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The speakers are stereo next to the screen, and while they don’t sound as rich as the iPhone 13 Pro drivers, they’re still good and powerful. Like most high-end phones today, there is no headphone jack, MicroSD card slot, or charging adapter in the box, but has wireless charging, quick wired charging, 5G, Wi-Fi 6E, and water resistance. All parts of the marquee are here.
I am happy to say that the day-to-day making of the Tensor chip has been very well done. I haven’t seen any slowdowns or sluggishness launching and switching between apps, and if it helps for reference, put a little behind the benchmark tests The Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra.
I’ve just met with resistance to the most graphic demanding game I can think of, Genshin Effect. I had to drop the graphics settings to mubu to play it at almost 60 frames per second (medium at 30 fps). the iPhone 13 Pro Max there’s a problem with the same title and needs some tweaking in the settings as well, but Apple’s top-end phone is definitely more powerful than the Pixel, and the gameplay isn’t As choppy Most of the games I’ve tried, like Pokémon integration, Hyperburner, ug Dead Trigger 2, everything runs flawlessly on the Pixels.
I just have some gripe. Most importantly, the fingerprint sensor: The physical, capacitive sensor on the back of the phone is gone, and now biometric authentication is handled by a fingerprint sensor built into the screen. Not very good. Sometimes it will open on the first try, but most of the time you have to tap your finger twice. I’ve also rarely noticed some choppiness on specific Twitter, but that’s not always the cause. Usually, the phone scrolls very fast.
Then there’s the OLED screen. It can be read on the outside, but it cannot be retrieved As bright as competing flagpoles, so you can find yourself flying on daylight days. Likewise, the Pixel 6 is 6.4 inches and the Pixel 6 Pro 6.7 inches, but they feel the same because the latter has smaller bezels and curved glass edges, which enhances the real estate of the display. That’s fine and good if you’re a fan of a lot of big screen phones, but it would be nice to have a noticeable little Pixel.
Google phones always get very good photos. But the hardware hasn’t changed in years, and competitors have been allowed to sail ahead of the Pixel in terms of picture quality. Things are different now that the Pixel camera has finally gotten a big fix. Both new models have a 50-megapixel main camera with a large sensor joined by a 12-megapixel ultrawide. The Pro adds its own 4X optical zoom telephoto for a versatile triple-camera array and optical image stabilization to all of its lenses.
I took over 300 photos in the last two weeks in an effort to compare photos from these two Pixels against their predecessors and competitors like the iPhone 13 Pro Max and Galaxy S21 Ultra. It’s hard to say that the Pixels the best camera phones around, simply because they compete with the iPhone 13 Pro for that top spot. There were times when the iPhone pulled forward and times when the Pixel came out high.