Pixel 6 On-Display, in Google’s NYC Store

Pixel 6 Pro

Google has a very unique way of marketing its products. Ever since Google unveiled its Pixel Lineup on the 3rd of August, there have been several leaks of the product. Now you can head over to Google’s store in New York City and have a look at the Pixel 6 phones displayed there.

All we know up until now about the Pixel 6 lineup is it will feature a tri-cluster Google Tensor octa-core SoC, 12 GB of LPDDR5 RAM and a 5,000 mAh battery with support for wireless & reverse charging; with a 1440p OLED display capable of running at 120Hz refresh rate. To know more about the hardware specifications read:

Google Pixel 6 Pro: Leak Confirms All Major Specifications

Courtesy of Reddit users, u/ThisGuyRightHer3 and u/rami1190 we have pictures of the Pixel 6 Pro in the Gold/Peach colour and the Pixel 6 in Coral.

All you can is the design of the back panel and that is something Google revealed on the first day itself. Having said that, looking at these devices even though they are behind the glass is going to be a sight to behold for Pixel fans out there. As mentioned earlier, Google has a very different marketing approach and it seems to be working as they’ve got everyone talking about it. It’s just a couple of days since the Apple Event and Google is already stealing its thunder.

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Michael Fisher, a renowned Youtuber also tweeted some amazing pictures of the devices.

The Pixel 6 lineup is one of the most anticipated devices by the company so far and one of the main reasons for that is Google’s in-house “Tensor” SoC. There have been recent leaks about the SoC being spotted on GeekBench.

The official date for the launch of the Pixel 6 lineup is not known, but there are rumours about the device being launched in the second or third week of October.

We for one are very excited for the official launch of the Pixel 6 lineup. Are you as excited as us? Let us know in the comments below.

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