Pixel 6 will be a big update on Privacy, says Google CEO

Google Pixel 6 smartphone is set to be released later this year, and the company is now providing updates to the public on its progress on the device’s release.

As Google CEO Sundar Pichai recently stated on the company’s quarterly results call, we may infer that the company’s upcoming Pixel devices will be based on this information.

According to Pichai’s statements to investors, Google’s next-generation smartphones will be based on Android 12, which will offer enhanced performance and privacy.

During his presentation, he stated that the Google phone lineup for the autumn will include some “significant technological investments.”

The various leaks and rumors that have found their way online in recent months have provided us with a great deal of information regarding the upcoming Google Pixel phones.

We now know that the “deep technological investments” that Pichai refers to include Google’s own mobile CPU, which will make its debut this year, based on the information we have gathered thus far.

It will be used to power Google’s Pixel 6 smartphone series as well as all future Pixel devices.

The chipset is named Whitechapel. For its phones and its own operating system, Google designed and built a CPU just for them. In order to improve the overall performance of the gadgets, we may expect a slew of modifications.

It has been suggested that, on its own, the Whitechapel chipset will be somewhat less powerful than the Snapdragon 888 and Apple’s A15 Bionic processor.

The processing power should be comparable to what we would expect from the OS-level optimizations that it may include.

Additionally, a “significant technological investment” might be beneficial in this situation.

For the time being, only the biggest names in the industry have been able to create a chipset for a smartphone. With Google’s “investment” in the region, the company is expected to gain a competitive advantage over the competitors in the near future.

The Pixel 6 series will, in addition to sporting a new CPU, be equipped with a next-generation camera system that will be significantly improved over the previous Pixel devices.

It is impossible to predict exactly what the new Pixel 6 smartphones will bring to the table, given how well-known its cameras currently are.

It is more accurate to say that Pichai’s statement is a hint rather than a definitive indicator of what is to come. However, now that we know what to anticipate from the next Pixel smartphones, we can connect the dots to figure out which specific areas Google is aiming to enhance with its new products.