For the release of Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro, the new smartphones with the proprietary Tensor chip on board, Google wanted to do things big: the marketing campaign of the Mountain View company ranges from videos to exhibition spaces, up to very unconventional pre-order incentives. Despite these efforts, however, it was the multiple leaks on the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro technical specifications that aroused great interest in these new devices.
By now Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro have very few secrets: in recent weeks the This is Tech Today channel had leaked a leak that reported the price list of both devices, while the XDA Developers team analyzed the APK file of the version of the Google Camera installed on Pixel 6 Pro to extract very useful notions on the hardware features and software features of the device.
The latest leak, once again from Brandon Lee of the This is Tech Today channel, focuses on the cameras. In a recent video, Lee shows a series of image and video files that seem to come from Pixel 6 Pro, more precisely from a prototype of the device in the hands of a tester resident in Nigeria, the same one who shared the first video last month. hands-on del device.
The photos and videos shown by Lee in the video are particularly interesting because they demonstrate the performance of the Pixel 6 Pro’s cameras in the hands of a non-professional user, with results similar to those that will be obtained in the future during daily use of the smartphone. Here are some test photographs that demonstrate the zoom performance of the Pixel 6 Pro’s photographic sector even on photographs taken in less than optimal lighting conditions.
Much more encouraging is the example of the bokeh effect generated in portrait mode by the Pixel 6 Pro camera, which is particularly precise in outlining the outline of the framed object with respect to the background.
If these apparently uninspiring shots have halved your regret in knowing that the new Pixels will not be officially released on the Italian market, wait and rejoice: we must remember that the leaks published on the This is Tech Today channel come from a prototype, which shares the hardware features with the official releases of Pixel 6 Pro, but which most likely lacks the software features that are the real trump card of the photographic sector of Google smartphones.
Is the long-awaited complete redesign that Google is anticipating for Pixel and Pixel 6 Pro therefore reality or just a marketing gimmick? The verdict is still open, but you can judge for yourself by looking at the photos and videos of the latest leak in full version in this video:
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