It is almost at the end of the year, and you are thinking of upgrading your android smartphone to an even better one? Maybe you could consider Google Pixel 6 or Google Pixel 6 Pro as one of your day-to-day smartphone.
After months of teasers and rumours, the Google Pixel 6 and Google Pixel 6 pro has finally been launched on the 28th of October. Fans of the Google Pixel will rejoice to know that this year’s model has a few features that could make it a stiff competition for their rivals like the Apple’s iPhone 13.
However, Google seems like they are adapting the same method as Apple’s by releasing two versions of the flagship smartphone. The two versions of the newest smartphone models will offer different kind of specifications when it comes to the devices screen size, the screen resolution, and the battery life.
The two new devices come in different type of display, for the Google Pixel 6 Pro it uses the low temperature polycrystalline oxide (LTPO) AMOLED, 120Hz, HDR10+ while the Google Pixel 6 only uses the AMOLED, 90Hz, HDR10+. Besides that, users of Pixel 6 pro will have the 6.71-inch display while the Pixel 6 will come a bit short which is only 6.4-inch display.
Furthermore, in terms of screen resolution the Pixel 6 Pro has 1440 x 3120 pixels, 19.5:9 ratio (~512 ppi density) which has a more clarity of text and images on display. On the other hand, the Pixel 6 has 1080 x 2400 pixels, 20:9 ratio (~411 ppi density) which is good but not as great as the Pixel 6 Pro.
However, the only problem with the two-flagship device is that both have shorter battery life as compared to their rivals such as Apple and Samsung. Based on research done by GameRant, the Pixel 6 Pro has a battery lifespan of 7 hours and 53 minutes as compared to Pixel 6 which fared a little better by having a battery lifespan of 8 hours and 13 minutes.
Google Pixel New Feature “Magic Eraser”
One of the interesting features is something Google called the “Magic Eraser” in the phones camera. This uses the machine-learning features in the Google’s brand new “Tensor” processor to eliminate people who have accidentally “photobombed” their way into your otherwise perfect photos.
For example, if you take a photo and somebody was accidentally caught in the image as well, the camera’s photo editing software can automatically identify that person in the image and remove them with a single tap of your finger on the screen. The software will also fill the void that’s left behind with what it figures would have been the background.
Besides that, the Magic Eraser can be used to remove objects, simply by running your finger over the item that you don’t want to be in your photo. This method could be used to remove humans as well if the Magic Eraser fails to spot the people that needs to be pulled out from the image.
At the end of the day, it depends on your preference on what specifications you want on your smartphone because everyone would have their own taste in what they want to have in their devices.
So would you want the Pixel 6 or the Pixel 6 pro? Comment below.
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