Pixel 6 vs. Pixel 6 Pro: Google’s flagship phones compared

Pixel 6 vs. Pixel 6 Pro: Google’s flagship phones compared

The Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro were revealed by Google in October — and as expected they come loaded with welcome upgrades (like Google’s new Tensor chips) that could potentially usher in the tipping of fortunes for the company’s struggling phone division.

With the Pixel 6 lineup, Google seems to have course-corrected from the Pixel 5, which marked a departure from the pricey Pixel phones of years past. Out goes last year’s midrange processor, in comes the company’s years-in-the-making Tensor chip. Out went the generic, tried-and-tested hardware design. In comes a statement device with a signature camera bar running across the width of the chassis, which is available in splashy new colors including sorta sea-foam green and sorta sunny orange.

This year, there are two phones in the flagship Pixel series, the $599 (£599) Pixel 6 and $899 (£849) Pixel 6 Pro. Of the two phones, the more affordable Pixel 6 is priced to compete with the iPhone 13, Samsung Galaxy S21 as well as other Android midtier phones like the Motorola Edge (2021). Check the table below for a full pricing breakdown.

But beyond the fact that the Pixel 6 lineup is made by Google, boasts top-of-the-line cameras and the best Android update policy around, what also makes it an interesting buy is what’s found inside the device’s revamped chassis. At the heart of the Pixel 6 series is that aforementioned Tensor system-on-a-chip. Tensor promises up to 48 hours of battery life, better “real-time language translations, highly accurate voice transcription and high-end camera features like the ability to unblur the face of a person in motion,” according to a report by CNET’s Shara Tibken. This marks the first time the company has built its phones without a Qualcomm chipset, endeavoring instead to build its own in-house. And because Google created Tensor, it’s extending security and OS support to Pixel owners to five years…Read more>>
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