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Not only does Google focus on a lot of high-end specs in its new top model, but it also integrates its in-house Tensor chipset for the first time.

Furthermore, there’s once again a Pro variant available alongside the Pixel 6. The latter is a bit bigger than our test device, has a 120 Hz panel with narrower bezels and a higher resolution, more RAM, a larger battery, and an additional zoom lens (48 MP, 4x zoom).

The Pixel 6 is equipped with 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of internal storage; an expansion via a microSD card remains unavailable.

A brand-new dual-camera setup is found on the back, and the battery has a capacity of 4,614 mAh.


In terms of price, the Google smartphone starts at an MSRP of $599.

The Pro model is available starting at $899 in the 128 GB version, and it’s alternatively also available with 256 GB for $999.


If you own a Google Pixel 5, you’ll be surprised at how heavy the new Pixel 6 has become. It weighs 207 grams, which is 56 grams more than the predecessor.

This is mostly due to the larger dimensions, the bigger battery, and the glass on the front and back. The glass on both sides is Corning Gorilla Glass Victus.

The cameras on the back are also eye-catching. The thick camera hump protrudes by an impressive 2.85 millimeters, but it keeps the Pixel 6 stable on flat surfaces. There’s no room for criticism in terms of build quality.

The matte metal frame isn’t susceptible to fingerprints, but this isn’t the case for the glass. The gap dimensions are tight and even, and the Google smartphone leaves a very sturdy impression when it comes to twisting attempts.

The SIM slot’s cover sits flush with the frame. Both plastic and metal are used for the card slot, which looks sufficiently stable and can hold a nano SIM card.

The Pixel 6 is IP68 certified and therefore resistant to dust and water. The phone is available in Stormy Black, Sorta Seafoam, and Kinda Coral, the latter being our review sample.

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