The Google Pixel 6 series has been teased by a post on Instagram and a promotional video on YouTube. Instagram posts show a dozen Google Pixel 6 smartphones, each with different colored backgrounds. This entry is a play on the cover of Grammy-winning recording artist Drake’s latest album, “Certified Lover Boy.” The Google Pixel 6 is first seen in the hands of users in a YouTube video, showing unrendered images. The Instagram post also hints at a possible October 19 launch date, which was also previously suggested. The series will include two models: Google Pixel 6 and Google Pixel 6 Pro

An Instagram post from Made By Google (@madebygoogle) shows the Pixel 6 smartphone with Google-designed You content offered with Android 12. The post was accompanied by a caption that reads “Certified Pixel Lovers” – A Play on Drax Album. It shows the Pixel 6 smartphone in a 4×3 grid with backgrounds in different colors for each device. There are different watches and widgets on every device. The Tuesday 19 date is visible on Pixel smartphones, which could indicate that the series may launch on Tuesday, October 19. This also confirms the previous report that mentioned the announcement date of the Pixel 6 series. But Google hasn’t officially announced the release date yet.

A video of the Pixel 6 smartphone was also shared on YouTube. This is also the first time that the smartphone has been seen in the hands of the users instead of just the rendered image. The video also reveals that the Pixel 6 series will be available in multiple colors: Pixel 6 Pro in gold and white; Pixel 6 in green and orange.
The video usually shows the back of the phone. In which its unique horizontal camera module is visible. However, the Google Pixel 6 series display appears lighter and appears to have thinner bezels on three sides and a correspondingly thicker chin. A central punch cutout for the selfie camera is also shown.

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