A Google employee accidentally leaks information about the Pixel 6 phone

Hiroshi Lockheimer, current Senior Vice President of Android at Google, posted a photo on Twitter. Nothing special per se, but the photo reveals information about the Pixel 6. The tweet has been removed, but we have the photo.

Hiroshi Lockheimer’s tweet was about Material You, the new corporate identity for Android 12 that you can partially customize. Show a screenshot showing the material you are at work. But it seems that the photo was taken without warning Pixel 6 from Pixel 6 Pro.

Material that screenshot lock screen
The tweet in question with the photo

We see a yet unknown fingerprint code. Most likely this is where the fingerprint scanner is located on the screen. So far, Google has always used the scanner in the back. Google has all of Pixel 6 as Pixel 6 Pro It has already been shown but both have not been officially announced yet. So all details are still unknown.

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information about Pixel 6 Mainly known for its special segments; strung. This should have an edge over the competition, especially in the field of machine learning. Google wants to use this to improve the quality of photos and videos. Details are still missing such as how many pixels the camera has, how much RAM there is and how much the new pixels will cost.

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