Watch the Android 12 phone's reveal on Tuesday: Google'' s Pixel 6 will be revealed

Watch the Android 12 phone's reveal on Tuesday: Google'' s Pixel 6 will be revealed ...

The Pixel 6 and Pixel6 Pro, which will be released Tuesday, will show off the new phones and even more of the Android 12 software that will power them. The debut of the Pixel will be made as part of a prerecorded livestream and will likely provide us with more information on the device's cameras, the new Tensor chip, and the various technologies that will come to the devices.

The Pixel reveal will begin with our preshow at 9:30 a.m. Google's event at 10 a.m. PT Tuesday, leading up to the event. PT. The event will be streamed on CNET's YouTube channel, and the player is also included on this page. This page will also include live coverage of Google's Pixel 6, which will include every update we learn about the Pixel 6 and Pixel6 Pro.

If you'd rather watch the event straight from Google, the company's live stream will be available on Google'' Pixel fall event page at 10 a.m. PT. The event page takes a cue from Google's interactive Doodles, allowing you to change the "mood" by holding the spacebar to alter the colors and elements on the Pixel 6.

Unlike phone shows that debut the design of a new phone, we already know what the Pixel 6 and higher-end Pixel6 Pro look like. Both phones will have a camera bar along the back and will be available in dozens of pastel and metallic colors. When the Pixel 6 phones were given an early tease in August, we learned that Google's in-house Tensor system-on-chip will be introduced. The internal change may take a cue from Apple's way of designing its own chips for the iPhone line, allowing Google to further customize and support the Pixel phone.

We didn't yet know the specs of the Pixel's cameras, but Google revealed that both phones have a new sensor that absorbs 150% more light than the 5 Pixel, as well as an ultrawide lens. The Pixel 6 Pro will also include a telephoto lens with s/4x optical zoom.

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The Tensor chip will also help improve photography on the software side, such as fixing blurry photos by combining elements of several shots into a single image, and allow the phone to perform tasks that rely on artificial intelligence. Examples of the latter include improved speech recognition, dictation that can differentiate between messages and voice commands, and live translations that combine Google's existing Live Caption and Interpreter modes.

Despite these teases, there are still plenty of Pixel 6 rumornations out there that the Oct. 19 event will hopefully address. Beyond the phone's launch date and price, these include a possible 50-megapixel wide camera, x Pixel stand with 23-watt wireless charging, and nifty Pixel Pass subscription that would bundle phone financing with Google' s services like YouTube Premium. This third possibility may be a rival to the Apple One subscription bundles, while also excluding the price of the Pixel 6 or Pixel6 Pro, and would be comparable to Microsoft's Xbox All Access subscription, which bundle s e october 1 with Xbox Game Pass Ultimate.

What are you waiting for from Google's Oct. 19 event, the Pixel 6 and Pixel6 Pro? Tell us what you think in the comments.

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