Last week the upcoming Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro surprise leaked, and we weren’t really ready for their backs’ design. Today another set of leaked renders basically confirms the looks, and the second time around things are definitely less shocking.
These renders are of the Pixel 6 Pro exclusively, a phone that is rumored to sport a 6.67″ curved AMOLED touchscreen, which as you can see has a centered hole-punch for the selfie camera and very narrow bezels on three sides (with a decently sized chin as well, if bigger). There’s an in-display fingerprint sensor too.
On the rear there’s a trio of cameras, of which one will be wide, another ultrawide, and there’s also going to be a periscope zoom shooter, for the first time in Google’s phone-making history.
The phone measures 163.9 x 75.8 x 8.9 mm, and the thickness goes up to 11.5 mm at the camera bump. The Pixel 6 Pro has dual stereo speakers, and support for wireless charging. There’s no definitive word on which chipset will power the device, but we have heard some mumblings about Google making its own silicon, just like Apple. Let’s wait and see if 2021 is the year when that makes its debut.