Pixel 6 could receive Android updates for 5 years
The Google Pixel 6 it should arrive by the end of the year. Like every year, there are already many indiscretions and the news leaked on the smartphone, between specifications and design. Now, according to the most recent rumors, the future top of the range will also have additional software support.
The leaker Jon Prosser provided a rundown of what the specs might be. Pixel 6 will feature an AMOLED display from 6.4 in50MP main sensor with 12MP ultrawide camera, 128 / 256GB storage space, 8 GB of RAM and a 4614 mAh battery.
The “Pro” variant will get an increase in the display a 6.71 in, although some rumors have speculated that this will be a 120Hz QHD + resolution, while the smaller variant will have a 120Hz FHD + resolution. The Pixel 6 “Pro” will also be equipped with an additional 48 MP telephoto lens, up to 256 GB of storage space and 12 GB of RAM. The battery will also be bigger, by ben 5,000 mAh.
The most interesting thing is that this well-known leaker claims that the Pixel 6 will receive well five years of Android software updates, quite an impressive number. So far, Samsung holds the record for longest software support, with a whopping 4 years on many of its devices.
Obviously, that’s information to be taken with a grain of salt until we hear something official from Google. It is also important to note that it may not necessarily refer to five years of Android version updates, but to five years of software support via software updates. safety.