The Google Pixel 6 series leaked out a number of times thus far. Google even shared some official renders of the two phones, not to mention that billboards have been placed in the US a while back. Well, if you haven’t seen enough renders of the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro thus far, Ringke has just shared some additional ones.
Ringke promotes its Fusion case for the Pixel 6 & 6 Pro handsets
Ringke, for those of you who don’t know, is a South Korean accessory manufacturer. It makes some really solid smartphone cases, and it did list Pixel 6 series cases, reports Tron.
He shared images that the company shared for both devices. Those images got shared via Twitter, and we’ve uploaded them in two separate galleries below the article.
These images do not reveal anything we didn’t know already. Both phones are shown from various angles in these images, and in most of them, they’re covered by a see-through case. This is the company’s so-called “Fusion” case.
As most of you know already, the regular Pixel 6 will feature a flat display, while the ‘Pro’ model will include a curved one. The Pixel 6 Pro will be slightly larger, and include considerably thinner bezels, based on renders.
The ‘Pro’ model will have more to offer than the regular one
The ‘Pro’ model will also include one extra camera on the back, a superior display, and some other advantages. The main camera sensor will be the same on both devices, and the same goes for the ultrawide camera.
Both phones will utilize Google’s very first smartphone processor, the Google Tensor. These two phones represent Google’s return to the premium smartphone tier, and a brand new design language for the company.
The company opted not to introduce a smaller Pixel smartphone this year, for some reason. Both of these phones are quite large, and most people will probably be fine with that.
They will both offer fast charging support, and both will be water and dust resistant as well. Google opted for glass and metal to make these two phones, while Android 12 will come pre-installed on them. Check out our Pixel 6 and 6 Pro previews for more information. Both phones will become official on October 19.
Pixel 6 Pro: