Last month, the Google Pixel 6 Pro appeared in a hands-on video, which didn’t reveal much of significance new but gave us a quick 360-degree tour of the next-gen Pixel. The same source is back with another video, showing us the photos and videos taken from the Pixel 6 Pro.
The new camera samples come from YouTuber M. Brandon Lee of This is Tech Today, which, he says, were acquired from a source in Nigeria. And in addition to showing us the Pixel 6 Pro’s image and video quality, the YouTuber also gives us a glimpse of the camera app’s UI.
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Besides, the EXIF data of the pictures from Google Photos reveal the images were captured in 12.5MP resolution, corroborating previous leaks claiming the smartphone will sport a 50MP sensor, which produces 12.5MP pixel-binned images.
As far as the picture/video quality is concerned, it’s worth mentioning that the camera samples were taken with a pre-release unit, and the ones we’ll see on the retail versions will be better.
The YouTuber also gives us a better look at the Pixel 6 Pro’s curved screen and says its curves are similar to the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra’s. You can watch the entire video below.