Leaked press images of the Google Pixel 6 and Google Pixel 6 Pro have surfaced. And there are quite a few design changes here.
The Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro have a large screen with a hole-punch selfie lens at the top center of the panel. The bezels on the phone are quite narrow, and the screen is home to an in-display fingerprint scanner, which means it is an AMOLED panel.
The bezels on the Pixel 6 Pro are even narrower than the regular variant, and significantly better than the Pixel 5‘s design. The Google Pixel 6 is expected to be powered by an in-house Whitechapel processor.
Let’s move to the back panel, that camera bump is unusual, it almost looks like Robocop. The regular Pixel 6 has dual cameras and an LED Flash, while the Pro version has three sensors.
The Pixel 6 Pro is the first phone from Google to have more than two cameras. And because the back panel has three colours, it seems that the company is moving beyond the dual-tone finish. The camera bump is quite prominent as you may notice in the following image, let’s call it a camera hump.
Here are a few more renders of the devices. The phones have an antenna line at the top of the frame, and a power and volume rocker keys on the left side. The handsets do look a bit thicker than normal phones.
One of the leaked Google Pixel 6 renders shared by Jon Prosser and Renders By Ian, also shows off the upcoming Google Pixel Watch.
Google could announce the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro in late September this year, along with Android 12.