Google finally has unveiled the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro—the first phones to include a Google-made processor—and it looks like they finally could make the Pixel line-up shine as brightly as it deserves.
After months of rumors and leaks, Google officially has revealed the next phones in its Pixel lineup, the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro. Unlike past Pixel devices, the new smartphones will feature a Google-made processor called Google Tensor. While Google has yet to share any exact specs about the device, the series of tweets it shared as part of the announcement mention better performance and processing power compared to previous chips used in Pixel phones.
If Google can deliver flagship quality performance on its latest Pixel devices, then it could finally break through the mold it set for itself in the past. In fact, if the new Google-powered smartphones turn out to be as good as Google claims, it could finally get me to abandon my iPhone in favor of Android once more.