Google has released renders of the upcoming Pixel 6 handset. It gives us a nice look at the phone and what to expect in terms of design, but if you’re wondering how it might look in real-life, Google is happy to oblige. The company has since launched the first commercial for the upcoming handset.
The video below shows the Pixel 6 in real-life which we have to say looks really good and much better than the renders make it out to be, and that is something of a rarity since renders are usually cleaned up and made to look good, but we’re not complaining. Either way, Google has a handsome phone on its hands and we can’t wait to get our hands on it.
The commercial also seems to hint at the Pixel 6’s capabilities where the phone will be able to see us as we are, or that’s what Google claims. We imagine that they might be referring to the Tensor chipset that will be in the phone.
This new Tensor chipset will be Google’s first mobile chipset which will put them on the same playing field as Apple, Samsung, and Huawei, all of whom make their own chipsets as well. It will be interesting to see how the Tensor chipset holds up against the competition, but we are definitely excited to see what it is capable of.
Google still hasn’t confirmed a launch date yet, but last we heard it could arrive in October, so check back with us in the coming weeks where hopefully Google will have a firm date for us.