The Google Pixel 6 colors, along with many other interesting details, have just been revealed by Google. The five total colorways available for both phones are official and have been given their typically cutesy titles.
Joining these new colors is a radical new design. The thick black "camera bar" means that every color option features a tri-tone color scheme, offering the phone a striking look.
If you want to know your options, or just admire Google's upcoming flagship phone, we've got images and more details below.
Google Pixel 6 colors
No matter which version of the Pixel 6 or Pixel 6 Pro you look at, it will have the black camera bar running across its back, about a third of the way down the phone. It marks a dividing line between the other two colors used on the phone - a throwback to the two-tone designs used on the first three Pixels and the Google Pixel 3a.
The first available color option is an all-black model, officially named Stormy Black. Although it's all one color, there's still a difference in texture between the upper and lower portions of the phone's back.
The next Pixel 6 color combines a pale green with a touch of lime green, named Sorta Seafoam. The name and look makes it an unofficial successor to the "Sorta Sage" Pixel 5..
Lastly for the Pixel 6, we've got a pale orange main section, and a more vivid orange at the top, which is named Kinda Coral. This brings to mind the "Oh So Orange" version of the Pixel 4.
Google Pixel 6 Pro colors
To differentiate it from its base model sibling, the Pixel 6 Pro has two colors of its own on offer. It also has a glossy metal side rail, rather than the matte one on the Pixel 6.
Aside from the all-black Stormy Black model, the Pixel 6 Pro also comes in a sand and gold edition, named Sorta Sunny. This isn't a color Google has offered anything similar to before, but the muted main color in tandem with the more vivid highlight above the camera bar makes for a classy but striking combination.
The last Pixel 6 Pro color is a mix of silver and slate gray, named Cloudy White. Some recent Pixels have been available in "Clearly White," but the grey strip across the top does give an impression of a brewing storm.