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.
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