Google Pixel 6 Renders Leaked, Spilling More Details

Google Pixel 6 Series
Google Pixel 6 Series

Google Pixel 6 CAD-based renders have appeared, providing us with a much closer look at the phone’s prototype. Following the unveiling of some Pixel 6 renders by tipster Jon Prosser, we now have a more comprehensive look at the phone courtesy of tipster @OnLeaks. The Google Pixel 6 images shared with onleaks show a punch-hole screen in the center and a special rear panel configuration with a dual-tone finish. According to recent rumors about the next generation of Pixel phones, we may see the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro this year. Google seems to be dropping the XL moniker from its handset nomenclature in favor of ‘Pro’ for the large-screen model.

Google Pixel 6 Renders and Specifications (expected)

Google Pixel Specifications
Source: Digit

The Google Pixel 6 Pro has a 6.67-inch curved panel with a single punch-hole cutout for the front-facing selfie camera. The screen is assumed to feature an AMOLED panel with a high refresh rate. The panel would have thin bezels on both sides and an in-screen fingerprint reader. However, keep in mind that the OnLeaks renders of the Pixel 6 Pro reveal a considerably larger than the previous leak.

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 The rear camera bridge will contain two camera sensors, a tiny and unknown third sensor next to the LED light, and a microphone. Furthermore, the device would have dimensions of 158.6mm x 74.8mm x 8.9mm (11.8mm with the rear camera bump) and a USB Type-C port on the bottom side. The power button and volume rocker for the handset would be on the right side of the panel. The renders display a dual-tone finish with a thin strip of orange above the camera bridge to complement the orange of the ‘G’ logo. The Pixel 6 Pro has dual stereo speakers and wireless charging support. There’s no news on which chipset would power the phone, but we’ve heard rumors that Google, like Apple, will manufacture its own silicon chipset. Let’s see if 2021 is the year that it makes its appearance.

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