The Google Pixel 6 lineup is set to launch in October of this year.Instead of a Pixel 6 XL, the series is expected to include the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro.
The lineup has been seen in CAD renders and spec sheet leaks, but the handset has now appeared in live images, confirming the design seen in previous leaks.
The Pixel 6 Pro is shown in these images with a curved display and a tiny punch-hole selfie camera.With extremely small rounded edges and a thin frame, it is almost a full-screen display.There is no physical fingerprint sensor to be found anywhere, implying that an under-display sensor is used instead.
The back panel is dual-toned and features a horizontal triple-camera setup with an LED flash.This setup also appears to have a pericope zoom lens.
The model number “GR1YH” is also displayed at the bottom of the rear panel.According to previous reports, this model number belongs to the Pixel 6 phone originally named “Raven,” which is expected to be the Pixel 6 Pro.
However, Google’s Pixel devices are manufactured in China and shipped to the United States, so the text “Made in the United States” calls the leak into question.We recommend treating this information with caution until Google confirms the design.