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All You Need To Know About Google Pixel 6

All You Need To Know About Google Pixel 6

All You Need To About Google Pixel 6

Back in Oct'21 tech giant, Google launched their all-new Google Pixel 6 series of smartphones. The series comprises two smartphones, Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro with a starting price of $599 (roughly Rs 45,000) for Pixel 6 and $899 (roughly Rs 67,500) for Pixel 6 Pro in the US (United States). But sadly, these smartphones are not coming to India. In fact, Google has just stopped launching its Pixel devices in India. 

Anyway, we're here to know the features and specifications of the Google Pixel 6, so let's move on. Firstly, the Pixel 6 is a pretty powerful and special smartphone and you can call this one a flagship smartphone offered by Google. And for starters Pixel 6 features an all-new aluminum frame design, a pretty powerful advanced camera system, an IP68 rating, a high refresh rate (90Hz) AMOLED screen, and an in-display fingerprint sensor. And but obvious the display is HDR10+ certified.

Pixel 6 Features/Specifications

Secondly and most probably the biggest highlights or you can say the main selling point of the Pixel series is the use of Google's own designed and developed 'Tensor' SoC. Pixel 6 draws its power from an octa-core Tensor chip with an integrated 20-core ARM Mali-G78 MP20 GPU, a dedicated TPU (Tensor Processing Unit) machine learning engine. Besides this, the new Tensor chipset is combined with a dedicated security chip, Titan M2 which provides the best threat protection in any android device you can get now. The Google Tensor chip is fabricated on a 5-nanometer process node and the architecture of the chipset is as follows- two high-performance ARM Cortex-X1 cores clocked @ 2.8GHz, two midrange performance ARM Cortex A-76 cores clocked @ 2.25GHz and four efficiency ARM Cortex A-55 cores clocked at @ 1.8GHz.

Other features include a 6.4-inch 90Hz AMOLED display with a resolution of (1080*2400) pixels at a pixel density of 411 PPI. The display is HDR10+ certified. It comes with Android 12 out of the box with 8GB of RAM across all variants. And 128GB or 256GB storage options to choose from. The storage used in the Pixel series is UFS 3.1 (latest and fastest). Gorilla Glass Victus is used for the protection of the display. The back panel is made up of glass and Gorilla Glass 6 is used for protection.

Pixel 6 Cameras 

As far as the cameras are concerned the Pixel 6 boasts a dual-camera setup. A 50-megapixel primary Samsung GN1 sensor with an aperture of f/1.85. And the second sensor is a 12-megapixel Sony IMX 386 ultra-wide sensor with an f/2.2 aperture. For selfies, Google Pixel 6 is relying on an 8-megapixel sensor with an f/2.0 aperture. Apart from all this hardware stuff, Google also adds some pretty cool new software features. These are - 

Magic Eraser (to remove unwanted elements from the picture)

Face Unblur (to nullify blur effect from faces)

Real Tone (for capturing more real-life skin colors)

Motion Mode (for capturing better still images while in action/motion)

Connectivity Options 

And if we talk about connectivity, Google Pixel 6 ticks all boxes. Google Pixel 6 includes dual-band Wi-Fi 6e, Bluetooth V5.2, USB Type-C 3.1, Dual-band A-GPS & Glonass, 5G NR (Sub- 6GHz). You'll get all the sensors like - In-display fingerprint sensor, Gyro, Proximity, Accelerometer, Compass, and Barometer. Google Pixel 6 packs a 4614mAh Li-Ion battery with support for 30W fast wired and 21W fast wireless charging. The Google Pixel 6 measures 158.6×74.8×8.9mm and weighs around 207 grams. The Pixel 6 launched in Sorta Seafoam, Kinda Coral, and Stormy Black color options.

Conclusion 

So that's it, folks this is all you need to know about Google Pixel 6 if you are planning to buy a new flagship smartphone. And lastly, I hope this article will help you to find your next smartphone. And if you liked then share it with your family and friends. And if I forgot to mention something about Pixel 6 then let me know in the comment section. 



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