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Pixel 6: Google May Finally Have a Chance to Compete with Apple and Samsung with The Pixel 6 Pro.

After much anticipation, I’ve finally received the Pixel 6 Pro, Google’s new premium flagship device, which was unveiled at the same event as the Pixel 6. And I’m impressed thus far. Google first teased the phone back in August, and I at the time discussed why I was eager to test out its revolutionary camera configuration, Android 12 operating system, and Tensor processor built by Google. The excitement is still present now that it is in my possession. Even though I’ve only had the phone for a short while, I’ve already noticed a few significant upgrades from the previous Pixel 5.

But given its noticeably higher asking price, it must then implement those upgrades. There is no doubt that Google is positioning the Pixel 6 Pro as a premium phone to be compared with the iPhone 13 and Samsung’s Galaxy S21 because it costs $200 more than the Pixel 5 at $899 (£849, which converts to roughly AU$1,570) (though in many ways, the Pixel 6 is more exciting).

The textured rear of the Pixel 5 has been replaced with a two-tone, all-glass back on the Pixel 6 Pro, which has a camera strip at the top. The glass on the front gently curls at the edges to meet the aluminum frame, and it feels substantial in the hand. One piece of advice, though: Purchase the somewhat sunny orange color option. My moody black review model is really unappealing.

Google’s Pixel 6 Pro Feels Just as Luxurious as It Appears.

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The phone’s 6.7-inch display extends all the way to its corners, and because to its 3,120×1,440-pixel resolution, it appears brilliant and razor-sharp. In accordance with what you’re doing, Google claims its adaptive screen refresh rate automatically shifts between 10 and 120Hz. For instance, you’ll need a high refresh rate when gaming, but when the phone is merely showing the home screen, it will change to a much lower rate to conserve power.

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Own Tensor Processor from Google

The Tensor processor, Google’s first custom-built microprocessor, powers the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro and is said to have a number of advantages, especially for “machine learning,” speech recognition, and artificial intelligence (AI). Producing its own silicon is a big step for Google and shows a clear commitment to staying in the hardware business; after all, nobody develops their own CPUs as a one-off experiment.

But when Google finds additional ways to utilize its new hardware, many of the advantages will eventually materialize. There are currently no differences between it and other top-tier smartphone processors in use. You can use the phone just like you would any other Android phone because it feels quick and free of bothersome lag. Imagine installing a new engine in your car; you’ll still drive it the same way, on the same roads, and with the same gasoline, but it might go a little quicker and be more efficient. Or maybe not. Time will tell, and I’ll provide more information in my comprehensive evaluation.

12 Android

The Pixel 6 Pro ships with Android 12, the most recent version of the operating system. Some of Android 12’s more significant improvements, such as scrollable screenshots and more sophisticated privacy settings, such as the ability to disable system-wide access to the microphone and camera from your control panel, have already been demonstrated by Google.

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3.0 Back Cameras

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Three cameras are located on the rear of the Pixel 6 Pro: a 48-megapixel telephoto camera with 4x optical zoom, a 12-megapixel ultrawide lens, and a 50-megapixel primary camera. The primary camera has a bigger 1/1.3-inch sensor that, according to Google, can catch 2.5 times as much light as the Pixel 5, enabling it to produce brighter, more detailed photographs in dim lighting. I’m eager to see what these improvements will add to the Pixel 5’s ability to capture good low-light photos.

The Pixel line has long been known for producing high-quality photos that are often on par with, if not slightly better than, the competition. The Pixel 6 Pro will need to deliver outstanding performance to entice keen photographers to part with their cash. Both the iPhone 13 Pro and Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra carry great cameras capable of shooting gorgeous photographs in any circumstances.

Though less than the S21 Ultra’s 10x optical zoom, its triple setup offers more zoom than the iPhone 13 Pro (4x vs. 3x), 4K, stabilized video, improved auto modes for better skin tones for people of color, and a “magic eraser” function that reportedly can automatically remove people and objects from the background of an image.


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