New Pixel 6 photos have surfaced on Twitter
Google’s newest smartphones aren’t expected to be released until Oct. 19, but details and photographs of the new handsets have been circulating online.
Ahead of Google’s Oct. 19 launch event, famous leaker Evan Blass (@evleaks on Twitter) has revealed new photographs of the rumoured Pixel 6, revealing the smartphone from various angles in three distinct colours: stormy black, seafoam green, and cloudy white. Check it out for yourself below:
The photographs match what we’ve seen so far of the new phones, particularly the telltale horizontal camera bulge that spans the whole of the phone.
Throughout the year and in the lead-up to their presentation later this month, rumours about the newest Pixel devices have circulated. Jon Prosser leaked renders of the Pixel 6 and the now-confirmed Pixel 6 Pro in May; we later learnt that the new phones will include freshly built Tensor chips to increase their computation and imaging capabilities. A likely-accidental leak of Pixel tech specs appeared on a UK retailer’s website just yesterday, hinting that the newest additions to the lineup will include a new Titan M2 chip for improved on-device security, five years of security upgrades, additional camera functions, and more.
When the new devices are released on October 19, we’ll hear more about them. Keep an eye out.