There's no denying that Google is quite eager about its upcoming Google Pixel 6 duo. The company revealed the device months before it plans to release it, and it has already been advertising the Pixel 6 even before revealing much of its specifications and features. XDA-Developers revealed a list of features we can expect from the Pixel 6 duo, but before getting into that, let's look at the camera hardware first.
Most of what we know about the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro's cameras are 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 the latter two in addition to a 48MP 4X telephoto periscope zoom camera. The Pixel 6 Pro will see an updated 12MP selfie camera.
With Google's new Pixel phones, it will leverage its own image processing to enable new software features and improve image quality. XDA managed to uncover some of these new features never seen on Pixel devices before. These features were discovered through a leaked internal build of the Google Camera app (and from an undisclosed source) and may or may not make it to the final retail units.
Again, these features may or may not make it to the Pixel 6's final hardware. Check out the full XDA report to see the full breakdown of each of these features and the lines of code found.
Putting a 2x just to say it has a telephoto is just a waste of money. Google's 2x lossless zoom is excellent
I recently had to put down my beloved pixel 2 xl after 5 years of usage. Had to buy the vivo x60 pro +. Just because Google decided not launch their new phone in the 2nd biggest market in the world!
Is it about having three cameras or making the best use of the ones you do have? My Pixel 2 with a single camera can take better photos then the S10