Equipped with Pixel 6, Pixel 6 Pro, in-display fingerprint sensor, leaking Google’s SVP

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Following various reports and leaks, Google recently officially announced the next Pixel 6 series with its Google Tensor chipset. Hiroshi Lockheimer, now Google’s senior vice president, mistakenly revealed one of the latest features of the device in the future. According to a tweet currently deleted by Google’s SVP Pixel 6 series comes with an in-display fingerprint scanner..

Lockheimer recently shared a tweet with a screenshot of the Pixel 6 lock screen. He shared the tweet and deleted it in just a few minutes, but the community was fast enough to get the information he needed. Thanks to XDA member Jeff Springer, you can see a screenshot of the deleted tweet just below.

Display fingerprint sensor Pixel 6

Now, the lock screen screenshot has a lot of information that highlights some of the features of the Pixel 6. The most important of these is the fingerprint scanner icon on the screen. This basically confirms that Google’s upcoming flagship product will come with an in-display fingerprint scanner for biometrics. You can also find the location of the fingerprint scanner, as you can see in the tweet below.

In addition, XDA Developer’s EIC Meshaal Rahman points out that the screenshot resolution is 1440 x 3200p, so it may be from the Pixel 6 Pro.

In other words, the Pixel 6 series The first Google smartphone with an in-display fingerprint sensor.. In addition, previous rumors suggest that it may have Samsung’s 50MP ISO CELLGN1 sensor and a 5G-enabled Exynos modem. Needless to say, Google has also confirmed that the Pixel 6 series will ship without the included charger. So what are your expectations for Google to return to the flagship segment? Share your thoughts with us in the comments section below.