Last year September, Google announced the Pixel 5 smartphone. However, it appears that the handset did not meet up the hype.
Unlike its predecessor, the Google Pixel 5 smartphone did not debut with flagship specifications.
Instead, Google took an alternative turn and packed the Pixel 5 with upper mid-range specifications. Hence, making the smartphone affordable.
This year, we expect the search engine giant to unveil the Pixel 6 series with better and improved specs over the Pixel 5.
It is likely the phone breaks cover in September or October.
However, a tipster – Jon Prosser – has shared the renders of the Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro smartphones ahead of their launch.
A reliable tipster further added that the designs in the new renders are accurate; however, the colour variants may differ at launch.
The design of the upcoming Pixel 6 series differs entirely from the Pixel 5. The new renders are based on real-life pictures of the Google Pixel 6 lineup.
The Pixel 6 features an OLED display with a centre aligned punch hole and an under-display fingerprint scanner.
All bezels around the display are pretty slim; this suggests that the phone would deliver a high screen-to-body ratio.
The Pixel 6 Pro appears to be larger than the Pixel 6, and it has the same front design as the latter.
The tech giant has replaced the iconic square-shaped camera module on previous models with a rectangular camera housing on the upcoming Pixel 6 series.
The spaces above and below the camera module carry different colours. And the camera module houses a dual-camera setup alongside an LED flash unit.
Presently, the leak has no information about the specs and other features of the Google Pixel 6 series.
However, previous reports mentioned that the lineup would debut with Google’s custom-made chipset.
The authenticity of this information remains questionable. As the launch date inches closer, we hope to get concrete news about the smartphone series.