The Google Pixel 6 Pro renders leaked just a while back and now we also have renders and some spec information about the standard Pixel 6. Coming once again courtesy of reliable leaker OnLeaks (via 91Mobiles), the latest Pixel 6 leak offers us our best look yet at the phone and also reveals some firsts coming to the Pixel line.
To start with, the vanilla Google Pixel 6 could also sport a center punch-hole on the display (a first for the Pixel line), just like the Pixel 6 Pro previously depicted in leaked renders. The phone is said to have a 6.4-inch flat display, as opposed to the curved OLED panel the Pixel 6 Pro might flaunt.
Another first-time Pixel feature could come in the form of an in-display fingerprint sensor on the phone. The leak also suggests that the Pixel 6 will feature wireless charging and bottom-firing speakers.
The unique camera design of the phone is similar to its elder sibling. However, the renders show two camera sensors on the Pixel 6 rather than the three that we saw on the Pro model. There’s no word on a periscope sensor for the standard model.
The handset will roughly measure 158.6mm x 74.8mm x 8.9mm (11.8mm including rear camera bump). It’ll also feature USB-C charging at the bottom edge.
Unfortunately, the leak doesn’t provide any insights as to what’s happening under the hood. The Pixel 6 series is rumored to house a proprietary Google chip, but there’s no confirmation about this from any reliable sources.