The Pixel smartphones have long been known for their minimalistic deign and build. Their design and camera set-up looked outdated and boring. But the recent leaks depict that Google is finally ready to shake things in he smartphone industry.
Last year, Google launched a single smartphone, the Google Pixel 5 in their flagship line-up. But this time, that’s certainly not the case. The company is launching two smartphones, The Google Pixel 6 and the Google Pixel 6 Pro. Just look at the stunning design Google has chosen for it’s flagship.
The Google pixel 6 (left) is smaller and has only 2 cameras with a flash. Chances are that, one is a wide angle sensor and the other an Ultra-wide angle sensor. The Google Pixel 6 Pro however has a 3 lens set-up on its huge horizontal island. The third sensor on the Google Pixel 6 Pro might be a periscope (Zoom) lens, although it doesn’t seem to provide more than 3x optical zoom by the looks of it.
Google is also expected to change all it’s sensors this time. Because they are kind of old now. The colors on the back of the phone are really eye-capturing. The dual-tone back with the camera island separating them is something that we have never seen before. Though these are just render leaks and not confirmed, a second source confirmed that the design is accurate while the colors might change.
Also, in their coming Google Pixel ‘a’ series, the design is expected to remain the same (old generation vibes)
The screen-to-body ratio has been increased (minimal bezels) and also the selfie camera is now put into the punch-hole cut-out at the top center. The punch-hole seems to be small, similar to what is seen in Samsung flagships.
Also, the Pixel 6 series is expected to be powered by Google’s custom-made chip codenamed Whitechapel, manufactured by Samsung. The models are also expected to arrive with an under-display fingerprint reader. More rumors are expected to come with new details regarding the Google pixel 6 series.
Watch the video below to get a full idea about all the possible angles of the upcoming Google Pixel smartphones.