Pixel 6 Pro is getting more spotlight than its sibling lately. More leaks of the device are coming out, and Youtuber This is Tech Today shares some of the photos and video shots shot from Pixel 6 Pro by his source. At the beginning of the video, he shares some of the previous hands-on videos of the device. You can clearly see that the display is going to be a curved one like we used to see with the 2018-era smartphones from the likes of Samsung. The curves are subtle and look like will not hinder normal usage.
The display design looks similar to the Galaxy Note 10 though. On the right-hand side, we can see the power key on the top with Volume rockers placed below that.
Ahead in the video, the host shares some details about the camera app. He clearly states that most of the features mentioned by XDA seem to be missing, but, the software is pre-production software, so we may see more changes with the app in the near future with or after launch with an OTA update.
In the video up next, he shares something interesting. The photo mode of the app has four options of zoom – 0.7X, 1X, 2X, and 4X. In the video mode, we can see three options – 0.7X, 1X, and 4X. With the portrait mode, the default zoom is 2.8X but also has the option to switch to 1X.
Up next, the host also shares some image and video samples, but clearly states that the source is not a photographer, and the software is not yet ready for the final release, so we should consider that the quality can be far better than what we are going to see.
With all the image settings – 1X, 2X, and 4X, the images come out to be good enough. Moreover, we can see that the images were taken from a Pixel 6 Pro via the metadata.
With some other samples, showing how clear the data from the sensors is captures, gives no room for doubt after all. At the end of the video, you can see the video samples as well.
Source: This Is Tech Today