Pixel 6 Pro review: Google’s formidable ‘beast’ in 2021

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2021-10-31 19:25:35

In recent times, the smartphone market has witnessed a lot of high-end products from famous brands. Including the most recent iPhone 13 series, we have two versions of Google’s Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro.

The Google Pixel 6 Pro was officially launched on October 19 after more than a month of teasers and teasers from the company. And in this article, I will send everyone a review about this Google Pixel 6 Pro.


The Google Pixel 6 looks very different from most current phones, with the horizontal camera band taking up a large portion of their frame. It’s the most notable element of the design. In a way, the camera protrudes from the back of the phone, which may displease some – although it undeniably gives the phone a unique look. It means your phone won’t lie flat on the table, as it will channel a bit when you put it on a flat surface.

The phone is quite large with a screen size of 6.72 inches, so you may want to opt for the standard Google Pixel 6 if you are looking for a smaller device. It has a glass back that is protected by Corning Gorilla Glass Victus technology so it doesn’t get scratched easily. The device is also IP68 water and dust resistant, so it should be able to easily survive accidental drops into the water.

Its curved edges ensure the phone rests comfortably in your hand, although some people may find it slippery to hold, this problem can be solved with a case. The color options for the Pixel 6 Pro are Sorta Sunny, Cloudy White (white and gray) and Stormy Black (black and gray). You will be able to buy the 128GB variant in all three colors, the 256GB version only available in the Stormy Black.


The Pixel 6 Pro has a 6.7-inch QHD+ display suitable for people who like big screens, it offers sharp image quality with a resolution of 1440 x 3120 which is a huge step up from the 2020 Pixel 5. We found this to be one of the sharpest screens we’ve seen on a smartphone in 2021.

The display is capable of delivering impressive levels of brightness, and I had no trouble seeing the phone’s screen in bright sunlight. You’ll probably want to manually adjust the brightness in some cases, but we’ve found auto-brightness generally works well.

The display has a refresh rate of 120Hz, which means that the image on the screen will refresh twice as fast as a handset with a ‘standard’ 60Hz display. Will help you have a smoother experience when playing games and surfing social networks.

The Pixel 6 Pro also has Google’s first in-display fingerprint scanner, although in our testing it was a bit clunky to use. After a while, we got used to where and exactly where we need to place our fingers, but we recommend setting up multiple digits or turning on face unlock to make sure you can access it. access your phone quickly.


The Pixel 6 Pro builds on the company’s camera technology, and in theory, the camera setup in the Pixel 6 Pro is Google’s best ever, with a 50MP wide camera, an ultra-wide camera. 12MP and a 48MP telephoto camera.

The 50MP main camera, with f/1.9 aperture and 1.2┬Ám pixels is the one you’ll likely use the most. We found it to be able to take high-resolution photos with good detail and realistic colors.

The ultra-wide camera gives you a 114-degree field of view, when you want to get more or more people into the frame. We found the camera to give good results as well, but as expected, the image quality isn’t as strong as the main camera.

Night Sight mode, which allows you to get good photos in darker settings. This is similar to the Google Pixel 5’s ability to brighten dark scenes, but you’ll need to keep the camera still for the feature to work fully.

The telephoto camera is capable of up to 4x optical zoom and in testing we found that it produces detailed images of distant subjects. Again, you’ll need to keep the phone still for best results. If you need a larger zoom range, there is also a 20x digital zoom, but the image quality degrades quite quickly when you use this function.

On the front of the phone you will find an 11.1MP selfie camera with f/2.2 aperture. In our testing, portrait shots were decent, image quality was good for video calls and natural skin tones in selfies.


The Pixel 6 Pro is the company’s first phone to run on Google’s own silicon, not Qualcomm’s Snapdragon chipset. The chipset here is called Google Tensor. The thinking behind Tensor is a processor designed and built by Google itself that can be better optimized to work with the company’s phone hardware and software for a better all-round experience. And the good news is that this chip is very powerful, if not the most powerful on the market.

In benchmarking, the Pixel 6 Pro returned an average multi-core score in Geekbench 5 of 2760. That’s a score behind the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra’s 3440, the OnePlus 9 Pro’s 3685, and the iPhone 13 Pro Max’s 4549. Benchmarking isn’t necessarily reflective of real-world usage though, and we found the phone to be capable of running all apps and games just fine.


The Google Pixel 6 Pro is a great rear camera that we found very useful in many cases. Its main sensor is very good, the telephoto lens is strong, and it has interesting new software features. Other than that, it has one of the best screens you’ll find on a smartphone, which for some might be reason enough to buy this handset.

Source: Techradar


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