The Pixel 6 Pro could have a curved screen and a triple rear camera, new leak suggests

New image of a reputable leaker OnLeaks (pass digit.in) Shows what the bold advancements of Google’s Pixel series are. The Pixel 6 Pro, estimated to render, can offer a 6.67-inch curved display and a rear triple camera array (pixel-first) including a periscope-style telephoto lens.

The report also says that the 6 Pro will use an OLED screen, although there is no confirmation of the refresh rate, it measures around 163.9 x 75.8 x 8.9mm. It’s expected to offer dual speakers, a feature all available on the Pixel 5, and support wireless charging. A bright accent color on the panel above it. Whether the 6 Pro will include a Google-designed “Whitechapel” SoC (system on a chip) has not been confirmed by this leak.

The rendering shows the rear triple camera arrangement including the periscope telephoto lens.
Image: OnLeaks and digit.in

The name change from “XL” to “Pro” may also reveal a new relationship between the standard model and the large screen model. In the previous generation (Pixel 5 didn’t have an XL counterpart), the XL model was a “same phone, bigger screen” issue. Abandoning the nickname “Pro” may indicate that it is a larger, more high-end device.

Google recently took a conservative approach to Pixel hardware and design. This wasn’t entirely bad, and Google’s handset has earned a reputation for its simple, affordable design with great cameras and software. However, if these renderings are a real deal, the company seems to be making a move to challenge other flagship products with advanced hardware. As of now, the release date for the Pixel 6 or Pixel 6 Pro has not been confirmed, but we expect Google to stick with the usual fall period.

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