Newly leaked Pixel 6 images turn up on Twitter

Google's newest smartphones aren't set to debut until Oct. 19, but leaked details and images of the new devices keep showing up online.

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Ahead of Google's launch event on Oct. 19, noted leaker Evan Blass (@evleaks on Twitter) has posted new images of the purported Pixel 6, showcasing the device from multiple angles in three separate colors: stormy black, seafoam green and cloudy white. Take a look for yourself below: 

The images line up with what we've already seen of the new phones -- namely, the telltale horizontal camera bump that spans the width of the phone.

Rumors have been swirling about the newest Pixel devices throughout the year and in the runup to their debut later this month. In May, Jon Prosser posted renders of the Pixel 6 and the now-confirmed Pixel 6 Pro -- later, we learned that the new phones will sport newly designed Tensor chips to boost their computing and camera capabilities. Just yesterday, a likely-accidental leak of Pixel tech specs showed up on a UK retailer's website, indicating that the newest additions to the lineup will include a new Titan M2 chip for better on-device security, five years of security updates, new camera features and more.

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We'll learn more of the details soon enough, when the new devices launch on Oct. 19. Stay tuned.