Google is expected to launch the Pixel 6 later this year. We’re not sure what the phone will look like yet, but thanks to Jon Prosser of FrontPageTech and RendersbyIan, the potential design of the upcoming phone has been revealed, and we have to say that we’re pretty excited by its futuristic design.

While Prosser’s record has been pretty good, as with all leaks it’s hard to say if they are true, but another well-known leakster Max Weinbach has corroborated the claims by saying that in terms of design, it is accurate, but the colors aren’t, which we suppose is fair, although a bit disappointing since those colors actually look pretty good.

Based on the renders, it seems that Pixel phones will be adopting a horizontal array of cameras on the back, versus the stacked look that other companies like Apple and Samsung have gone for. However, this does create what appears to be a sizable bump, but we won’t know how big until we actually see the phone ourselves.

On the front, Google will be sticking with a hole-punch for the front-facing camera, so in reality, the majority of the design changes seem to take place on the back. The Pixel 6 is expected to be launched later in the year, possibly around October, so don’t expect to see it at Google I/O which is currently scheduled for next week.

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