Google is rumoured to launch the Pixel 6 series later this year. The company will debut two new Pixel smartphones. Rumours suggest that the bigger model will launch as the Pixel 6 Pro. CAD renders of the two smartphones had leaked a few days ago. Tipster OnLeaks has shared more detailed renders of the vanilla Pixel 6. The tipster has also shared some specifications of the upcoming Google smartphone with 91Mobiles. According to the report, the vanilla model will feature a 6.4-inch display. It will have a hole-punch cutout at the top centre of the display. The phone will also sport a massive camera island on the back. Let’s take a look at the upcoming Google Pixel 6 renders, specifications, and other details.
Google Pixel 6 design renders leak online a day after Google I/O 2021 ends
Google Pixel 6 series is rumoured to launch in August 2021. The standard model’s design renders have leaked ahead of the launch.
Leaked renders by OnLeaks and 91mobiles give us more details on the upcoming Google flagship. The renders are more or less similar to Jon Prosser’s leaked Pixel images. OnLeaks has shared more details on the device’s specifications.
The tipster claims that the vanilla model will have a 6.4-inch display. The display is flat and will sport a hole-punch cutout at the top centre. He further revealed that the device will support wireless charging and come with a single bottom-firing speaker.
Leaked renders further reveal that the standard model will have a horizontal camera island on the back. It will have two camera sensors, which are likely to shoot wide and ultrawide images. There is also an unknown third sensor next to the LED flash. Details about the camera sensors are currently unknown. OnLeaks claims that the device will measure 158.6 x 74.8 x 8.9mm.
The upcoming Google smartphones are rumoured to feature a custom silicon co-developed with Samsung. Google is likely to launch the devices with Android 12 out of the box.
Design renders of the Pro model have also leaked. You can click here to check our coverage on the same.
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