New Google Pixel 6 Pro renders shed light on camera bump, screen size, thickness, and more
We've learned a lot about the Google Pixel 6 series of late. A barrage of leaks told us about its camera specifications and design. Initially, the renders seem a bit outlandish, more so because of their origin. We now have further proof that they are accurate. Renowned leaker Steve H McFly, aka @OnLeaks, has shown us the Pixel 6 Pro yet again (via Digit India) through some new images.
The leak tells us about the Google Pixel 6 Pro's dimensions, including its screen size, which is set at 6.67 inches. We don't know its resolution yet, but Google would do well to include a 120Hz 1440p AMOLED panel if it plans on competing with the likes of Samsung and OnePlus. The Pixel 6 Pro's camera bump could be 11.9mm thick, putting it on the chunkier end of the spectrum. Thankfully, the rest of the phone is only 8.9mm. The volume rocker and power button are located next to each other, on the right spine. There is a set of dual-firing speakers at the bottom, right next to the USB Type-C port. Google is thrown in some subtle branding at the back, too.
OnLeaks also confirms a leak from earlier, which talked about the Google Pixel 6 Pro's camera layout. While the exact megapixel count is unknown, the smartphone will ship with a wide-angle, ultra-wide-angle and telephoto lens. Its hole-punch selfie camera tells us that there will be no Soli shenanigans this time around, much to the disappointment of the dozen-odd people that used it. A report from earlier speculated that a future Pixel-branded smartphone could ship with an under-display selfie camera, though. The tri-tone colour scheme is a welcome change, and we hope to see more OEMs adopt it. Lastly, there seems to be no sign of a headphone jack, which isn't surprising in 2021.