We are still a long way from the official announcement of Google Pixel 6. However, rumors about the next big smartphone from the American are already beginning to be themed in the usual media.
The latest chapter of speculation around the Google Pixel 6 concerns your camera. According to what the user @TheGalox points out on Twitter, the Pixel 6 will feature a brand new photographic sensor.
Google Pixel 6 may use Sony’s new IMX800 sensor
Since the source does not specifically mention any sensor, it is premature to formulate certainty about which one will be elected. However, there are already those who speak on the Sony IMX800 which is due to be revealed in April.
This new sensor will stand out from the rest by its 1 inch dimension, something not yet seen in the smartphone market. This is also aimed at the Huawei P50, Huawei’s next flagship.
The new sensor from Sony takes precedence after the statements of one of the former responsible for the computational photography of the Pixel. Marc Levoy had suggested that Google would only change sensors on its equipment when a new one appeared that could significantly reduce noise levels in photography.
Given the size of the upcoming Sony IMX800, it appears to be an excellent candidate to equip the Google Pixel 6. It is expected that it reduces the capture of digital noise, but only with its official disclosure can we verify this data.
If all this is true, the Google Pixel 6 may present the biggest leap in photographic quality in recent years. Coupled with powerful image processing software from Google, this could catapult the model to the top of the DxOMark chart, the main barometer in this regard.
However, it is important to advise a pinch of salt in this information. The source is not the best known in this medium, so this evolution is far from being taken for granted.
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