Google has released renders of their upcoming Pixel 6 smartphones, but renders don’t always match what we see in real life. If you are curious as to what the Pixel 6 might look like in real life, then you might be interested to learn that a video shared by someone on Discord and then posted by @thisistechtoday has shown off the upcoming Pixel 6 Pro in an unofficially hands-on video.

The video shows off the Pixel 6 Pro in a black/grey finish with a glossy-looking back, which presumably could be glass. We have to say that based on this video, the phone actually looks really good and we can’t wait for Google to officially launch it, which last we heard could take place this October.

In addition to showing off the phone’s design, subsequent leaked photos also show what appears to be the CPU configuration for the phone. As you might have heard, the handset is expected to be powered by Google’s new Tensor chipset, and the specs show that the Tensor chipset has eight cores.

Two of which are Cortex-X1 cores clocked at 2.802GHz, two Cortex-A76 cores clocked at 2.253GHz, and four Cortex-A55 cores clocked at 1.80GHz. Benchmarks of the chipset have shown it to be a little underwhelming, but hopefully the finalized version will be more impressive.

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