Google Pixel 6, Pixel 6 Pro Leaked Renders Show Striking New Design

Tipster Jon Prosser has shared 3D renders of the alleged Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro on the Front Page Tech YouTube channel. The two phones have the same back design with the only difference being the number of cameras. The render or the Pixel 6 shows a raised, slim horizontal bar that stretches across the width of the phone and houses two camera sensors, as well as the flash. Above this camera bar is an orange panel and below it is a white panel with the Google logo. The power and volume buttons can be seen on the right side. On the front, a centrally located hole-punch cutout can be seen along with slim bezels.

Prosser claims that he actually got real-life hands on images of the phone which he sent to concept artist Ian Zelbo (@RendersbyIan) who created these 3D renders.

The Pixel 6 Pro renders show a third camera sensor in the horizontal camera bar with the same design for the rest of the back as the Pixel 6. Details of the camera sensors are unclear at the moment. One of the renders also shows an in-display fingerprint sensor which will likely be on both phones. The Pixel 6 Pro seems to have a pinkish, faded orange panel below the camera bar.

Additionally, one of the renders show a smartwatch alongside the alleged Pixel 6, While Prosser did not mention anything about it, another tipster Max Weinbach claimed on Twitter that this is actually the Pixel Watch. Weinbach also said that he can independently confirm the Pixel 6 renders are accurate but the colours are not.

Weinbach also hinted that the specs on the Pixel 6 series will see quite an improvement as well. The renders shared by Prosser show a dual-tone design, not the first For Google, but we’ve not seen them do dual tone like this yet.

Google has not shared any information on the Pixel 6 series of phones as yet, but a report from early April suggested that the search giant may be using its in-house SoC called the ‘GS101' Whitechapel SoC to power the next generation of Pixel phones. Prosser has a track record of being pretty accurate with leaks, so honestly, we are quite excited. With Google’s Pixel 5a waiting for a roll out, we might have to wait till 2021 Fall to see the Pixel 6 series.
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