Google is reportedly set to introduce a major redesign with the Pixel 6, and freshly leaked renders once again appear to show off what to expect, including a two-tone back, curved display, and more.
Digit (via OnLeaks) shared renders of the Pixel 6 Pro on Thursday, giving us a good look at what is supposedly the device’s final form. Similar to the images we saw unveiled last week, the Pixel 6 Pro looks unlike anything we’ve seen in recent years in Google’s mobile lineup.
The device features a horizontal camera arrangement and a two-tone color scheme — in this case, the top of the phone is a burnt orange color, while the rest of the back is a matte white.
The render shows the Pixel 6 Pro will feature a triple-camera setup, which may feature a wide-angle lens, periscope telephoto, and an unknown third lens. Google has already confirmed the Pixel 6’s camera will be designed to shoot more diverse skin tones.
The device will allegedly feature a 6.67-inch curved display and a single hole-punch design for the selfie camera; the overall size is said to be roughly 163.9 x 75.8 x 8.9mm and 11.5mm thick. The Pixel 6 Pro is also expected to feature a fingerprint sensor that’s embedded in the display.
Google isn’t expected to unveil the Pixel 6 series until the fall, so we’re getting a very early look at the new design. Things can change between now and then, but what originally seemed like a wild redesign appears to be more real by the day.