The Google Pixel 6 is coming in a bang. Render images of the Google Pixel 6, which previously turned out to be home to a unique processor, have also been leaked.
Moving away from its flagship lane for the past few generations, the Google Pixel series is set to return to the field with the new member of the family, the Pixel 6. The Google Pixel 6, which was previously claimed to be powered by a special processor just like iPhones, managed to make a sound with render images this time.
Render images of the Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro were revealed in a video shared by Jon Prosser, whose leaks have become the tech giants’ feared dream.
Render images show that both phones will be built on a perforated screen. In addition, the fingerprint icon on the screen lock indicates that the screen will host a built-in fingerprint sensor.
When it comes to the back, a two-tone color combination is evident, just like the Pixel 2 and Pixel 3. The horizontally placed camera module creates a boundary between colors. On the other hand, this camera module is home to two lenses on the Google Pixel 6, while the Pixel 6 Pro includes three.
As previously reported, the Google Pixel 6 will be powered by a chip called GS101, developed in partnership with Samsung and Google. This ensures the best operation of software and hardware and costs are expected to be reduced.