There are only eight days left till Google unveils the long awaited Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro. This is far from shutting off the flow of rumors and other revelations, which now puts us in the midst of a fascinating feature. Everyone has previously had a photograph ruined by the presence of an unwanted third party in the frame. With a wave of a simple touch, the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro may be able to assist us fix the problem.
The English leaker Car Phone Warehouse made a little blunder by releasing the entire presentation materials for the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro way too early. Since their removal, they have remained available via the Internet Archive’s Way back Machine, allowing us to uncover several previously unknown features.
The “Magic Eraser” is the focus of our attention today. According to the Sources, this magic eraser will “remove photobombers or undesirable items so that your subject stays the spotlight.”
The screenshots of the Pixel 6’s picture interface do not yet let us to fully comprehend how everything works. However, “the magic eraser may not operate on all the parts of an image,” according to a short paragraph at the bottom of the contract. This, like Google’s Night Shift night mode, is based on artificial intelligence, which, as we all know, isn’t perfect when it comes to picture processing.
A focus-correction function
These sites, discovered by Evan Blass, are chock-full of details on upcoming Google devices. We also discover that, in addition to Magic Eraser, another AI-based function will fix an image when the focus has been lost.
This feature, dubbed “Face Unblur,” “captures the moment and shows the faces clearly to improve their clarity,” according to the brochure. This might be especially beneficial in low-light conditions, where smartphone focussing is most prone to cause problems.
Furthermore, nearly everything we already knew about the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro is confirmed on these online pages. They’ll come with a new 50 megapixel primary sensor that, according to Google, can capture “150 percent more light than the Pixel 5”. The Pixel 6 will come with a 12-megapixel ultra-wide-angle lens, while the Pixel 6 Pro will include a 48-megapixel telephoto lens. A Google Tensor processor, the first developed exclusively for a Google smartphone, will animate everything. The Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro will be unveiled on Tuesday, October 19th at 20hrs Kenyan Time.