Google is preparing to launch its new smartphone Google Pixel 6 this year. There has been speculation about its features and now another report related to this has come out. Recently, Pixel 6 has been highlighted this time through a rendered image shared on Twitter by well-known tipster John Prosser. The image shakes the next smartphone silhouette and nothing much has been said about it.
However, what it looks like is a large camera in the backside of the smartphone. In the render image, the side angle of the Pixel 6 is shown, which indicates its thickness. It looks a lot more than an average smartphone nowadays. There is a camera bump in the backside attached to it.
This is how the design of the smartphone looks like
Apart from this, the power button and volume rocker can be seen on the side of the smartphone. Keep in mind that it is on the left side of the device because it is in front of the display. For design, an antenna line can be seen just around the camera module. The render of Pixel 6 shows that the smartphone has curved, rounded edges and considerable thickness. The camera bump does not appear to be large in size but appears to have come out of the man shell of the smartphone.
This information related to the smartphone has been revealed
Even though the render does not show much, but many speculations have indicated what one can expect from the smartphone. It is almost certain that it will be powered by Google’s silicon chipset. This has been confirmed by various means, in which the processor has been mentioned many times. This chipset is “whitechapel”.
Likely to have a strong battery
In addition to the chipset, Google is also testing support for Android 12’s UWB API on “Raven”. Raven is one of the code names for the Google Silicon-powered next-gen Pixel, which is considered part of the Pixel 6 family. Along with this, there can also be options like UWB Bluetooth and Wi-Fi, wireless connectivity. With this, it is expected to have a strong battery.
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