The Pixel 6 leaks have disclosed almost everything about the next Google phones. Today, German retailer MediaMarkt verified the reported Pixel 6 pricing of €650. So the €900 pricing for the Pixel 6 Pro is definitely accurate.

Now comes Evan Blass with a collection of photos from the Pixel 6 page on the Google Store. While the surrounding text is absent, the pictures are sufficient (besides, we aren’t hearing about these things for the first time).

In this picture, Google’s outstanding camera software is finally matched with the modern camera hardware. An ultra-wide camera and a telephoto module both take up 48 MP.

Samsung’s 50 MP GN1 sensor has 1.2 m pixels, 4-in-1 binning, and Dual Pixel autofocus. This sensor will reportedly be utilized in the Pixel 6 as well. But the Pro’s tele camera will have 4x magnification. More on the Pixel 6 camera here. You may also see some camera examples.

The following pictures are self-explanatory — the new Pixels will be IP-rated. We didn’t expect much less from the 6-series after the Pixel 5.

The first picture displays a wired charger, even though the retail box will not have one. The 5,000 mAh Pro battery should enable 33W charging. The two phones should also include wireless charging, similar to Home Hub.

Introducing Material You, the first significant makeover of Android in a few years, the Pixel 6 will run Android 12. See our review for more on the new features.