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The Pixel 6 is said to have a new two-tone design, dual cameras, and more

The vanilla Pixel 6 has now appeared in a new set of pictures giving us a clearer look at its design.
Pixel 6 image 

Two-tone design for the new Pixel phone!

The new Google Pixel 6 images confirm the same two-toned design just like the one they had for the Pixel 6 Pro leak recently. It also reveals that the phone will have a centered punch-hole display on the front. While at the back, it shows that it has two cameras placed on the horizontal island. The screen appears to be flanked by slightly thicker bezels, while the rear cameras are joined with an extra sensor, an LED flash, and what appears to be a microphone.

The details about the cameras of the Pixel 6 are yet to be revealed, but according to the source, its screen measures 6.4-inch diagonally and will have a fingerprint scanner underneath.
Pixel 6 2nd image

The phone's power button and volume controls are found on its right side part, while the SIM card slot is placed on the left side. Looking at the bottom, you can see the USB-C port flanked by two grilles, which look to be a housing speaker and the primary microphone. The earpiece will act as a speaker as well since the source claimed that the phone will have stereo speakers.

It's also evident that there's no 3.5mm jack, so the users may have to rely on USB-C when listening to music via wired earphones.
Pixel 6 3rd image

The Pixel 6 will be 8.9mm thick (11.8mm with a camera bump). It will have wireless charging too. For the software, it is expected to run with the latest Android 12, and Google may add some new features, some of which may eventually be seen on the older Pixel models.

The Pixel 6 duo's official reveal still months away, so stay tuned with us for more information that will surface on the web in the coming months.

Source: 91Mobiles
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