The Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro, fully revamped Google phones, have arrived. Both phones are fast, smart, safe, and built to adapt to you. Google Tensor, which is Google’s first-ever processor powers the phones. The Pixel 6 is an excellent all-around phone that starts at $599. If you want all the advanced features and enhanced finishes, the Pixel 6 Pro, which starts at $899, is the phone for you. Google Tensor, a mobile system on a chip created particularly for Google’s industry-leading AI, is powering the new Pixel lineup.
Design that stands out:
This year, Pixel features a stunning new design with a uniform look across the software on the inside and the hardware on the outside. The Camera bar is the first thing you will notice, giving the phone a sleek, symmetrical design that places the camera front and center. Pixel 6 features a distinct graphic and vivid appearance. The matte black metal band contrasts nicely with the expressive, diverse color possibilities. It has a polished metal unibody that transitions into stunning curved glass in complementary hues to the metallic frames.
Pixel 6 with Android 12:
The Android 12 can adapt to you, is secure by default, and is private. And Android 12 looks particularly great on the Pixel 6. When you select a wallpaper, your entire UI will be updated to reflect your selection. Everything will be more responsive and fluid. At a glance, which appears on the home and lock screens, has a new look and some new features. You will find what you need, when you need it, like your boarding pass on the day of your flight or numbers from your most recent workout, right here.
And, once again, the Pixel 6 is the most secure phone. It contains the next-generation Titan M2TM, which collaborates with the Tensor security core to safeguard your sensitive user data, PINs, and passwords.
The cameras on the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro are the most advanced we have ever created. From the hardware to Pixel’s groundbreaking computational photography, the entire camera experience has been upgraded.
On the back of the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro is a new 1/1.3 inch sensor. This primary sensor now collects up to 150 percent more light, resulting in photographs and videos with better detail and richer color. Both phones also boast brand-new ultrawide lenses with bigger sensors, so images look excellent.
The Pixel 6 Pro includes an incredible lens with 4x optical zoom and up to 20x zoom with an enhanced version of Pixel’s Super Res Zoom. A new ultra-wide front camera with 4K video recording is also included. Snapchat’s new ultra-wide selfie function makes use of the wider front camera.
In addition, the new Quick Tap to Snap functionality will be exclusive to the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro later this year for rapid Snapchat access. Distractions in your images vanish with the Magic Eraser, just like that. Remove strangers and undesired things from Google Photos with just a few touches.
Motion Mode includes options such as Action Pan and Long Exposure that add movement to your images. You can use Action Pan to capture images of your children riding their scooters or performing wild skating skills against a trendy blurred background. Create amazing long-exposure photographs of moving subjects, such as waterfalls or colorful cities.
Proper Tone is another big development in photography across Pixel and Google Photos. Cameras have been developed for decades to capture light skin, a bias that has crept into many of our modern digital photography devices and algorithms.
The new phones include models that can understand speech and languages more appropriately, which can help with day-to-day chores. For example, you can now use assistant voice typing in messages, Gmail, and other apps to swiftly type, change, and send messages. Allow Google Assistant to assist you with punctuation, errors, emoji inserting, and message sending. You might wonder if you have time to call a business right now or if you should call later to avoid waiting on hold.
Wait for Times and Direct My Call, which are now available in the United States and in English, make that selection easier: You will see the current and predicted hour-by-hour Wait Times for the rest of the week before you even dial a toll-free company number. When you call the company, Direct My Call will help you get to the correct person. Google Assistant, which is powered by Duplex technology, transcribes the automated message and menu alternatives for you in real-time and displays them on your screen for you to view and tap.
Finally, Live translate allows you to communicate in a variety of languages, including English, French, German, Italian, and Japanese. It works by identifying whether a message in your messaging apps, such as WhatsApp or Snapchat, is in a language other than your own and, if so, immediately offers you a translation. All of this identification and processing occurs totally on-device within Private Computer Core, ensuring that no data ever leaves the device and that it works even when there is no network connectivity.
You will also be able to take turns translating what is spoken in up to 48 languages thanks to supporting for Interpreter mode. Activate the Assistant and instruct it to “Be my interpreter”. Another advantage of activating Quick phrases is that when you receive an incoming call, you can simply say “accept” or “decline” instead of saying “Hey Google” every time. Alarms and timers can also be set to “stop” and “snooze.”
Price and availability:
Pre-order the new Pixel 6 today, which starts at $599 and goes up to $899 for the Pixel 6 Pro. Starting on October 28, the phones will be sold in stores with all major U.S. carriers.