Upcoming flagship Google Pixel 6 introduced in a completely new design

Upcoming flagship Google Pixel 6 introduced in a completely new design

This year, Google hopes to unveil its first flagship smartphone based on a proprietary chip developed in collaboration with Samsung. Today, the iconic insider John Prosser released the Pixel 6 renders, which showcase the device’s radically designed design. Furthermore, he claims that the search giant will return to a scheme under which he released two versions of the flagship smartphone.

It is expected that this year Google will unveil more advanced Pixel 6 Pro along with Pixel 6. Both devices will receive a freshly original design with a rectangular main camera block that extends across the entire width of the rear panel. It will be covered with black glass. Google Pixel 6 will have a dual camera, while Pixel 6 Pro will have three main camera sensors. Unfortunately, the insider did not share information about the camera specifications, but there are suggestions that the third Pixel 6 Pro sensor will be paired with a telephoto lens.

Interestingly, Pixel 6 will have three colors according to the leak. Most rear panels will be painted in the base color, while a small strip above the camera block will be in a more saturated tone. The third color will be the frame that surrounds the entire smartphone.

For the front panel, renders indicate that the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro will find very thin bezels around the display, and that the smartphone’s front camera will be located in a small circular notch in the middle of the top of the screen. The fingerprint scanner will be integrated into the display panel.

Pixel 6 is expected to debut in early October this year. According to some reports, along with smartphones, the Pixel Watch will also be introduced – the first Google smartwatch, which also appeared on published renderers.

See also  sim update 9. FPS drop from "massive"

If you see an error, select it with the mouse and press CTRL + ENTER.


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here