Google Pixel 6 Pro in for review

One of the most anticipated smartphones of the year – Pixel 6 Pro – was officially unveiled earlier last week, and we have received one for review in the Stormy Black color. However, there are two more options to choose from – Cloudy White and Sorta Sunny.

Google Pixel 6 Pro’s retail package includes a USB-C cable, a quick switch adapter, a SIM ejector tool, some documents and that’s it. Google followed in Apple’s footsteps and removed the power adapter from the retail package.

That said, the Pixel 6 Pro is powered by Google’s homemade Tensor chip, which is one of the main features of the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro. SoC is paired with 12 GB LPDDR5 RAM and you have the option to purchase the smartphone with 256 GB or 512 GB UFS 3.1 storage space.

Pixel 6 Pro runs Android 12 out of the box and promises three years of Android version updates and at least five years of security updates.

The smartphone is built around a 6.7 “curved LTPO OLED display with a resolution of 3,120×1,440 pixels and a refresh rate of 120 Hz. The panel is protected with Gorilla Glass Victus and has a hole in the middle for 11.1 MP- There is also a fingerprint scanner downstairs for unlocking the phone without a password.

Google Pixel 6 Pro in for review

The back of the Pixel 6 Pro is quite exciting. There is a horizontal “bar” that spans the width of the phone, which reminds us of the Nexus 6P. It houses an LED flash, a pair of sensors and three cameras – 50MP primary (with OIS), 48MP telephoto and 12MP ultrawide.

Camera features on the Pixel 6 Pro include Face Unblur, Motion Mode, Real Tone and Magic Eraser. The latter helps you remove background objects from your photos.

Google Pixel 6 Pro in for review

The Google Pixel 6 Pro comes with a 5,000 mAh battery with 30W wired and 23W wireless charging support. It can also be used to charge other devices wirelessly.

If you do not happen to have a compatible 30W + PD adapter, you can buy one from the Google Store, which is advertised to charge the Pixel 6 Pro battery from flat to 50% in about 30 minutes. We will of course test it ourselves with the rest of the Pixel 6 Pro’s features, so stay tuned for our full review.


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