Google Pixel 6 Pro review
Google Pixel 6 Pro features a highlighted Tensor Octa-core SoC along with 12GB RAM & 128GB inbuilt storage, a big 5003mAh battery alongside wireless and fast charging support, a 6.7-inch OLED screen with Gorilla Glass Victus protection, an In-display fingerprint scanner, etc.
The smartphone is fitted with a 6.7-inch OLED screen with a punch-hole notch. You get an HDR 10+ feature and a 120Hz of refresh rate that promises better picture quality and smooth touch interaction. Also, the display has a resolution of 1440x3120px and 512ppi. Besides, the panel comes protected with a layer of Gorilla Glass Victus.
The smartphone is driven by a 5nm process Google Tensor SoC with an Octa-core processor. You get ample 12GB RAM for multitasking whereas a Mali-G78 MP20 GPU takes care of the graphic demands. As for the software, the phone runs on the fully re-designed Android v12 operating system. Besides, you get an in-display fingerprint scanner and face recognition for security unlocks.
Google Pixel 6 Pro carries triple rear cameras on a vertical bump with an LED flash. As for photography, you get a 50MP primary camera, a 48MP Telephoto sensor, and a 12MP Ultra wide sensor with a 114˚ viewing angle. On the front side of the phone, there’s an 11.1MP Ultra-wide camera for better group selfies.
Google Pixel 6 Pro brings a big 5,003mAh Li-Po battery under the hood. The phone supports a 23W fast wireless charging and has a 30W fast charger that offers 50% of charge in just 30-minutes. Also, you get a reverse charging feature that allows you to charge other devices via a USB cable.