google pixel 6 pro Review

Google Pixel 6 Pro Review: Beyond Pixel Perfect

The Pixel 6 Pro from Google is the company’s most ambitious smartphone to date. This is a phone that means business, with enhanced cameras, a large 120Hz dynamic display, and the all-new Tensor chip. It is less expensive than other flagship phones. Check out our Google Pixel 6 review if you don’t require a 120Hz display or telephoto zoom.

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The Pixel 6 Pro features a curved display, a glass back, and a camera bar that runs the length of the device. In a sea of glass and metal slabs, it’s refreshing to see Google try something new and different. It’s sturdy and has a nice heft to it without being overpowering.

The fingerprint sensor is adequate, but it is slower than the competition and is extremely finicky about where your finger is placed.

Software and Special Features:

It contains a new design language and a theming system called Material You. Security patches will be provided for five years, while Google has only committed to three years of Android updates at the time of writing. In its keynote, Google highlighted some Pixel 6-specific features.

On the Pixel 6 Pro, you can use Google Assistant to voice-type commands like “Clear,” “Stop,” and “Send.” With Live Translate, you can just point your camera at a sign in another language and have it translated.

There are also new shortcuts for items like “Stop” for an alarm or timer, and “Decline” for incoming calls. When you need it, At a Glance can display things like your travel ticket, appointments, commute timings, and more on your home screen.


The Pixel 6 Pro’s display compares favourably to others in terms of colour saturation and colour accuracy, but it falls short in terms of brightness. Outside, it can get quite bright, but not nearly as bright as the iPhone 13 Pro Max’s ridiculously bright screen.

In actuality, the display is ideal for games like Genshin Impact or the bleak Back 4 Blood. The Google Pixel 6 Pro boasts a 6.4-inch OLED display with a 2400×1080 pixel resolution and a high pixel density.

With a pure white background and the ambient light sensor turned on, the panel’s brightness averages roughly 805cd/m2. There is no direct integration of a DC-dimming option or anything similar into the panel’s settings. As a result, sensitive users will experience pain when using the device, and the optional Night Light mode will only aid to a limited amount.


It contains a single USB 3.2 (Gen. 1) connector that offers fast data speeds and OTG, but it does not support wired image output. There’s also Bluetooth 5.2 and NFC, but no notification LED or IR blaster.


Both the 12MP ultrawide and 48MP telephoto cameras on the Pixel 6 Pro have 4x optical zoom. According to Google, the main sensor has been upgraded to 50MP, allowing 150 per cent more light in. Magic Eraser is the standout among the new AI functions enabled by the Tensor processor.

This allows you to effectively eliminate undesired things from your photos’ backgrounds. Both phones took distinct approaches to the final photographs in these Mark Spoonauer portraits.

The iPhone brought things in a little closer to focus on Mark’s face, while the Pixel zoomed out a little. Both phones had to compensate for the direct sunshine on the subject, and both performed admirably.

However, the Pixel did so better. I like both portraits, but the colour tones in Pixel’s photograph appeal to me more. The image on the Pixel is cleaner than that on the Galaxy S21 Ultra, but it’s a close fight.


Google’s first-generation microprocessor for AI and machine learning is called Tensor. Apple’s A15 Bionic remains far superior, and Google has a long way to go. In most tests, though, Tensor outperforms the Snapdragon 888 (and its Adreno 660 GPU).

The Google Pixel 6 Pro is the company’s first smartphone to be powered by its own SoC, the Google Tensor.

It has a similar design to the Samsung Exynos 2100, however, it has one more Cortex-X1 core and one less A76 core. It does, however, have 20 cores instead of 14 like the Galaxy S21+. In everyday use, the powerful SoC provides an enticing performance. In benchmarks, however, it is behind the Snapdragon 888.


Thanks to Tensor, video has also gotten a boost. HDR live video in 4K may be recorded, providing vibrant and punchy videos – 4K video is also available on the front-facing camera. Speech Enhancement also improves the sound quality of selfie recordings.

The Pixel 6 Pro, according to Google, will better filter out background noise so that your speech can be heard clearly.

Pixels have always taken great photos, but have suffered from video in the past. This year, things have changed, albeit I’m not certain it’s as nice as the iPhone 13 Pro Max. The Pixel 6 Pro lacks Cinematic mode, but that isn’t necessarily a bad thing.

Google Tensor:

The Tensor SoC from Google is an octa-core CPU built on a 5nm technology. A 20-core ARM Mali GPU is included in addition to the CPU for gaming and computational photography. Contextual reminders and the always-on display are handled by a separate Context Hub coprocessor on the SoC.

Battery life and Charging:

The Google Pixel 6 Pro’s huge 5,000 mAh battery outperforms the iPhone 13 Pro Max and Galaxy S21 Ultra. The phone’s terrible battery life, on the other hand, astounds us.

Even though Tensor is a first-generation product (with an older 5G modem), I had high expectations. The new Google Pixel 6 Pro has a 23W battery, which is only somewhat better than the Pixel 5

It also offers faster wireless charging than previous Pixels, though it’s still not as fast as a typical Qi charger. In Washington, D.C., we put the phone to the test and discovered that it had more than enough battery life to get through a full day of intensive use.


  • Exceptional battery life
  • The new design is stunning.
  • Incredible cameras
  • Excellent long-term durability
  • dependable interconnection
  • Tensor is an excellent performer.
  • Pixel-only features that are easy to use
  • Affordably priced in comparison to other flagships


  • Some camera functions are difficult to utilize.
  • The in-display fingerprint reader that’s a pain to use
  • Battery life is shorter than that of competitors.


Because of its long battery life, rapid performance, outstanding cameras, and unrivalled Android OS, Google’s Pixel 6 Pro is a class-leading flagship phone.

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