The Google pixel 6 Pro is arguably the most anticipated smartphone for 2021, and Google has been quite successful at avoiding any unofficial leaks of the device. Maybe that is because they've intentionally shown off the upcoming devices a month ago before the Samsung event, and with a commercial before the Apple Event. In many ways, there isn't much we do not know about the phone outside of the front of the device and the software.
Thankfully, I obtained a leaked video of a Production Validation Test (PVT) unit of the Google Pixel 6 Pro, which explains the unique logo on the back replacing the "G" Google logo. A PVT unit is intended to test the manufacturing process and quality for the phone before going into full-scale production. That means the design we see here may change in it's appearance, so it's important to keep that in mind and not get too attached to this design and make final judgments about it after the phone has been released and reviewed.
As for what we see, the video not only shows off the front of the device, it's curved edge screen design, and that it is a fully functional unit. We also obtained some exclusive photos that you can see in the video above, one of which confirms the information about Google's custom Tensor chip made in partnership with Samsung. Other's show it in comparison with the Google Pixel 4 XL.
I'm working on obtaining more exclusive leaks and hope to provide them to you soon. I'm currently inquiring about the screen being on with a white background to see the curves of the edges, a video showing the in-display fingerprint reader, videos and photos from the Google Pixel 6 Pro, and any unique software features that may be present and active ahead of launch.
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