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.

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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.

Google Pixel 6 Pro-Image from Leaked Video

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.

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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.

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