Leaked images of Google’s upcoming Pixel 6 give us the most accurate view of the new features of the search giant’s next flagship smartphone. These pictures were leaked by Evan Blass, revealing photos of the second-generation Pixel Stand wireless charger, user interface details and camera specifications, and also mentioned face unlock biometric security. These photos were released two weeks before the official release of Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro on October 19.
There is not much-undisclosed information in these photos, but they provide a better understanding of the rumored features of the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro. For example, according to a leak in August, the powerful new Pixel bracket is believed to support 23W fast charging, which is twice the function provided by the 10W wireless charger introduced by Google’s first-generation Pixel 3.
According to reports, this wireless charger has a built-in fan for cooling, and these photos show that it will be able to switch the wireless charger between performance mode and quiet mode, depending on whether you are prioritizing fast Still choose to charge slowly and quietly. These photos also show that there are shortcut keys for media playback and smart home control on the wireless charging interface.
There are few reports about the face unlocking function of the mobile phone, and it appears on a setting page called Security. Google previously added a face unlock function on the Pixel 4, but this feature is completely absent in the Pixel 5 series.
There is also a photo of the back of the Pixel 6 Pro in the previously leaked atlas, showing its three-camera module. Google previously confirmed that the 6 Pro will have an ultra-wide-angle and telephoto camera on both sides of the main camera, but this photo confirms the rumors that they will use 12-megapixel, 48-megapixel, and 50-megapixel sensors, respectively.
The main feature that the picture can’t provide more details is the custom-designed Tensor processor of Pixel 6, which Google claims will improve the phone’s device learning capabilities. Regarding these details, we must wait until the official release of Pixel 6 later this month.