Renders once again confirm the Google Pixel 6 Pro design and specs.

From the last week, leaked renders have been indicating for a fascinating change in desgin on the Google Pixel 6 series smartphones. The leaks show completely no match with the past design trend of Google Pixel samrtphones. A completely new design that makes every other design look pale. Honestly, I am a big fan of this design. The dual tone back panel with the full width camera module sperating the two colors is really cool. Also, the G logo on the white back has caught my eyes.

However, the design has not been officially confirmed and today comes another render confirming once again the new design on the Google pixel 6 Pro. The renders have got some exclusive information of the Google Pixel 6 Pro.

Google Pixel 6 Pro leaks in new renders, display details outed

The Google Pixel 6 Pro is rumored to sport a 6.67″ AMOLED curved display with a centered punch-hole for the selfie cam and very narrow bezels. The image shows slightly bigger chin (comparatively bigger than the side bezels) but it looks good. Also, the Google Pixel 6 Pro has an in-display finger print reader.

Google Pixel 6 Pro leaks in new renders, display details outed

last week, we had seen a leak indicating that one of the triple rear cameras on the Pixel 6 Pro will be a periscope lens. Well, the new leaks once again indicate the presence of a periscope lens for the first time on any Pixel smartphone ever. The other two in the trio would be wide and ultra-wide angle lenses.

Google Pixel 6 Pro leaks in new renders, display details outed

The phone is 8.9mm thick (thin actually) and the camera bump is speculated to go up to 11.5 mm thick. I would love to see the camera module at level with the back panel. That would look amazing. Also, there is good amount of chance that the Google Pixel 6 series might come with their new chipset named “Whitechapel” instead of Qualcomm Snapdragon SoC.

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