The Google Pixel 6 smartphone lineup is just around the corner, and technology leaker Jon Prosser gives us a first look. How so? Prosser managed to see some live hands-on images, but decided to not upload those and team up with a CG artist to create these renders. In addition to this handset being powered by the Google-developed “Whitechapel” SoC, it has a all-new camera bar.
There have been no other details released, but from these renders, we can see that the front has a hole-punch display that could have a fingerprint sensor embedded into the panel. The base Pixel 6 has a two sensor camera bar, while the Pixel 6 Pro should have three sensors. When should we expect an official announcement? If it follows its predecessor, around September 30 or early October.
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