Under-screen fingerprint reader for Pixel 6 revealed
We already know that the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro are on their way. We know about renovated Tensor processor, which is able to translate another language in real time and quickly edit high-resolution images. Google too confirmed It will add a fingerprint sensor under the screen, similar to the one that appeared recently in Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3. And now, we know what a fingerprint sensor would look like—sort of.
Hiroshi Lockheimer, Senior Vice President of Android, ensured that a tweet Looks like it was sent by mistake Screenshot of where the fingerprint sensor will be embedded in the Pixel front. It is not clear which Pixel The model from which the screenshot actually came from, but a closer look says 1440 x The screen resolution is 3200, which looks identical to The upcoming Pixel 6 Pro.
As for the fingerprint sensor under the display, it appears to be positioned just below the center line, making it accessible for both the right and left thumbs. One of the guides said It appears to be around the same area where it was placed on Galaxy S21 Ultra.
Lockheimer appeared to originally publish the photo as a tribute to the new material you stylings coming to Android 12. The next version of Android will extract a color palette from your wallpaper and automatically apply it to typography and other system elements for a dynamic look. Android 12 is currently in public beta. It recently reached platform stability, so the APIs and system behaviors are finalized — and it’s stable enough to run on an unreleased device like the Pixel 6 Pro.
The Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro phones are expected to be officially announced in the coming months. We are already You know what it would look like.Google opted for a three-color aesthetic this time around, instead from color palette we saw in The past few generations of pixels. We also know that there will be a “camera strip” featuring a large number of lenses, including a wide and ultra-wide camera. they were encourage From what we’ve seen so far, Pixel leaks and rumors are sure to add to the hype.