Google has recently revealed the appearance of its new smartphones, the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro. Both of these smartphones will come with many changes starting from the design, specifications, and also from the rear camera setup.
Well, talking about the camera on the Google Pixel 6 and 6 Pro, recently there was information that stated that the smartphone will use the Samsung GN1 camera sensor with a resolution of 50MP.
This information was found from a line of code found in the latest Android 12 Beta 4 operating system, where there is a city named ‘p21’ which refers to the Pixel 6 Series smartphone.
In the code, there is another code that reads ‘gn1_wide’ which is predicted to be the Samsung GN1 sensor that will be used in the new smartphone made by Google.
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Just to let you know, the Samsung GN1 sensor itself was announced last May, this sensor comes with a size of 1.2μm and has pixel binning technology from 4 to 1 so as to produce sharper and detailed image quality.
For now, the Samsung GN1 sensor has been used in several smartphones such as the Vivo X60 Pro+ and there is a larger GN2 version used on the latest Mi 11 Ultra smartphone.
Let’s wait for official information from Google regarding the presence of this new smartphone. Are you interested in buying the smartphone when it is officially launched? Do share your thoughts in the comment box below. Also, check out a compilation of the most wanted smartphones this week.