Ever since the time when Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro started making rounds on the internet, there have been numerous leaks about their specs and other details. Google itself has revealed some information about the Pixel 6 series too. Now an 8-second hands-on video of Pixel 6 Pro has been shared by a user named M. Brandon Lee on his Twitter handle, which reveals the complete design of the device.
According to the video, Pixel 6 Pro will come in all black color and will have a unique camera module, which has been confirmed by Google too. The device has a glossy back (as it shines in light) and features Google’s Tensor chipset featuring two ARM Cortex X1 cores.
The hands-on video shows Google Logo being absent on the back of the device. The back has a black bar having 3 camera lenses and a punch-hole-type front camera at the top right for selfies.
The screen is curved at the edges which is the first time for any model in Pixel Series. Earlier it was revealed that Pixel 6 Pro will come with an in-display fingerprint scanner, at least 4 5G bands, gyroscope, proximity sensor, accelerometer, ambient light sensor and reverse charging feature.
In his tweet, Lee mentions “that is likely an early production test unit” of Google Pixel 6 Pro, which explains the absence of Google Logo at the back. Further reports claim that the 8-second video could be a Production Validation Testing (PVT) unit, a prototype of the actual device that will release in markets soon. For more updates on this, stay tuned to this space.