After two years of somewhat confused Pixel launches, this year it seems that Google is hitting the big time. Previously, we were only told that the Pixel 6 series will be run by the Whitechapel chipset. This time we have Google's possible design underway.
Large, horizontal bump With a new chipset, it makes sense for Google to refresh the phone otherwise, not hold back as with the Pixel 5's "reasonable" compromises.
Max Weinbach, best known for his Samsung leaks, confirms data analyst Jon Prosser, who suggests that Google is planning a drastic redesign of the Pixel 6, far beyond what we have previously seen in the series. It is important to emphasize that the reproductions do not come directly from Google, but are second-hand reproductions.
The most notable design feature is a large horizontal camera bump. Above the camera module is a colored section. The colors may differ.
Centered selfie camera The screen has a centered hole for the selfie camera in contrast to the Pixel 5's left-mounted solution. It also looks like there will be a fingerprint sensor instead of face recognition.
The leak mentions two variants; a smaller standard Pixel 6 and a larger Pixel 6 Pro. The only obvious difference based on this information is that the Pro model gets a third camera. No specifications are mentioned beyond the already leaked GS101 Whitechapel chipset.