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About a week ago (look back through the blogs done), I presented 3 new cameras coming out soon on the market. They were the new Apple 13, The new Samsung folding phones, and the new Nokia phone.

Today, I am going to cover 3 more brands of cell phones that are soon to arrive: The GOOGLE PIXEL 6, The ONE PLUS 9T, and the new HUAWEI P50.


Google is a company that is always to be reckoned with. And their cameras are worth looking at as well. The new Pixel 6 cameras are here to compete with the others.

As you can see from the picture above, they have a completely new design that looks unlike any other phone. On top of that, the Pixel 6 range has a new chipset dubbed the Google Tensor, which for the first time has been made by Google itself, so no other phones have it.

As for the other specs, the Google Pixel 6 Pro has a curved screen of around 6.7 inches with a 120Hz refresh rate, while the basic Pixel 6 has a flat 90Hz screen.

You also get a triple-lens camera on the Pixel 6 Pro, with main, ultra-wide and telephoto offerings – the last of which allows for 4x optical zoom. The standard Pixel 6 lacks the telephoto lens but keeps the other two.

Beyond that we’re mostly in rumor territory, as Google hasn’t fully announced these phones yet, but leaks suggest that the Google Pixel 6 Pro could have a 50MP main camera, a 48MP telephoto one, and a 12MP ultra-wide one, plus a 5,000mAh battery, 12GB of RAM, and up to 512GB of storage. So unlike the Pixel 5 this might be a seriously high-spec phone.

THE NEW OnePlus 9T is another sharp camera

The OnePlus 9T is set to be the company’s second major flagship release for 2021, following the already-available OnePlus 9.

This upcoming model isn’t something that we know much about yet, but expect it to be a modest upgrade on the OnePlus 9, rather than a complete overhaul.

Rumors so far suggest that it might have 120Hz LTPO screen with a Full HD+ resolution, and that there won’t be a OnePlus 9T Pro alongside it. Beyond that, a newer, more powerful chipset is certainly a possibility (perhaps the Snapdragon 888 Plus), as are improvements to the camera and battery.

We’re likely to see the OnePlus 9T in September or October based on the company’s past form, though at least one source suggests it might have been canceled.


The Huawei P50 range has actually already been announced, but it’s initially only available in China, so we’re still waiting for a global launch.

It could be worth the wait though, as the top model – the Huawei P50 Pro – has a 6.6-inch 1228 x 2700 OLED screen with a 120Hz refresh rate, a Snapdragon 888 chipset, up to 12GB of RAM, and a quad-lens camera, with a 50MP main sensor, a 64MP telephoto one (with 3.5x optical and 200x digital zoom), a 13MP ultra-wide, and a 40MP monochrome camera.

It also has a 4,360mAh battery with 66W fast charging, but due to the ongoing Huawei ban it runs the company’s new HarmonyOS 2 rather than Android, and is also stuck without 5G.

The standard Huawei P50 is a similar phone in a lot of ways, but with a slightly smaller screen, a 90Hz refresh rate, a 4,100mAh battery, and a different camera arrangement, consisting of a 50MP main, 13MP ultra-wide, and 12MP telephoto camera, with 5x optical zoom.

This article and information is courtesy of: techradar, and written by: James Rogerson

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