Smartphones that aren’t created by Apple or Samsung are in a fierce battle for recognition. But, without any doubt, the Google Pixel 6 is not similar to any other Google phone, from its distinct new appearance to the uniquely designed Google’s Tensor processor that now leads the company’s top phones. The Google Pixel 6 phone is now available in stores, and the pricing varies depending on where you purchase it. Read on to know more about the specifications and review of this amazing Google Pixel 6 phone.
The distinctive new appearance stems entirely from the camera bar (horizontal) that stretches behind the phone. That’s rather a different method from other camera displays, which are typically confined to the higher left position of a gadget. The side effect is that it stops the phone from shaking when you set it down on its back, even though the horizontal bar protrudes from the back of the Pixel 6.
Consider the Pixel 6’s display to be the phone displays’ Goldilocks, that is, at 6.4 inches screen, it’s neither too large nor too small, but still most users will find it just perfect. The resolution of about 2400 x 1080p is extremely sharp, and the light bezels allow apps to load up all of the screen’s accessible space.
You will have to pony up for the Pixel 6 Pro, if you are looking for a phone whose display maxes out at 120Hz refresh rate, but Google has not left owners of the less pricey option higher. The Pixel 6 has an adjustable 90Hz refresh rate, which ranges up when your on-screen movement benefits from easier gameplay navigation and drops back down to 60Hz at other times to save the battery.
When compared to similarly priced phones with AMOLED displays, the Pixel 6’s display has reasonably consistent colors. The Google Pixel 6 displays about 100.9 percent sRGB color spectrum when set to Natural, which is somewhat less than the Galaxy S21 (109.2 percent), iPhone 13 (110.2 percent), and OnePlus 9 (104.1 percent). In terms of color reproduction, the Pixel 6 has a Delta-E score of 0.28, which is somewhat lower than OnePlus 9 (0.27) and iPhone 13 (0.26).
The Pixel 6 comes equipped with a FHD+ OLED display of 6.4-inch screen with 8GB LPDDR5 RAM, a refresh rate of 90Hz, a 4,614mAh battery with 30W fast charging, and up to 256GB UFS 3.1 storage. It has two back cameras, one with 50 megapixels and the other with a 12 megapixels ultrawide sensor. The fingerprint sensor is beneath the glass panel on the bottom whereas a notch for the 8MP selfie camera is in the center of the display screen.
For it to work, you must push and stick your finger against that sensor; a single touch will not suffice, and it is slower than phones like the Galaxy S21 Ultra. Additionally, the Pixel 6’s cameras feature an array of techniques powered by computation photography. The capability to effortlessly erase objects and people from the photos background, removing the blur from faces using software smarts, using artistic blurs to turn static shots into action photos, and enhancements to how cameras catch skin tone, especially for people who love color, are all included in this year’s batch of tools.
However, the experience of Google Pixel 6 camera is more than lenses, as Google mixes its computational photography expertise with innovative picture editing abilities that allow you to modify and improve your photos. The characters added to the Google Pixel 6’s photo toolset are very simple to use when they even need your intrusion at all.
The most popular feature is likely to be the Magic Eraser, as most of us have taken what appears to be a flawless image only to discover it has been cluttered up by things and people in the background. Magic Eraser, which can be found in Photos editing tools can automatically select persons and things to delete, which you can do with a single press.
The Google built system on chip that allows many of the new phones’ machine learning capabilities is the much focused feature of Google Pixel 6 launch. Tensor, for example, is used to power some of the photo-enhancing features. However, performance is determined by silicon, and one of the key ambiguities surrounding Tensor has been how it will relate to the Snapdragon 888 processor that is found in most of the Android phones.
A 5G modem is included in the Tensor chipset, which is apparently one of 5123 modems of Samsung’s Exynos. That is a step or two below then the Qualcomm’s Snapdragon X60 modem, which is added in current flagships like the Samsung S21 and in iPhone 13. Therefore, the 5G speeds can be a little slower on the Google Pixel 6.
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The Pixel 6 also includes Corning’s Gorilla Glass Victus for scratch protection and an IP68 grade for water resistance. This is the first smartphone to run Android 12 that is Google’s most recent system update for Android devices. This isn’t just a change; Android 12 includes Google’s new Material You interface, which is pre-installed on the Google Pixel 6, which means the wallpapers adjust to your Google Pixel’s color. The built-in Google apps features like the keyboard take on the color of your phone and also other customized icons.
The Google pixel 6 phone price starts from PHP 30,000 in Philippines and is available now at Google Store.
Well, the Google Pixel 6’s cameras are as great as always, and the additional tools for editing add some useful capabilities. However, after comparison, it seems that the iPhone 13 shoots better images in general, especially in low light, where prior Pixels have excelled. Tensor also appears to be a nice add-on to the Google Pixel lineup, though the real value of its machine learning capability will only become visible with time.
The Google Pixel 6 is clearly a challenger to become your upcoming phone, thanks to the increased features given by both Tensor and Android 12. Android users who want to get the most out of Google’s software should consider upgrading to the most recent Pixel.