Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro: Blink And You’ll Miss it

Google has set a new standard again. Their previous gadgets weren’t considered anywhere near their competitors, but Google has stepped up their game.

On October 19th, 2021, Google launched Google Pixel 6 and Google Pixel 6 Pro. These two devices which are an upgrade of phones overall, and of itself. Previously, Google had released Pixel 4a and others, but none of them hit the mark like these two do.

With their unique outer design, they’re almost the same. The Pro, obviously, is an upgrade. But let’s look into both of them.

Google Pixel 6

This phone has the baseline rate of INR 44,990. It has 6.4 inches of display and it comes with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage. Google’s new processor Google Tensor has been equipped in this. It has 2.8GHz Octa-core processor.

Pixel 6 has 50MP primary camera and 12MP ultra wide camera. The picture output quality is good in this, with enough colour saturation and proper exposure. It’s not just the cameras, though. There are many in-built features for the cameras in Pixel 6. Like the

that removes unwanted subjects in the photo. And 4X zoom quality.

It needs a wireless charger, which needs to be bought separately. There is no headphone jack in this model.

With the new processor, the phone works smoothly. It doesn’t overheat, and colour output of the phone is great too. However, this provides only 90Hz of refresh rate.

Google Pixel 6 has IP68 water and dust resistance.

Videos taken in this phone don’t have stability. The mic works better and the background noise can be deleted. Saturation increases in the footage. This is the case in both phones.

There is no facial recognition in both phones as well. Only fingerprint biometric lock can be set.

Google Pixel 6 Pro

The upgrades in the phone are subtle. They’re visible mostly while comparing both phones head-to-head. The ‘upgrade’ version is expensive. It stands at INR64,490 currently, but Google seems to have justified their rates.

Google Pixel 6 Pro has 6.7inches display, and it comes with 12GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage. The phone has curved display as well, which might be a problem to some people.

Here, the primary is the same 50MP and ultra wide camera is 11MP. However, the upgraded phone has 48MP Telephoto camera. The picture quality of the third camera is much better than the other two, along with the Pixel 6 too. Both phones capture good pictures, even in low-light. Pixel 6 Pro is just a little better.

The refresh rate is 120Hz in Pixel 6 Pro. There’s a C-Type headphone jack in this phone. It also provides IP68 water and dust resistance. And this phone, too, has wireless charging.

Battery life of both phones are great. Google advertised that they charge up to 50% in 30 minutes.

Google has also announced that both phones will get up to 5 years of support.


Google Pixel 6 and Google Pixel 6 Pro are great high-end phones. It’s a great enter into the flagship market, with better price range from their competitors. They’re an almost perfect mobiles for the right people.

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