The Pixel 6 is now allegedly leaked in renders by Jon Prosser, giving us an idea about how the device would look like. The design features quite a drastic change from Google’s design language we’re used to seeing. On the front, Google has moved the camera top the center of the device. The device might also come with an in-display fingerprint sensor.
But on the back is where things really start getting interesting. The camera module is now an horizontal array with two or three cameras, that depends upon the model. Also, instead of the traditional naming convention “XL”, Google will be launching Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro. The major difference between these two devices might be the camera.
You can also see the renders of the Pixel watch alongside the Pixel device. Jon Posser says that the render is based on information he received and might not be accurate. But since renders are not always super accurate, we believe that the Pixel watch would look similar to the render as far as the design is concerned.
The Pixel 6 will be launching later this year and will likely feature its own processor currently code named as “Whitechapel”. The Pixel Watch will supposedly launch during the same time.