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Google Pixel 6 Pro leak appears to confirm battery sharing, 12GB of RAM, more
- A new leak of Google Pixel 6 Pro specs appears to confirm some aspects of the phone.
- Allegedly, the leak is based on a real unit, although it is almost certainly a prototype.
- Battery sharing, 12GB of RAM, a 120Hz refresh rate, and more appear to be confirmed.
We’ve already seen plenty of leaks related to Google’s next slate of flagship phones. Some of those “leaks” were even dropped by Google itself. However, today’s newest leak is interesting in that it allegedly comes from a real physical unit.
An anonymous source speaking with XDA-Developers claims to have a real Pixel 6 Pro on hand. By communicating with the source, XDA feels comfortable standing by some alleged Google Pixel 6 Pro specs.
See also: All Google Pixel phones released so far
Most of the specs are things we’ve already heard from other sources. For example, the Pixel 6 Pro will apparently have a 120Hz display, which is something we’ve heard plenty of times. Keep in mind, though, that the alleged “real” device (which is almost certainly a prototype, not a retail model) having these features makes it more likely that’s what we’ll actually see.
Elsewhere, XDA‘s source posits some other Google Pixel 6 Pro specs:
- 12GB of RAM
- Periscope zoom camera
- Battery Share (reverse wireless charging)
- 3,120 x 1,440 display resolution
- Ultra-wideband (UWB) support
- 50MP Samsung GN1 main camera lens
- 12MP Sony IMX386 wide-angle lens
- 48MP Sony IMX586 telephoto lens
- 5,000mAh battery
- Wi-Fi 6E
- In-display fingerprint sensor
The source also confirms that, unfortunately, the Pixel 6 Pro does not support Active Edge. We got excited about this rumor earlier today, but it appears not to be.
Google will likely launch the Pixel 6 series in October, not long after its expected launch of Android 12. That’s when we’ll know for certain what the Google Pixel 6 Pro specs will be! Until then, we’ll just need to keep checking on these leaks and keeping our fingers crossed.