The Google Pixel 6 lineup is expected to launch in October this year. The series is tipped to include the Pixel 6 and the Pixel 6 Pro instead of a Pixel 6 XL.

We have seen the lineup in CAD renders and spec sheet leaks, but now the handset has appeared in live images, confirming the design we saw in previous leaks.

Google Pixel 6 Pro Appears in Live Images With a Curved Display and Horizontal Cameras

These images show the Pixel 6 Pro featuring a curved display with a tiny punch-hole selfie camera. It is almost a full-screen display with extremely small bezels and a thin frame. There is no physical fingerprint sensor to be seen anywhere, suggesting an under-display sensor instead.

The rear panel has a dual-tone design and a horizontal triple-camera setup including an LED flash. This setup appears to have a pericope zoom lens as well.

The rear panel also shows the “GR1YH” model number at the bottom. Previous reports have shown that this model number belongs to the Pixel 6 phone codenamed “Raven” which is expected to be the Pixel 6 Pro.

However, Google’s Pixel devices are manufactured in China and shipped to the US so the text saying “Made in the US” casts doubt on the leak. We recommend taking this information with a grain of salt until the design is confirmed by Google.