The Pixel 6/6 Pro continues to be revealed on the web. Several days before the presentation conference, a well-known leaker uploaded new official photos of the smartphone. We can see a photo block as massive and gorgeous as the iPhone 13 Pro.
Last summer, Google took the wraps off the design of its new Pixel 6. A giant photo block arranged in a large banner. For the first time in several generations, Google doesn’t have sensors in round square blocks.
On the official images leaked by Google, the Pixel 6’s photo block looks prominent. New official images uploaded by renowned tech informant Evan Blass confirm huge camera presence.
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An annoying photo block for Pixel 6?
Banner featuring three photo sensors and the required LED flash, on photos shared by Evan Blass emerges strongly from the structure. This is especially evident on the Pixel 6’s images taken at an angle. The photo block feels imposing, if not even bigger, than the iPhone 13 Pro’s massive camera. This specification may prevent users from laying the phone completely flat on a table. Similarly, with some wireless charging cradles the photo unit can also interfere with the use of the smartphone.
In addition, the Pixel 6 is covered withscreen with perforation surrounded by thin borders. Note that the chin, the lower border, is noticeably thicker than the other borders. The leak confirms the existence of multiple colorways, including black and mint, for the standard Pixel 6. For its part, the Pixel 6 Pro is presented here in either a white or black variant.
As a reminder, Google will introduce the Pixel 6 range starting Tuesday, October 19, 2021. the firm needs open pre-order For two smartphones in the wake of their conference. We’ll let you know more about the Pixel 6 as soon as possible. While waiting for more details on the lineup, feel free to drop your opinion on this major block in the comments below.
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