Pixel 6 Pro Tensor chip 2+2+4 configuration seems confirmed
Although the latest information mentions nothing about the exact microarchitecture of the CPU cores, it does corroborate the 2+2+4 configuration.
According to earlier reports, the chip will be made using Samsung’s 5nm process.
Pixel 6 Pro rumored to offer 120Hz display, Battery Share, and UWB
The rest of the report largely backs up what we have heard already, but also provides some new information. The display is allegedly 120Hz and has a resolution of 3120 x 1440, but it’s not clear yet if the refresh rate changes dynamically in response to the content being shown. The phone can support both 120Hz and 1440p simultaneously. The rate can go as low as 10Hz when low power modes like Always on Display are activated.
Finally, new camera sensors: 50MP, 12MP, and 48MP
In addition to the Tensor chip, the new camera setup is also a highlight of the forthcoming devices. Per the latest leak, Pixel 6 Pro’s rear camera setup will employ the Samsung 50MP GN1 sensor for the main unit, Sony’s 12MP IMX386 sensor for the wide-angle shooter, and Sony’s 48MP IMX586 sensor for the telephoto snapper, which Google has said supports 4X optical zoom. The front camera is allegedly 12MP.
The Pixel 6 Pro firmware is apparently based on Linux kernel version 5.10, and since this version will be supported until the end of 2026, it appears that rumors about 5 years of software support were right on the money.