In the last few weeks, we have seen several images and videos in relation to the Google Pixel 6 series going round the media. Some these feature prototypes and early models are vastly different from what Google will launch tomorrow.
With that said, today, a video has surfaced, showcasing the first-ever unit of the Pixel 6 in real life. This video was released via Chris DB via Twitter, wherein the user shows us a retail model of the device.
Watch the video below;
The Twitter account appears to be from Romania, meaning that this is likely a European model of the Google Pixel 6. The tweet is visible here, for those wondering.
This specific retail model of the Google Pixel 6 seems to feature 128GB of storage in the Sorta Seafoam hue. The box contents include a USB Type-C to Type-C cable and a data transfer tool, meaning that a charging brick is missing.
In addition, additional paperwork and a screen protector covering the display are the rest of the contents of the box. Google mentioned earlier that the Pixel 6 would miss out on wall bricks, meaning that this is not at all surprising.