The Pixel 6 has been popping up more and more recently in leaks, and the most recent leak seems to show a live version of the phone via a newly released video. The video comes from TechDroider, and has a few shots of the phone being used as well as a few still shots.
The design of the Pixel 6 in this latest leak appears to be the same as the design in previous leaks. With the big camera bump in the back. Housing two sensors on the Pixel 6 and a third sensor on the Pixel 6 Pro.
Worth noting is that the live shots of the phone are fairly brief. And they don’t get a whole lot of screen time like they might if this was a review post-launch. Another noticeable detail is the front camera. Notably, that the front camera appears to be a tad smaller than in the leaked renders from back in May.
The thumbnail for the video, which you can see below, also shows off the packaging.
The Pixel 6 video leak seems to confirm the specs
Earlier this month the Pixel 6 leaked yet again, and claimed to know the full specs of the device. The video leak includes specs as well and they do match up with the specs from the earlier leak. But, the video does not show the specs details on the box or on the device itself. They are however, listed, and if these are accurate, then they match up with the other specs.
And that bodes well for users who are looking at getting this device.
The Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro are suspected to release this Fall
If everything goes according to the same schedule, Google will likely release these new phones sometimes this Fall. The company is suspected to announce the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro during its upcoming event around the same time.
And judging by all of the leaks, including this most recent one which appears to be of a test device, Google may just be on track to announce and then release the device within the suspected time frame.