{Disarmed} Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro: Latest pictures show devices from all sides

Google Pixel 6 Camera bump cover

A week before the Pixel 6 release event, new images offer a first good look at the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro's camera in relation to the rest of the hardware. Evan Blass shared the new render images showing every nook and cranny of Google's upcoming flagships.

In the pictures we can see how far the camera hump protrudes from the housing on the back. These side shots show that something is sticking out, so the built-in camera technology does not fit flat into the housing.

We get more glimpses of the different color variants of the Google Pixel 6 series, you can take a look at the source information. Since the camera hump on both devices is more of a strip that extends horizontally over the device, it shouldn't wobble on the table.

Otherwise, many users will certainly make a case around the device as protection, then it will be evenly thick again everywhere.

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