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Google Pixel 6 Pro camera deep dive leaks, including image and video examples
- Another leak of the upcoming Google Pixel 6 has been posted on YouTube, focusing on the Pixel 6 Pro camera.
- The post includes photos and video clips taken from the camera.
- The phone is still expected to launch sometime in mid-October.
As we wait patiently for Google to finally give us the official low down on what the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro can do, more leaks of this highly anticipated smartphone continue to find their way to the internet. The latest leak shows off photos and images take from a Pixel 6 Pro.
The new Pixel 6 Pro camera leak comes via M. Brandon Lee of the This is Tech Today YouTube channel. He’s been a reliable source of leaks of late, and this Pixel 6 camera info apparently comes from an unidentified source in Nigeria. The source got access to a Pixel 6 Pro and took some photos and videos with the smartphone’s camera. Lee pointed out that the images and clips were taken with pre-production software with a source that is not a professional photographer.
See also: All Google Pixel phones released so far
That being said, the photos that are included in the Pixel 6 Pro camera video show some solid detail in settings that were taken in mid-afternoon on an overcast day. The photos also show solid contrast and don’t distort background images. The video clips don’t look quite as good. That’s mainly due to the stabilization on the camera not being all that stable. Again, it’s possible this could improve with the final software.
Just a quick reminder: the standard Pixel 6 could have a 50MP main rear camera, and a 12MP ultra-wide sensor. The Pixel 6 Pro could have both of those cameras, plus a 48MP telephoto lens with 4x optical zoom. This new leak also shows a close-up of the Pixel 6 Pro’s bigger 6.71-inch display with its curved screen.
Stay tuned as we will likely get even more Pixel 6 leaks before Google finally and officially launches this smartphone (hopefully) later in October.