@FrontTron has published more data about the Pixel 6 series cameras, following on from the subtleties offered by Max Weinbach a week ago. It is unclear where @FrontTron has their data from, yet it generally Naver, a South Korean blogging site.
As per @FrontTron, the Pixel 6 series will support a ‘gimbal-like steady cam mode’, a feature that remaining parts uncommon on cell phones. Notwithstanding, Vivo released the X50 Pro with a gimbal camera a year ago, followed a few months after the fact by the LG Wing. Both function admirably, regardless of whether they are only an extension of OIS found in most current cell phones.
Also, @FrontTron claims that the Pixel 6 will use a ‘bigger Samsung sensor’. There is no sign that this will be the gadget’s primary camera sensor, despite the fact that it is by all accounts suggested. Also, @FrontTron affirms that Google will prepare the Pixel 6 series with custom Neural Processing Unit (NPU) and Image Signal Processor (ISP) chips.
Moreover, the Pixel 6 series will represent a major improvement in videography contrasted with the Pixel 5. Google’s latest flagship is no slouch in this department, yet Google has a best approach in getting Apple and its present iPhones.