The Google Pixel 6 could see a major, somewhat radical and much needed new design for the range, according to new renders published online today.
A new report also claims Google is going back to two flagship phones for 2021 after launching only one Pixel 5. With the Pixel 6 and the Pixel 6 Pro, the company may also ditch the XL branding this time around.
The ever-more-prolific Jon Prosser of Front Page Tech has published purported images of the phone, mocked up by a trusty render artist partner after he was sent “actual images of the device” including hands-on pics.
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