Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro billboards reveal display differences between Google's upcoming flagship smartphones
Google may have unveiled parts of the Pixel 6 series, as we have discussed previously. The company continually teases the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro from the back, including in its NYC store. However, Google has only just started showing what the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro look like from the front, with various billboards popping up across NYC.
Google has not showcased the billboards online, but the photographer (David Urbanke) who photographed the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro has. As far as we can tell, Google has moved away from the uniform bezels that it included in the Pixel 5. Instead, the Pixel 6 series returns to thicker bottom bezels, the Pixel 6 more than the Pixel 6 Pro. Generally, the Pixel 6 has thicker display bezels than the Pixel 6 Pro, although they may be less noticeable in person than in these billboards.
Additionally, it seems that the Pixel 6 Pro will be the first Google smartphone with a curved display. By contrast, the Pixel 6 has retained the flat display style of previous Pixel and Nexus smartphones. For reference, the Pixel 6 also relies on a smaller 1080p panel, with the Pixel 6 Pro featuring a 1440p display. Both devices will feature OLED panels and Google's Tensor SoC, though. Numerous details of the latter leaked several times last week, including its CPU core configuration.