The Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro have leaked in new renders shared by tipster Jon Prosser. The images give us a glimpse at the search engine giant’s upcoming flagship offerings. The Pixel 6 smartphones will debut as the successor to the Pixel 5 sometime in October this year.
The renders reveal the Pixel 6 smartphones in an all-new design. Google is also expected to do away with the ‘XL’ moniker this year. The standard and Pro variants will also come with the same specs apart from a few differences in terms of camera and display size.
Google Pixel 6 and 6 Pro tipped to come with all-new design
The Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro will feature a centre-aligned punch-hole camera and an OLED display with thin bezels on all sides. The phones will feature an in-display fingerprint scanner compared to the rear-mounted one on previous generations. There are power and volume rocker buttons on the right side while the left side remains bare.
On the back panel, the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro smartphones retain Google’s dual-tone design, with a camera module sandwiched in between. There is an orange strip at the top, and a peach hue at the bottom. As seen in the renders, the smartphones feature a protruding horizontal camera module that stretches across the width of the back panel. Another noticeable difference between the standard Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro is that the former sports a smaller display and dual camera setup compared to the latter which also houses an additional camera sensor.
I can independently confirm the Pixel 6 renders are accurate in design, but color isn't.
— Max Weinbach (@MaxWinebach) May 13, 2021
The leaked renders don’t reveal anything apart from the design of the Pixel 6 smartphones. Another tipster Max Weinbach claims that the renders are accurate in design but the colours may not be correct. Google will reportedly use its own custom-made chipsets co-developed with Samsung.