John Prosser showed what the Google Pixel 6 will look like

Front Page Tech insider and blogger Jon Prosser continues to share new Google product leaks. He recently showed images of the Pixel Watch, and now, based on real photos, he has created renders of the new Pixel smartphones.

So, this year we will have at least two models: the base Pixel 6 and the top Pixel 6 Pro (yes, the XL will be dropped). Both smartphones will look very similar in appearance. They can only be distinguished by their dimensions and camera modules. In the younger version, two sensors will be installed, and in the older version, three.

Both smartphones will be able to boast of “leaky” displays with thin bezels and sub-screen scanners, unusual main cameras, which, along with an LED flash, will be installed on a horizontal ledge, as well as dual colors. The devices look unusual and, most importantly, unique.

Prosser did not report the characteristics of smartphones, but according to previous leaks, both devices will receive a branded SoC Whitechapel under the hood, which will be built using a 5-nanometer process technology.

Author: John Kessler
Graduated From the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Previously, worked in various little-known media. Currently is an expert, editor and developer of Free News.
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