We’re a couple of weeks away to witness the much-awaited Google Pixel 6 series get launched officially on October 19, 2021. Meanwhile, Google is also working on a 2nd-gen Pixel Stand for the Pixel 6 lineup. Additionally, the new case design, new charger for the device, etc. has been leaked online (Evan Blass leaked on Twitter).
As compared to the previous generation, the Pixel 6 has much better cameras, a more beautiful aesthetic look, in-house chipset which is more powerful than ever before. Whereas the new Pixel Stand is icing on top that has been recently leaked by Evan Blass on Twitter. It includes the 2nd-gen Pixel Stand which is much larger with a curved rear and non-circular base.
It packs a fan system for higher-power charging that has been rumored to juice up the battery at 23W fast charging. While the new Pixel Stand UI will showcase day and date on the top-left corner. Additionally, media controls seem to appear next to the grid of the smart home device controls which looks cool and convenient at the same time. You’ll also find out two shortcuts for ‘Performance mode’ and ‘Quiet mode’ at the bottom.
Google seems to be working on a new charging adapter that looks the same though. Previously, Google has mentioned that they won’t include any charging brick, but the leaked images are indicating that Pixel 6 series users may get a stock charger out-of-the-box.
In addition, there is a non-fabric case for the Google Pixel 6 can be seen. It looks quite the same as the Pixel 5a that offers a ‘durable’ dual-layer design. It feels mushy and shock absorbing the external side and a hard plastic from inside.