Google Pixel 6 Pro has in-display fingerprint reader
In pursuit of a full-screen design, most flagship devices now use face recognition instead of fingerprint recognition, but in terms of experience, fingerprint recognition may sometimes be better.
Of course, if a device can support fingerprint and face recognition at the same time, it is the best. Under the trend of continuing the full-screen design, experience in-display fingerprint reader is better and has become the flagship standard.
In the tweets that Google executives have deleted, Google executives revealed in advance that the upcoming Google Pixel 6 Pro supports an in-display fingerprint reader.
Google has previously revealed part of the industrial design of the Pixel 6 Pro. This series of devices uses Google’s self-developed Tensor processor to provide strong computing power for the device, mainly for artificial intelligence and machine learning.
But other details Google has not revealed yet, but some users have found more details of some of this new device from the pictures released by Google executives.
The image released by Google executives shows that the resolution of Pixel 6 Pro is 1440 x 3220, and the huge fingerprint icon on the screen is the logo of the fingerprint sensor under the display.
The connected Verizon 5G network indicates that Pixel 6 Pro may support a sub-6GHz high-speed network. It stands to reason that Pixel 6 should also support these functions.
Usually, Google will hold a press conference in October to introduce these new devices. Users who are interested in Google’s hardware products can pay attention to Google’s press conference at that time.