser. This feature is exclusive to the Pixel 6 series and may be aided by the Tensor Chip’s TPU (Tensor Processing Unit). It is rumored that it will allow you to easily remove objects or people from an image.

•Face deblur: This is a feature that was confirmed by Google. It works by taking additional frames of the subject using the ultra-wide camera at the same time that it is capturing HDR frames from the main camera. The TPU then processes the details on both cameras to produce a facial blur that can be captured in motion.

•Scene Lock: This feature has recently been associated with the codename “naruto”. Scene Lock may be related to AF/AE lock but it isn’t clear what the purpose is yet.

•Bluetooth microphone support: The feature’s codenamed: “sapphire” and code suggests the feature will come, but XDA‘s source couldn’t corroborate it.

•Motion Blur suggests that a new feature will let the user add “creative blur effects to your photos” as per code.

•Nima aesthetic: This seems to be related to Google’s “Top Shot” feature when Motion Photo is enabled. This feature appears to be accelerated by the Tensor’s TPU.

•Baby mode: this could be an auto-capture feature that will recognize and capture babies and toddlers in cute moments while they play or move around a lot.

Again, these features may or may not be included in the final hardware of the Pixel 6. Check out the full XDA report to see the full breakdown of each of these features and the lines of code found. Go

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Google Pixel 6a can unlock the screen refresh rate to 90Hz through MOD

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According to The Verge, the Google Pixel 6a uses a 6.1-inch OLED display that supports a 60Hz refresh rate, but there is a way to unlock the 90Hz mode.

Twitter user TheLunarixus has created a mod that unlocks 90Hz mode on Pixel 6a phones, and they’re working on a custom ROM that will make it easy for any Pixel 6a owner to open the increased refresh rate.

The test found that the Pixel 6a can unlock the 90Hz mode through this MOD. It’s unclear if the Pixel 6a’s display panel actually supports 90Hz, or if it’s overclocked to get a faster refresh rate.

DNS has learned that to unlock 90Hz mode on the Pixel 6a, users need to enable debug mode and OEM unlocking in settings, load the bootloader, manually flash the Android 13 beta, disable parts and check to flash the modified vendor_boot mirror.

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It should be noted that some users found that the mobile phone had a green screen problem after applying this MOD. Developer Kuba Wojciechowski has warned that Samsung may not rate the Pixel 6a’s display at 90Hz, which is likely just overclocking.

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Google Pixel 6 / Pro / 6a mobile phones start to push firmware update

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It looks like a new security update for Google’s Pixel 6 devices has been put on hold for now. Instead, Google Pixel 6 users will get a separate update this week that focuses on fixing potential GPS problems on the Pixel 6 Pro, Pixel 6, and Pixel 6a.

The Google team announced that starting today a new firmware update will be rolling out to all Pixel 6 devices. The update will be rolled out in phases for all three devices, and as per the official description, the update fixes a GPS issue where phones can experience “GPS location failure” in some cases.

In addition, Google also clarified the delay of the August 2022 Android security update, saying that the update will be released in the next few weeks.

The Google Pixel 6 Pro and Pixel 6 have been out for a while, and the Pixel 6a recently started shipping. The Pixel mid-range device was originally on sale for $449, but it went through several promotions, one of which also dropped to $399.

The Google Pixel 6a is powered by a self-developed TenSor processor and features a 6.1-inch Full HD+ 60Hz OLED center punch screen protected by Gorilla Glass 3. The front-facing 8-megapixel selfie camera supports off-screen fingerprints.

There is an LED flash and two cameras on the bar on the back of the fuselage: a 12.2-megapixel main camera and a 12-megapixel ultra-wide-angle camera. Other highlights include stereo speakers, IP67 dust and water resistance, 5G connectivity, and a built-in 4410 mAh battery that supports 18W charging.

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Google Pixel 7 and 7 Pro: the possible launch date is leaked

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Following the first teaser released last May, on the occasion of Google I/O, attention has not diminished on the future Google Pixel 7 and 7 Pro. Google’s new smartphones are approaching their official debuts and with regards to the two projects, there has been no shortage of rumors related to technical data sheets in recent weeks. Today, however, the subject of new rumors focused on the release date of the new Google Pixel 7 and 7 Pro. Two new smartphones should hit the market in just two months. Here is the complete information:

Google Pixel 7 and 7 Pro: Debut confirmed in October

The indiscretion comes from FrontPageTech and insider John Prosser. According to what was revealed by a source defined as “very reliable”, the new smartphones from Google are very close to debut. The next rounding date on the calendar will be October 6 when pre-orders for the new smartphone will begin. Most likely, the departure date of the pre-orders will coincide, the source reveals, with the date of the launch of the two smartphones.

However, the new Pixel 7 and 7 Pro will have to wait another week for the launch. At the end of the rapid pre-order phase, in fact, the new Google smartphones should be the protagonists of a commercial launch from next October 13th. By convention, the new Pixels should only arrive in select markets, at least initially.

As was the case with the Pixel 6a, Italy could also be among the launch markets for the new Google smartphone. However, we will have to wait a few weeks to know more about the arrival of both smartphones in the country. A list of “first-day” marketing markets for the new Pixel should emerge online shortly.

The new SoC will be Tensor 2, codenamed GS201, the second generation of the chip based on the new Google smartphones project, with which Google aims to support its growth in the mobile phone sector, such as reducing dependence on chip makers. Qualcomm. , a former supplier of Pixel smartphone SoCs.

There has been a lot of talk about the specifications of the new Pixel 7 in recent weeks, with a particular focus on the features of the photographic sector. More details about the tech sector of the two smartphones from the US home will surely come soon. In fact, in a span of two months, the new Pixel 7 will be the new point of reference in the market, and hence, in the coming weeks, the rumors about the devices will certainly not subside.

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