When it rains, it pours. Google already announced that the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro will be officially unveiled on October 19th, where we’ll learn everything else there is to know from an official standpoint. But over the past couple of weeks, we’ve been seeing more leaks regarding the devices including camera and video samples, along with wallpapers, and even pricing.
But the latest is a rather interesting one, as a video has been published to YouTube by an account named “Zeus Olympus“. Apparently, this is a video providing instructions on how you can put the Pixel 6 Pro together, step by step. The process starts by applying lubricant to the grooves, moves onto assembling the “Mic1” bracket, and goes through all of the steps. The video culminates with installing the battery, which is rated at 5,003mAh, a detail that we were still missing ahead of Google’s announcement.
It’s obvious that this came from a factory worker, but this is the kind of leak that we’ve never seen before. The video itself is a little more than eight minutes long, and is truly fascinating to watch, especially if you have an affinity for watching teardown videos like the ones from JerryRigEverything.
Throughout the video, we can see different notes that are provided to ensure that each step in the process is properly followed. There are even part numbers provided for the different tools and parts being used inside the Pixel 6 Pro. For example, the “Enclosure Holder & Graphite Align” tool carries a part number of G980-09590-00, and there’s even a part number for the “Universal Scraper”.
We don’t know how long it will be before this video is pulled from YouTube, so if you have some time to spare and want to see how the Pixel 6 Pro is assembled, it’s well worth the watch.