In a somewhat unconventional and unusual attempt to crack down on unauthorized product leaks, Google has made 5G compatible Official Pixel 6 and 6 Pro … several months before the big launch event and commercial release of both phones.
Of course, the search giant didn’t reveal everything about its next high-end handset duo in August, which means the company isn’t in a position to control the entire rumor mill. On the one hand, Big G never confirmed the real Pixel 6 launch schedule, which sparked some pretty crazy speculation a few weeks ago.
As was suspected from the outset, the The gossip in the September 13 announcement turned out to be completely inaccurate, giving rise to a far more plausible Theory of October 19. This appears to be backed by a major Australian operator, who has just joined a chorus of official Google trading partners to create buzz for the Pixels
6 and 6 Pro.
Register your interest before October 19
Telstra doesn’t leave much room for doubt or interpretation on any section of its website fully dedicated to Google devices
, allowing potential Pixel 6 buyers to sign up “to receive the latest news on Google products and the latest offers for a chance to win an exclusive sports experience at Marvel Stadium” over the next four weeks.
Granted, the October 19 deadline for entries could turn out to be a placeholder or something randomly chosen to coincide with general market expectations for the Pixel 6 launch, but given that this is the the number one wireless service provider “below”, these two theories seem highly improbable.
It is much more likely that Telstra was informed by Google of the full October 19 announcement and the start of the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro pre-order, which means the two Tensor powerhouses could be released on October 28, just as Jon Prosser predicted some time ago. .
Obviously, nothing is official until the search giant itself makes it official, so while it’s not a bad idea to circle October 19-28 in your calendars, you don’t. shouldn’t go so far as to take those days off or whatever. … just now.
FCC approval – check
While Federal Communications Commission clearance is a mere formality, the timing of said formality for Pixel 6 and 6 Pro
strongly suggests that both devices are indeed around the corner and will most likely be ready for commercial deployment by the end of October, at least from a regulatory perspective.
There are a total of four different models certified by the FCC ahead of their announcements, two of which will support mmWave technology to deliver the highest 5G speeds on carriers like Verizon, with the other two simply offering low and mid-band 5G connectivity.
Other than that, the certification docs don’t include a wealth of information that we can actually use to give the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro a very accurate picture in terms of specs and features.
Fortunately, we already “know” a lot about the two new phones, including the exact configuration of the. new hot Tensor processor, blazing speed Supporting 33W, impressive battery capacity provided by both models, and up to 512GB of data that the larger variant will accommodate internally.
The 6.7 inches approximately Pixel 6 Pro seems to have pretty much everything it needs to become one of the Best phones available this holiday season, including a silky smooth 120Hz display, 48MP telephoto lens, and 12GB of memory.
The non-pro The Pixel 6, meanwhile, could challenge the the best budget 5G phones … ultimately, with a rear-facing 50MP primary shooter, as well as a beautiful 6.4-inch AMOLED display (limited to 90Hz refresh rate technology) and a decent 8GB of RAM.