Google Pixel 6 Pro: Battery, camera, display, Tensor SoC and RAM specifications confirmed by extensive leak ↺
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A lot has been spoken about the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro ahead of their launch, including what Fabric Cases Google has created for them. Details about Google's in-house Tensor SoC have leaked too, which Mishaal Rahman has expanded upon. According to XDA Developers' Editor-in-chief, all details have been provided by a leaker with the actual phone 'who wishes to remain anonymous'.
Multiple paragraphs would not do the volume of details that Rahman has published justice. Instead, we have outlined them in the table below. In summary, the Pixel 6 Pro will support 120 Hz and 1440p simultaneously, potentially with the same panel that Oppo uses in the Find X3 Pro.
Rahman adds that the Pixel 6 Pro relies on Linux Kernel 5.10 LTS, also supported by AMD Zen 3 processors. Support will last until the end of 2026, which Google could utilise to deliver 5 years of software support for the Pixel 6 series. This also lines up with a rumour circulated in July that Google would offer 5 years of software support from the Pixel 6 series onwards.
|Pixel 6 Pro|
|CPU||Octa-core/tri-clusterFirst cluster: 4 cores - 1.8 GHzSecond cluster: 2 cores - 2.25 GHzThird cluster: 2 cores - 2.8 GHz|
|GPU||ARM Mali-G78 - 848 MHz|
|TPU||'Abrolhos' codename - 1,230 MHz|
|Display||3,120 x 1,440 pixels120 Hz and 1440p simultaneously10 Hz, 30 Hz, 60 Hz and 120 Hz refresh rates, not necessarily VRR|
|Battery||5,000 mAhBattery Share supported|
|RAM||12 GB LPDDR5|
|Front-facing camera||Sony IMX363 - 12 MP|
|Rear-facing cameras||Primary: Samsung GN1 - 50 MPUltra-wide-angle: Sony IMX386 - 12 MPTelephoto: Sony IMX586 (48 MP)|
|New camera features||Baby modeMotion deblur|
|Other||'Slider' - bootloader codenameGoodix under-display fingerprint scannerCirrus Logic CS35L41 ampUWB chipQuick Tap gestures|