According to recent leaks from a marketing site, the Google Pixel 6’s camera will include a new Magic Eraser feature, and the smartphones will receive five years of Android security upgrades.
The Carphone Warehouse website was exhibiting photographs of Google marketing materials for the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro, according to reliable leaker Evan Blass (the images have since been taken down, but you can view the earlier versions of the Carphone Warehouse pages on the Wayback Machine here and here). The description for the previously disclosed Magic Eraser, which will reportedly be tied to Google Photos, is shown in screenshots:
“Magic Eraser causes interruptions to vanish with a couple of taps. Eliminate outsiders and undesirable items in Google Photos, so individuals and spots that you catch stay the genuine stars.”
A lot of what is in the most recent photographs has been spilled or affirmed as of now; the Pixel 6 camera will have a 50MP principle sensor and a 12MP ultrawide focal point, and the Pixel 6 Pro will have a 48MP zooming focal point.
Also, as Engadget noticed, a portion of the duplicate on the spilled pictures (in the small, little fine print) references “Android security refreshes for something like a long time from when the gadget originally opened up on the Google Store in the US.” That would mean Pixel 6 gadgets would have assurance into 2026.
Google stretched out beyond a portion of the current year’s holes with early declarations about the Pixel 6 and the Pixel 6 Pro, including hints about its Tensor processor. The organization will hold its conventional pre-winter equipment occasion on October nineteenth, where it will “authoritatively present” the Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro.