The much-awaited Pixel-phone series from Google, the Google Pixel 6, is set to launch on Tuesday, October 19, 2021. While the smartphone series has been in leaks for the past few weeks, a new leak from leakster SnoopyTech has revealed the complete specifications of the non-Pro Pixel 6 model.
According to the tipster’s Twitter post, the upcoming Pixel 6 (non-Pro), featuring an octa-core Google Tensor chipset, will sport a 6.4-inch touchscreen display. However, the leakster clarifies that the said information comes from an online shop and not from Google. The Pixel 6 series’ non-Pro model will have a 6.4-inch 2340 × 1080 pixels FHD+ touchscreen display, reveals the leaked spec sheet. Further, the device runs on Android OS with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage.
Pixel 6 (non-Pro) Leaked Specs
As per the leakster, an online shop has revealed the complete specifications of the upcoming Pixel 6 (non-Pro). The spec sheet reveals that the upcoming device will come with a 6.4-inch screen, a fingerprint sensor, and techs like wireless charging and reverse charging. The handset will also come equipped with IP68 protection and fast charging. In terms of connectivity, the phone has 5G, GSM, LTE, and UMTS network bands support. Also, the phone comes with sensors such as a digital compass (magnetic sensor), proximity sensor, motion sensor, gyroscope, and barometer.
In terms of optics, the Pixel 6 (non-Pro) is said to feature a dual rear camera setup with a 50MP primary sensor and a 12MP ultra-wide lens. It will sport a single 12-megapixel front camera for video calling and taking selfies. In addition to this, the handset comes with both electronic and optical image stabilization features along with Face ID support. Along with the usual wireless tech like Bluetooth and Wi-Fi, the non-Pro Pixel 6 will also have NFC support.
The size of Pixel 6 (non-Pro) appears to be the same as that of the Pixel 4 XL (160.4mm × 75.1mm × 8.2mm), which looks doubtful. But since this information does not officially come from Google, we will get to see the true specifications during the launch on Tuesday only. Stay tuned with ScoopSquare24 to keep a tab on the latest updates on the Pixel 6 series.