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Here's An Even better Look At The Upcoming Google Pixel 6 Pro

New Pixel 6 Pro Leaked Renders 3
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If last week’s Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro leak wasn’t enough for you, then feast your eyes on these new renders of the Google Pixel 6 Pro. The leaked renders, and video, are courtesy of OnLeaks in partnership with Digit.

While the recreated renders from the first leak were pretty high quality, these new ones appear to be in slightly higher resolution. So you do indeed get a better look at the potential phone to be.

But the leak doesn’t showcase just the renders. It also mentions possible specifications. This includes a 6.67-inch curved glass display. And judging by the renders, the Pixel 6 Pro does appear to feature this detail. Having said that it’s important to remember that these are just rumors for now. But the rumors and the leaked information come from OnLeaks, which has a pretty good track record. So make of it what you will.

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The new Pixel 6 Pro renders match up with the first leak

New Pixel 6 Pro Leaked Renders 1
New Pixel 6 Pro Leaked Renders 2
New Pixel 6 Pro Leaked Renders 1
New Pixel 6 Pro Leaked Renders 2

The first thing you’ll probably notice is that the renders from this leak match up with the ones from the first leak. That doesn’t guarantee that the design is accurate, but it certainly adds more weight to the claims.

Details like the centered, single punch hole camera stand out. But the more noticeable details are things like the raised triple camera array on the back. The design is largely different from Google’s past Pixel devices. At least where the rear camera setup is concerned.

It also shows that Google isn’t afraid to try something a little different. In addition to the rumored 6.67-inch curved glass display, the phone is also said to be 8.9mm thick if you don’t factor in the raised rear camera array. Which increases that thickness to 11.5mm.

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Google is also thought to be using an AMOLED panel for the screen as well as implementing the use of its own chipset for this device. Taking into account the name and the design, it seems Google is looking to release a more premium Pixel smartphone. One that may be finally be worthy of the higher price tag of some of the past Pixel devices.