Leaked video reveals Google Pixel 6 Pro back design, Tensor chipset specifications
- A leaked hands-on video reveals that the
Google Pixel 6 Prois likely to have a glossy back.
Tensor chipsetwhich will power the phone is expected to have two Cortex-X1 cores.
- The X1 is considered to be the most powerful Cortex CPU to date.
AdvertisementThe Google Pixel 6 Pro is leaked to have a glossy back and the company’s Tensor chipset will feature two Cortex-X1 cores, making it one of the fastest processors in the market. While, most of what will be on offer with the upcoming Google Pixel devices has been leaked or revealed by the company itself, a new leak of hands-on video confirms that the Pixel 6 Pro will have a glossy finish and some details of the Tensor chipset.
The leaked hands-on video was revealed by M. Brandon Lee of ThisisTechToday and it shows a grey prototype device without the Google logo having a glossy back. The hardware and design shown in the video are expected to match the final design of the Pixel 6 Pro.
Along with a glossy design, the back features a black bar that houses the three camera lenses. The phone has a curvy design both at the back and front and features a hole-punch type selfie camera at the top-right of the display. The back reflects light falling on it, confirming its glossy finish.
Specifications of Tensor chipset
The leak also reveals some key specifications of the Tensor chipset thanks to an image in ThisisTechToday’s video. The image shows the Google Pixel Pro 6 running the CPU-Z app, revealing the architecture of the Tensor chipset. If the leak is to be believed then the Tensor chipset will be feature two ARM Cortex-X1, two ARM Cortex-A76 and four ARM Cortex-A55 cores.
The ARM Cortex-X1 is considered to be the most powerful Cortex CPU available on Android devices. For context, the Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 and Samsung Exynos 2100 processors feature only one Cortex-XI core.
As per a report in XDADevelopers, the prototype of the Pixel Pro 6 is claimed to be found in a computer shop in Nigeria, however, the original source of the video is unknown.
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