Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro with punch-hole display and unique rear-camera bump surface in renders

Another day, another possible leak in the busy smartphone world. This time its Google’s turn, as new renders of the upcoming ‘Pixel 6’ and possibly ‘Pixel 6 Pro’ have been leaked, revealing a radical new design. If these renders are accurate, this Pixel 6 design would be quite a big departure from Pixel smartphone designs in the past.

The renders were posted by popular leaker, Jon Prosser, who recently revealed renders of a new Apple Macbook model. According to Prosser, Google is developing two phones for the Pixel 6 lineup, the smaller one will be called ‘Pixel 6’ and the bigger model will be called ‘Pixel 6 Pro’. This would mean that Google is ditching the “XL” naming scheme for their bigger phones.

The front of the rumoured Pixel 6 appears to have all around thin bezels, with a center punch hole for the front camera, instead of being on the left corner like the Pixel 5. There is also an in-display fingerprint sensor in the bottom half of the display.

The interesting design bit is the rear of the device, specifically the camera bump. The Pixel 6 appears to have a horizontal camera bump, which is reminiscent of the Huawei Nexus 6P camera bump from back in 2015. The camera bump houses two camera modules in the regular Pixel 6 and three camera modules in the Pixel 6 Pro. Unfortunately, there is no information about the camera specifications.

Above the camera module is a bit of coloured accent, which come in two colours – Orange and Champagne. However, other rumours claim that these colours aren’t accurate.

In fact, there is no information about the internal specs about these Pixel 6 smartphones either. The only rumours about them are that they will be running the Whitechapel chip inside, which is a custom-chip being developed by Google.

Source | Via