Google Pixel 6 & Pixel 6 Pro: Display resolutions and front-facing cameras details of upcoming Android flagships revealed
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9to5Google has done more digging into Android 12 Beta 3, the latest open beta of Google's upcoming OS. Previously, XDA Developers discovered camera specifications about the Pixel 6 series, while an older beta build seemingly confirmed several upcoming Pixel smartphone codenames.
According to 9to5Google, the latest Google Camera app contains information about the front-facing cameras in the Pixel 6 series. Apparently, the Pixel 6 Pro's front-facing camera is 70 pixels in diameter, 5 pixels wider than the equivalent in the Pixel 5. By contrast, 9to5Google states that the Pixel 6 has a 55-pixel wide front-facing camera.
Moreover, the website claims that the Pixel 6 Pro will be capable of shooting 4K videos with its front-facing camera. This feature will not be present on the Pixel 6, though. Additionally, the Google Camera app contains an ID for a 'front torch' relating to the Pixel 6 series. 9to5Google infers 'front torch' as referencing a front-facing LED flash. However, unclear why Google would include this on the Pixel 6 series, based on the renders that have leaked so far.
Furthermore, 9to5Google argues that the Pixel 6 has a 1080p display, the same as the Pixel 4 and Pixel 5. Supposedly, Google has equipped the Pixel 6 Pro with a 1440p panel, matching the resolution that the Pixel 4 XL offers. The Pixel 6 series is expected to arrive in the autumn alongside the release of Android 12.