Oct 7th, 2021

And just like that, we have even more renders of the Pixel 6 landing courtesy of Evan Blass (@evleaks). Renders give us a glimpse at what the phone will look like in potentially upcoming promotional materials. Meanwhile, Blass also shared with quite a few “lifestyle” images of the phone being held and used.

Also shown off, was the rumored Pixel Stand which appears to offer a pretty big redesign compared to the original. But aside from seeing that it’s bringing a different design, there’s not too much else that can be derived from these images. The biggest addition is the redesigned interface for when your Pixel 6 is placed on the charger. You will be able to have quick access to your smart home toggles, music controls, along with buttons for “Performance Mode” and “Quiet Mode”.

Although Google has already confirmed it won’t be including a charging brick in the box for the Pixel 6, that doesn’t appear to be a trend also coming to the Stand. Previous rumors and leaks claim this new Pixel Stand will be able to provide around 23W of power, likely only for the Pixel 6 lineup.

Those wondering about potential case options get a glimpse at what’s to come via a could of the images. The case doesn’t appear to be anything fancy or special, but instead just looks like a thick and rugged case. Hopefully, this isn’t the only option coming, because it would be a shame to ditch the line of fabric cases that we’ve seen over the years. However, this case does look a bit like the dual-layer case that is currently available with the Pixel 5a.

Finally, there are a couple pictures showing off a revamped security page on the Pixel 6. This looks like it will offer security scans of your device, providing you with any necessary info if your phone isn’t in tip-top shape.

With less than two weeks to go, the party is just getting started. This may just be the beginning of leaks like this, and we’re hoping the Pixel 6 Pro gets some love too.

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