Huge leak shows off Google’s Pixel 6 Pro

Google is ready to throw hands again this year.

Renders made from leaks of Google's upcoming Pixel 6 phone. Mobile. Android. Smartphones.

Last week, leaker Jon Prosser gave us our first look at the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro. Now, another established leaker with a solid track record, Steve Hemmerstoffer aka @onleaks, has shared renders of what he says are more accurate depictions of Google’s unreleased Android phones.

Jon Prosser

In partnership with diGit, we not only have a better idea of what the Pixel 6 Pro looks like, but we have some specs to go on.

diGit / @onleaks
🎥: diGit


The alleged size of the Pixel 6 Pro's display.

The screen is supposed to be subtly curved like a Note 20 Ultra.📸: @ diGit / @onleaks

Here are the Pixel 6 Pro’s other alleged specs:

• AMOLED display (might come with high refresh rate;

• In-display fingerprint sensor

• Dual stereo speakers

• Wireless charging

• Dimensions: 163.9 x 75.8 x 8.9mm (11.5mm at camera bump)


The Pixel 6 Pro will reportedly have three rear cameras: regular, periscope telephoto, and one more that’s unknown. It’d be weird if it’s not an ultra-wide lens...

diGit / @onleak

And of course, there’s a hole punch selfie camera.

diGit / @onleaks

Coming this fall

Google usually launches new Pixel phones in the fall (around October). This year, we’re expecting the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro and a Pixel-branded smartwatch, which will most likely come with many of the new Samsung-injected Wear features and Fitbit integration.

diGit / @onleaks

The only sure thing we know for the Pixel 6: It will come with Android 12’s new Material You design language, which includes new widgets, buttons shapes, and more personalized colors everywhere. Oh, and squiggles.

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