With the launch of the Google Pixel 6 Pro phone approaching, many leaks have appeared that reveal information about the specifications of the expected device and the camera settings that the phone will soon offer. According to the technical website gsmarena, Google is expected to follow Apple’s approach, and make it difficult to repair the Pixel 6 Pro, especially the camera module. According to the leaks, a leaked technical repair manual document for the triple camera module paired with the Google Pixel 6 Pro states, “Calibrate the rear camera RL at the vendor’s site to secure a post-photo-video quality fix.”
This means that one may not be able to use and install the camera module from the current Pixel 6 Pro on another device, and also indicates that the replacement module may need to be hard-coded to work on another Pixel device. The expected phone will come with Google Pixel 6 Pro specifications, with a 6.67-inch LTPO AMOLED screen, with FHD + display quality, with a resolution of 1080 x 2400 pixels, and it is scheduled to support a high refresh rate of 120 Hz, and is protected by a protective layer of Corning Gorilla Glass Victus.
The upcoming Google Pixel 6 Pro phone will be powered by the company’s Google Tensor processor with a 5-nanometer octa-core manufacturing accuracy, which will come paired with 8 or 12 GB RAM, and 128 or 256 GB internal storage. The leaks stated that the Google Pixel 6 Pro phone will have a triple rear camera, the main one with a resolution of 50 megapixels, connected to an 8-megapixel optical zoom camera, with a wide angle of 16 megapixels, along with a 12-megapixel front camera. The Google Pixel 6 Pro phone will pack a large 5000 mAh battery that supports 18W fast charging, and the smartphone will run the Android 12 operating system.
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