The head of Android posted the first screenshot of the Google Pixel 6 screen

The head of the Android operating system development team has officially confirmed that the new series of flagship smartphones Google Pixel 6 will receive a sub-screen fingerprint scanner.

Search giant Google previously announced that the Pixel 6 series will be powered by a brand new Tensor single-chip system. Now the first screenshot of the Pixel 6 screen has been published, which shows the fingerprint sensor's location. It was posted by Hiroshi Lockheimer, who became the head of the Android team in 2015.

In a tweet, the head of the Android development team stated that he is trying new wallpaper combinations using the Android 12 Material You theme engine. This tweet was deleted sometime after publication, but it was copied by Mishaal Rahman, editor-in-chief of XDA Developers' well-known resource.

He confirmed that the screenshot had a resolution of 1440 x 3200 pixels, although the actual screen resolution of the Pixel 6, according to Rahman, will be 1140 x 3120 pixels. Another thing that observers noticed in the screenshot is that the smartphone was on the Verizon 5G network.

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