First Pixel 6 unboxing video and real-world images reveal box contents

First Pixel 6 unboxing video and real-world images reveal box contents
Any semblance of secrecy surrounding the Pixel 6 has now been completely destroyed by an unboxing video and some images of its box. Thanks to Google's preview, store displays, and ads, we know full well what the phone looks like and the company has also told us that its new flagships will ship without a charger. What the new images and clip reveal are the surviving box contents.

The variant in question is the Sorta Seafoam Pixel 6. The box comes with a USB-C to USB-C cable and a Quick Switch Adapter for data transfer. It also appears that Google has included a paper-like screen protector.

The leaked images are in line with rumors that say the standard model has a 6.4-inches display. The phone features a dual-camera system with supposedly a 50MP main sensor and a 12MP ultra-wide snapper. It apparently packs a 4,614mAh battery.

We have also seen a Pixel 6 Pro hands-on video, but that was apparently a PVT unit. Nonetheless, it was reportedly pretty close to the final version and provided a good look at the device. The Pro variant seemingly features a bigger 6.7-inches screen and it also has a telephoto camera. It is equipped with a 5,003mAh cell.

According to a new leak, the 128GB Pixel 6 will cost $599 in the US, and the base Pro will retail for $898. That's much lower than initially expected and also a lot more affordable than flagship devices from rival companies. 

The Pixel 6 Pro might also be incredibly lightweight for a flagship phone. Google has also purportedly committed to impressive software support for its premium phones and has also made the Tensor chip for the devices. In short, it sure seems like they will be amongst the top phones of 2021.

The Pixel 6 series will be formally introduced tomorrow and will reportedly go on sale towards the end of the month. 
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