The company plans to release new features for older pixels as much as technically possible, and this will probably take some time. However, Google has not yet announced a definite date for the release of these features to older pixels. Features such as Live Translate, Motion Mode and more require the use of Google Tensor processor. "Some technologies require more technical investment, such as the Live Translate feature, which is designed to run only on a dedicated 6-pixel chip, a tensor," said a Google representative.
Features like Action Pan and Long Exposure will move your images and you will be able to create animated images using the features. Action Pan can add blur to previously captured images, especially moving objects such as a child's skateboard or passing car, and give it a cinematic background effect. Another feature based on Google's tensor chip is the magic eraser with which you can delete extra image objects. Google has not yet announced which features will come with older pixels. However, we do not expect the new camera features to be available on any smartphone other than the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro, as they are the only ones to use Google's new tensor chipset.
Not bad Let's take a brief look at two new Google phones, namely Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro. The Google Pixel 6 Series Pro comes with a 6.7-inch OLED display based on a resolution of 1440 x 3120. One of the important features of this display is its 120Hz refresh rate, which is variable thanks to LTPO technology. Unlike the Pixel 6, whose display uses flat edges, we see curvature at the edges of the display. In the front and back of it, Gorilla Glass Victos protective glass is installed, which means that it has high durability against various shocks. Like many flagships, the Pixel 6 Pro's fingerprint sensor is embedded under the display, which is an optical type. Room Pixel 4 is considered. Users can choose between 128, 256 and 512 GB capacities for internal memory. The previous three generations of the Pixel, on the other hand, offered a maximum of 128GB of internal storage. The phone is powered by a 5000 mAh battery that supports a 30 watt charging speed. We should also mention the support for 23 watt wireless charging. On the back panel of this phone, we see a 50-megapixel main camera, the sensor of which is larger than the previous generation of the Pixel series. According to Google, this sensor can capture about 150% more light.
Although the ultra camera The phone uses a 12-megapixel sensor, which means it has a lower resolution than the 5-pixel ultra-wide camera, but instead is based on larger pixels, so it can absorb more light. In addition to these two cameras, we should also mention the periscope camera, which enables 4x zoom, and the maximum digital zoom power of this phone reaches 20 times thanks to Super Res Zoom technology. In addition to the camera hardware upgrades, we should also mention the software upgrades. One of these features is called Magic Eraser, which can remove the parts you want from the image. If you are one of those people who like to take pictures of your children while playing, the Face Unblur feature helps you to highlight blurred faces in the image.
The Google Pixel 6 is very similar in many respects. It has a Pro version, but eventually we see weaker capabilities in some areas. This phone is also equipped with Google Tensor chipset, but it uses 8 GB of RAM, 128 or 256 GB of internal memory and a 4614 mAh battery. Also, unlike the Pro model, which offers a 23-watt wireless charging speed, the phone supports 21-watt wireless charging. Its selfie camera is based on an 8-megapixel resolution, which is 4 megapixels less than the Pro model.
We do not see a telephoto camera on the back panel, so you only need to use Super Res Zoom technology to zoom. Although the screen size of this phone is 6.4 inches and is not much different from the Pro model, but its resolution is limited to 1080p. We should also mention the 90Hz refresh rate. Of course, users who are not interested in the curved display of the Pixel 6 Pro can buy the Google Pixel 6, which uses a flat screen. Also, the display of this phone is not based on LTPO technology, which means that it does not provide variable rate refresh. In terms of software features such as Android 12, camera features, 5-year support and more, there is no difference between the two new Google phones.