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Google Pixel 6 2021 Price, Specifications, and Release Date

Welcome to the new smartphone Google Pixel 6 2021, which is coming with amazing Specifications. Here we discuss the Google Pixel 6 Price in Pakistan, Full Specifications, and Release date. So, scroll down and read the full article.

Google is rumoured to be working on a couple of smartphones, including the Pixel 5a 5G, the Pixel 6 and the Pixel 6 Pro. Two codenames have surfaced for Pixel 6 models – Oriole and Raven – with model numbers GR1YH and GF5KQ respectively.

There are plenty of rumors surrounding the Pixel 5a 5G, which we have covered in a separate feature, and we’ve also covered off the Pixel 6 Pro in a separate feature too but here we are focusing on everything we have heard so far about the Pixel 6.

Google Pixel 6 2021 Release date and Price

  • October 2021
  • From USD is $699
  • PKR is Rs 110,500

The Google Pixel 6 isn’t expected until the latter half of 2021. At the moment, there’s no suggestion of the release date, but previous Google release patterns would suggest October 2021 would be a good month to pencil in for now. Google said “fall” during its I/O developer conference plenty of times, but it didn’t offer any more details. In terms of price, the Pixel 3 and Pixel 4 sat in the flagship end of the smartphone market, while the Pixel 5’s price put it in the mid-range category.

It’s not currently clear if the Pixel 6 will see a price hike back up to flagship territory, or if Google will stick with the slightly lower pricing. If it sticks to the same ballpark as the Pixel 5, we could see pricing in Pakistan is starting from around Rs 110,500 which is translated to USD is $699. We’d expect the Pixel 6 Pro to be flagship so that’s likely to be more expensive.


  • Under-display front camera?
  • Change to the rear design
  • Pro model

Renders of the Google Pixel 6 have appeared online, claimed to have been designed from images of the real models. They show a dramatic redesign from previous Pixels, with a large camera housing on the rear spreading across the width of the phones, while the front of the devices has a centralized punch hole camera, very slim bezels and even a slight curve at the edge of the display. These renders were supported by further renders of the standard and model from another reliable leaker.

The renders suggest an under-display fingerprint sensor – something that is definitely plausible as under-display fingerprint scanners have been around for a while now and are on many of the Pixel’s competitors. It would be a change from the rear physical fingerprint sensor on previous Pixels, but if the camera does span the back, it would be an obvious move.

There has been some talk of an under-display front camera, following a filed patent from Google, though we’d be surprised to see that this year and the renders suggest that won’t be something that is happening this time around.

The renders show bright and bold colour options for the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro, with bright orange and pale orange so it looks like Google is going for a total refresh if the renders are accurate. Bolder colour aesthetics also seem to be a part of Android 12, so both hardware and software might be pulling in the same direction. Also, Read Nokia X90 Premium 2021 Price, Specs, and Release Date

Google Pixel 6 2021 Display

  • Pixel 6: 6.4-inch, Full HD+
  • Under-display fingerprint scanner
  • 120Hz refresh rate

The Pixel 5 has a 6-inch display but rumours have suggested the Pixel 6 will be slightly larger at 6.4-inches. It’s said to be a flat display, rather than curved like the Pixel 6 Pro is said to be coming with.

The resolution hasn’t been detailed in rumours as yet but we would expect a Full HD+ screen for the standard Pixel 6. It wouldn’t be too surprising to see the Pixel 6 Pro offer a higher resolution compared to the standard 6, as well as a faster refresh rate, but there aren’t any firm details yet.

Hardware and specs

  • Google-own chip
  • UWB technology
  • 5G connectivity

Rumours suggest Google is working on its own system-on-chip, internally called Whitechapel. It’s said the company could be working with Samsung on the processor and it’s claimed it could offer a similar performance to the Qualcomm Snapdragon 700 series.

Of course, if this isn’t the case then Google is likely to offer a Qualcomm Snapdragon chipset under the hood of the Pixel 6. The succeeding chip to the Pixel 5’s 765G processor is the Snapdragon 780G, but at the moment, nothing is clear. Previous to the Pixel 5, Pixel devices had the flagship Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, which is currently the 888.

So far, there is no word on battery capacity, RAM or storage options for the Pixel 6, though Google confirmed that its upcoming Digital Car Key feature would use ultra-wideband technology, currently not offered in any Pixel device – a hint that a future release will include it.

Google Pixel 6 Cameras

  • 4K video recording from the front
  • Pixel 6: Dual rear

Google Pixel phones are praised for their excellent cameras so we fully expect the Pixel 6 to continue on this path. Or we at least hope it does. Based on the leaked renders, the Pixel 6 will have a dual-camera on the back, while the Pixel 6 Pro will have a triple rear camera, with the Pro model possibly adding a periscope telephoto lens.

The only other rumours relating to cameras at the moment is the claim the front camera could support 4K video recording. Otherwise, it’s not been detailed in leaks what the rear cameras of the two phones could offer, but features like Night Sight are expected on the Pixel 6. The Pixel 5 has a dual rear camera, but some tweaks are likely even if the hardware stays largely the same for the Pixel 6.

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