Google has been in the news for a long time regarding its upcoming smartphone series Pixel 6. It is expected that the device will be launched by the end of this year. At the same time, the phones coming in this series will be the upgraded version of Pixel 5 introduced last year. Now a new report has surfaced, saying that, the search giant is experimenting with ultra wide band or UWB connectivity here. This is being done with the Pixel 6 device. If we talk about this feature, then it is already present in Apple iPhone 11 and iPhone 12.
This news has been revealed by Mishaal Rahman, Editor-in-Chief of XDA Developers on his Twitter. If you talk about this feature, then it has also been used in the Airtags Bluetooth tracker. The biggest advantage of this wireless connectivity is that it makes a secure connection with any close device. Read also: Top 10 smartphones Under Rs 10000
On the other hand, this information has been confirmed in 9to5Google’s report. The website has seen some documentation regarding the case and confirms that Google is indeed testing ultra-wideband functionality on Android 12, noting that no piece of Google hardware supports the technology. According to the report, Whitechapel was part of the company to make its own SoC pixels for smartphones and Chromebooks. It is exactly like the Apple chipset used in iPhone, iPad, Mac.
Apart from this, it is expected that Google Pixel 6 Specs will include an under-display selfie camera. We do not know much about smartphones yet. However, we expect the phone to ship with a high-refresh rate AMOLED screen, two (or three) camera sensors, and 5G. Read also: PUBG Mobile can be launched in India under the name of Battlegrounds Mobile India
Earlier a report was revealed in which it was said that Google has partnered with Samsung to make mobile processors. Together these two companies will make a 5nm processor for Pixel 6. However, the branding of Exynos will not be seen here.