Google Pixel 6 lineup has been making headlines for quite some time and now, an unboxing video has emerged online just hours before the official launch. So, technically different rounds of leaks and claims have briefly introduced much about the upcoming Pixel 6 series devices. Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro is scheduled to unveil at 10:00 AM PT (10:30 PM India time) on October 19.
However, Google has intentionally dropped a few spec details of the Pixel 6 series but this one is new of its kind. The unboxing video of Pixel 6 was shared on a video-posting platform but was later removed. In the meantime, several users have re-shared the video which shows the back panel of the Pixel 6 Pro while concealing the front display.
In the shared video, the user flaunted a retail box of Google Pixel 6 which was placed inside showing the backside of the device to reveal the rear camera setup. The Pixel 6 can be seen in a green colour shade with a Type-C cable. But it is said the Google will not provide a charging adapter for the Pixel 6-series phones.
Previously, a hands-on video of the Pixel 6 Pro was witnessed in a shiny black colour and was believed to be a production unit. Later, it was revealed that both the models in the series will arrive with a 50MP Samsung GN1 sensor as its primary camera and a 12MP Sony IMX386 sensor to meet ultra-wide needs. Also, the Pro variant will be at the upper hand with a 48MP Sony IMX586 telephoto snapper.
The key highlight of the upcoming launch event is the pioneering introduction of Google in-house Tensor chipset that will power the Pixel 6 series. Stay tuned here to know more about the Google Pixel during the live event.