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Google Pixel 6 Pro appears on a live image with a curved screen and a horizontal camera

Google Pixel 6 Pro appears on a live image with a curved screen and a horizontal camera

The Google Pixel 6 series is expected to be available in October this year. The series is expected to include Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro instead of Pixel 6 XL. We have seen this line in the CAD rendering and specification leaks, but now the phone appears in the real-time image, which confirms the design we saw in the previous leak.

These images show the Pixel 6 Pro with a slightly perforated curved screen. The hole of the selfie camera is almost full screen, the frame is very small, the frame is very thin, no physical fingerprint sensor can be found, but a sensor is provided on the lower screen.

The back adopts a two-tone design and is equipped with a horizontal three-shot with LED flash. The model “GR1YH” is shown below. Previous reports showed that this model belongs to the Pixel 6 mobile phone code-named Raven, which is expected to be the Pixel 6 Pro.

However, the Google Pixel device is manufactured in China and shipped in the United States, so the words “Made in the United States” question the leak. Before Google confirms the design, we recommend that you handle this information carefully.

Google Pixel 6 Pro appears on a live image with a curved screen and a horizontal camera

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The series is expected to include Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro instead of Pixel 6 XL. We have seen this line in the CAD rendering and specification leaks, but now the phone appears in the real-time image, which confirms the design we saw in the previous leak. Previous reports showed that this model belongs to the Pixel 6 mobile phone code-named Raven, which is expected to be the Pixel 6 Pro.

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