Google will launch Pixel 6 on October 19 query is will it come to India

Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro will be officially launched on October 19, Google has confirmed. Although the larger query would be, will it launch them in India as well.

We currently know a point or two about the Pixel 6 simply because Google—possibly to keep away from leaks and rumours—has currently shown it off and talked a tiny bit about its specs like the custom Tensor chip it created particularly for it. The Pixel 6 will be the very first Pixel phone with Tensor inside and though we nevertheless do not have granular information, there’s tiny doubt that items are searching incredibly fascinating.

Aside from the core hardware—which is of course set to get a challenging refresh this year—Google is also updating the style fairly drastically. The Pixel 6 and its pro model will boast of higher-finish premium make and aesthetics with a polished aluminum frame—matte in case of the vanilla model—and hole-punch reduce-out for the selfie camera.

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Speaking of which, Google is also set to ‘fully’ embrace the camera bump to make way for bigger—and hopefully better—sensors in the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro.

The pro Pixel 6 will get 3 new cameras—wide, ultra-wide and telephoto. The Pixel 6 will hold the wide and ultra-wide and drop the zoom lens.

Clearly, there’s a lot to pique your interest but what remains to be seen is if more people today will really be capable to get their hands on it. The ‘flagship’ Pixel has been a no-show in India for a though now and Google has maintained stone cold silence on Pixel 6 so far. It was a tiny more vocal about the ‘budget’ Pixel 5a 5G announcing early on that the phone will be readily available in the US and Japan only.

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There’s a incredibly higher possibility that Google might not launch the Pixel 6 in India—historically speaking—based on two incredibly strong grounds. One is associated to the international semiconductor shortage which tends to make a phone like the Pixel 6 with in-home chip an even more complicated cookie to crack. The other is how Google likes to cost its ‘made by Google’ merchandise which means they’re out of attain for a lot of purchasers and the subsequent inability to sell these merchandise as considerably as any viable enterprise would like.

Regardless, we will be covering Google’s virtual Pixel fall launch occasion as it takes place, so keep tuned for more information on Pixel 6.

Originally appeared on: TheSpuzz