The Google Pixel 6 series is expected to make its debut on October 19 and several reports have been emerging with leaks on renders, specs even prices. Now, latest leaked renders are out with deeper insight of what the smartphone looks like. They’ve been leaked by none other than Evan Blass and appear to be official promotional images.
These renders give us a glimpse into the series’ fabric case options and the new design of the second-generation Pixel Stand wireless charger.
The fabric cases seemingly have a soft squishy exterior and a hard plastic interior. They will offer protection to the camera bump and sport Google‘s familiar “G” logo.
The Pixel 6 will come with Android 12, which introduces Material You, the first major redesign of how Android looks in a few years.
The new promotional images further solidify the fact that the Google Pixel 6 will be settling with a dual shooter system, thus ditching one of the cameras from its Pro variant’s 50 + 12 + 48MP triple camera configuration.
The first image below revealed a wired charger, even though there isn’t going to be one in the retail package. The Pro model should support 33W charging for its 5,000 mAh battery. The two phones should also feature wireless charging, which enables functionality similar to Home Hub.
Next up is the star of the upcoming October event – the Pixel 6 series, of course. While we already know all that the devices will be offering, the leaks do drop a couple of new cues about its software – a new Live Space widget with a flight card and the addition of a new Pixel Security app. We also get to see the various new and colorful wallpapers Google has added.