Google Pixel 6 leak teases Magic Eraser feature, plus five years of Android security updates

A marketing site has leaked new information that confirms the Pixel 6's camera will feature a Magic Eraser feature. The devices will also receive five years of Android security updates (h/t Google 9to5)
Evan Blass, a reliable leaker, claimed that the Carphone Warehouse website displayed images from Google marketing materials for Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro. The images have since been removed, but you can still view earlier versions of Carphone Warehouse pages via the Wayback Machine here, and here. Screenshots of the Magic Eraser previously leaked description, which is apparently linked to Google Photos.

Magic Eraser can make distractions disappear in just a few clicks. Google Photos can be used to remove unwanted objects and strangers so that the real stars of the photos are the people and places you captured.

Many of the photos in the new photos have been leaked or confirmed. The Pixel 6 camera will feature a 50MP main sensor, a 12MP ultrawide lens, while the Pixel 6 Pro will include a 48MP Telephoto lens.

Similar This is the Pixel 6

Engadget also noted that some of the text in the leaked images refers to Android security updates for at most five years starting from the date the device was first made available on Google Store in the US. This would mean that Pixel 6 devices would be protected until 2026.

Google was able to get ahead of some leaks this year with early announcements regarding the Pixel 6 Pro and Pixel 6 Pro. These announcements included hints about its Tensor CPU. On October 19, Google will host its autumn hardware event, at which it will unveil the Pixel 6 Pro and Pixel 6 Pro.