Google’s next Pixel phones will be available this fall, and there’s a lot to look forward to. According to leaked renders of the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 “Pro,” Google is going in a completely different direction with the design, display, and cameras. Under the hood, rumors say that the upcoming Pixel phones will be powered by Google’s own GS101 silicon, which we’ve confirmed through our own sources as well as an unintended leak in AOSP. We now know a little more about the chipset that will power the Pixel phones in 2021, according to yet another unintended leak. We’ve learned that the Pixel 6 will use the same Mali GPU as Samsung’s Exynos-powered Galaxy S21, which is available worldwide.
Another leaker discovered “evidence” of the GPU on the Google Issue Tracker, pointing to a “P21” device and the Mali-G78 GPU, however the core count and clock speed remain unclear (via XDA Developers).
Although early comparisons may contradict Yogesh’s claim, the GPU “performs well under strain.”
The Pixel 6 is expected to have a 6-inch display, according to Weinbach, who stated earlier this week that it will be an FHD 120Hz panel. He also claims that the Pixel 6 “XL’s” 6.4-inch display would be a QHD 120Hz panel, similar to some of the greatest Android phones on the market. A 5,000mAh battery is also expected to be included in the bigger Pixel.