New Pixel 6 Renders Show Just How Big the Camera Bump Really is

Let’s take a look at the Google Pixel 6 series renders, colour options and other details.

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Google will launch its next flagship smartphone on October 19. The Pixel 6 series will debut a day after the Apple event on October 18. The search engine giant has already confirmed some of the key details of the device earlier this year. Alongside, Google had also teased the rear panel design of its upcoming flagship. Tipster EvLeaks has now revealed more design renders of the Pixel 6 series. The new renders show how big the camera bump is on the Pixel 6 series. The tipster has also revealed the colour option details of both devices. Let’s take a look at the Google Pixel 6 series renders, colour options and other details.

Google Pixel 6 series colours and design renders

Google Pixel 6 series debuts on October 19. Ahead of the launch, more design renders and colour options of the devices have leaked online. The new design renders uploaded by EvLeaks confirm the naming scheme of the new colours. The vanilla model will come in Seafoam Green, Stormy Black, at least. The Pro model, on the other hand, will come in Cloudy White and Stormy Black as well. There is also a rumoured Orange colour option that could launch alongside.

While the design renders have leaked in the past, the new Pixel 6 renders give us a better view of the protruding camera strip on the back. The vanilla model houses a dual-camera setup, whereas the Pro variant has a triple-camera setup. 

Both phones will have a 50MP primary camera and a 12MP ultrawide camera. The Pro model will have an additional 48MP telephoto camera with 4x optical zoom. 

The standard model will have a 6.4-inch Full HD+ 90Hz AMOLED display, whereas the Pro variant will have a 6.7-inch curved AMOLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate. The flagship devices feature the company’s Tensor chip. They are expected to come with 8GB and 12GB RAM options. Lastly, the phones will have 33W fast charging support and wireless charging as well. 

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