5X “Ultra Telephoto” camera as part of Google Pixel 6 XL

5X "Ultra Telephoto" camera as part of Google Pixel 6 XL

Tech Highlights:

  • A new line has been discovered in the apk, it has the id “zoom_toggle_ultratele” and the text “5x”. This is a rather obvious hint that we may see a 5x zoom “ultra tele” camera on the device. As if that’s not enough, some references to the new “ultratele” zoom toggle were spotted. It was also discovered that the real optical zoom level of that camera may be 4.3x. Some details regarding the ultra-wide camera were also spotted. The real zoom of that camera will be 0.615x, compared to 0.670x on the Pixel 4a 5G and 5.

  • It appears that a 5x “ultra tele” camera will be one of the cameras in the Google Pixel 6 XL aka Pro. Actually, Google’s own Camera app provided this information. The Google Camera v8.3.252 contains a suggestion for it, according to XDA Developers. A 5x “ultra tele” camera for the Pixel 6 XL is suggested by the newest Google Camera version. The most recent release of Android 12 Beta 3 includes this particular version of the Google Camera app. It does use Android 12’s dynamic theming mechanism, but it looks to be covering up more than that. The Pixel 6 XL aka Pro will employ a 5x zoom “ultra tele” camera, according to the source’s investigation of that app’s APK.

Both of Google’s flagships will arrive in September or October, along with two more devices. The Google Pixel 6 and 6 Pro aka XL are expected to arrive in either September or October. The company’s first foldable smartphone is also rumored to arrive at that time, along with the Pixel Watch. We believed that the Pixel 6 Pro will be the name of the larger Pixel phone, but it seems like Google may opt for the ‘XL’ naming after all. Some references to the ‘Pixel 6 XL’ were spotted recently.

The Google Pixel 6 and 6 Pro will ship with Google’s very first processor. The Pixel 6 won’t exactly be much smaller than the 6 Pro, only barely, and it will include a flat display. Both of them will be flagship-grade, though

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