If there's one thing Apple's iPhone 13 did, it was surely to make people look forward to a phone that actually looks different, as opposed to another iPhone 12.
Placing the cameras diagonally opposite each other, as opposed to in a near little row, is hardly the stuff of consumer dreams.
Perhaps, then, the tingling for Google's Pixel 6 will have been intensified.
Perhaps, too, Google realizes this. Because, in a peculiar enthusiasm for marketing, it's suddenly dangling the prospect of a true surprise.
You, surely, will be wondering all about the so-called Tensor chip that will be embedded in the Pixel 6.
Please let me ask you, though. Does it make a noise? Can you pick it up and shake it about? And, most importantly, can you put it in your mouth and eat it?
You might think these questions absurd. I might think you simply haven't heard of a quite startling inducement to …