Google Pixel 6
Reviews and ratings: 89 %
Description Google Pixel 6
- 6.4 inches, 1080 x 2400 pixels, AMOLED, 128 GB storage, 8 GB RAM
- Android 12, Google Tensor (5 nm), Octa-core (2 x 2.80 GHz Cortex-X1 & 2 x 2.25 GHz Cortex-A76 & 4 x 1.80 GHz Cortex-A55)
- 50 MP, f/1.9, 26 mm (wide), 1/1.31 inch, 1.2 µm, omnidirectional PDAF, laser AF, OIS, 12 MP, f/2.2, 114 ˚ (ultra-wide), 1.25 µm, front: 8 MP, f/2.0, 24 mm (wide), 1.12 µm
- Excellent photo-editing features
- Android 12
- Unique design
- Great price
- Tensor chipset makes a strong first impression
- Slow fingerprint sensor
- Battery life can be short over 5G
- Some color issues with photos
- No face unlock
Google Pixel 6 review
The cameras on the Pixel 6 are as good as ever, and the new editing tools bring some welcome features. That said, I think the iPhone 13 takes better pictures for the most part, particularly in low lighting, where past Pixels have previously excelled. Tensor seems like a welcome addition to the Pixel lineup as well, though the true value of its machine learning expertise is only going to fully reveal itself over time.
I wish battery performance was more consistent on the Pixel 6 and that figuring out 5G connectivity didn’t require a wall chart. Since Google can now commit to security updates for longer periods of time, it would do well to mirror Apple’s stance on software updates, too. The constant problems popping up also show that Google could be doing better on the software front. Read full review…
Google Pixel 6 review – The Google Pixel 6 redefines phone photo perfection
The Google Pixel 6 isn’t the most powerful phone on the market, but its new Tensor chipset elevates its photo-taking capabilities beyond that of rival handsets. While it lacks a telephoto lens, and its battery life isn’t anything to brag about, it’s a big phone with a 6.4-inch display, a radical new design, and a price that can undercut rival Android phones – although carrier-specific versions might be pricier. Read full review…
Google Pixel 6 review: The smartest, best-value Pixel yet
The Google Pixel 6 represents quite a departure from recent Pixel phone launches. Not only is it unashamedly premium in its design, but it costs the same amount as the Pixel 5 did at launch, is significantly faster and comes with improved cameras and a revamped UI.
At such a reasonable price and with such a tempting array of features, Google has a winner on its hands. Aside from the “love it or hate it” design, the only real fly in the ointment is the Pixel 6’s battery life, which comes in well under its competitors. But it’s hardly a deal-breaker at just under 20 hours.
If you can stomach the stamina hit and you’re after the (almost) best that Android can currently muster, Google’s Android-waving Pixel 6 is a firm choice that’s well worth the money. Read full review…
Google Pixel 6 review: Worth every penny
The Google Pixel 6 is the most well-rounded smartphone Google has ever produced. The upgraded cameras perform well (and are long overdue), the software experience is unmatched, and performance from the Tensor chipset is solid enough (for now). The Pixel 6 is incredibly easy to recommend to anyone looking for a Galaxy S22 or iPhone 13 alternative. Read full review…
Google Pixel 6 review: This phone is everything I wanted
With all of the upgrades to software and hardware, you have to wonder if that will be enough to make the Pixel 6 successful. And that’s really the only thing I can’t answer. I can say this is the best phone Google has ever built. As tempting as the Pixel 6 is, for $300 more you can upgrade to the slightly more premium Pixel 6 Pro, which adds a telephoto camera; a 6.7-inch display with curved edges, a higher resolution and high refresh rate; more RAM; an ultrawideband chip and Gorilla Glass Victus on the back. But if you have $600 and are looking for a new phone, the Pixel 6 is my recommendation. Read full review…
Google Pixel 6 review: Do call it a comeback
With a great primary camera, fast performance, and a fun, fresh UI, Google’s Pixel 6 is a triumph in the upper-mid-range space. The phone’s first few months were defined by bugs and slow updates, but Google seems to have righted the ship. At $599, the Pixel 6 is easy to recommend. Read full review…
Google Pixel 6 Review – The best midrange Android phone
The Google Pixel 6 delivers top-notch performance, long battery life, and impressive cameras. It replaces the Pixel 5a as our midrange Editors’ Choice winner, but if you’re looking to spend less on the 5a, you really can’t go wrong with either. Whether you should spend $300 more on the Pixel 6 Pro depends on what you’re looking for. If you’re a serious smartphone photographer, a hardcore smartphone gamer who needs the 120Hz LTPO display and extra RAM, or a die-hard AT&T customer who wants mmWave connectivity, the Pixel 6 Pro is worth the premium. But for the best midrange phone $599 can buy, the Pixel 6 is hard to beat. Read full review…
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