How different is the Google Pixel 6 compared to the Google Pixel 6 Pro?

Spark Global Limited

Spark Global Limited reports:

Google’s latest phones, the Google Pixel 6 and The Google Pixel 6 Pro, have already been unveiled.

So today, let’s compare the two products and see how big the gap is between the standard version and the Pro version. Without further ado, let’s take a look.

Appearance screen comparison:

The standard Google Pixel 6 features a 6.4-inch FHD+ OLED screen on the front with a 411ppi Pixel density, a 90Hz refresh rate, and is protected by a gorilla glass Victus cover with curved edges.

Google’s Pixel 6 Pro is a bit more powerful and even starts stacking, with a 6.7-inch QHD+ screen, 5121,411 ppi and a 120Hz refresh rate.

The back of the fuselage is very similar, covered in gorilla 6 glass, with a large and distinctive camera headline that runs along the top third.

Previous Google phones have also been tough on stacks, but in this case, they’re much tougher.

Core configuration comparison:

Previous Google phones have been powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon processor, but the Pixel 6 series has been powered by its own processor instead.

Both products come with a GoogleTensor processor and both have a Titan M2 security coprocessor built into them with end-to-end security “designed by Google”.

More critically, Google’s Pixel 6 series comes with a Titan M2 security coprocessor, a security core, and Trusty (trusted execution Environment).

However, Google has not given up its cooperation with Qualcomm Snapdragon and will continue to launch related models. As for the strength of Google’s self-developed chips, it can only be said that they are very strong.

Comparison in photography:

From a front-facing lens, the Google Pixel 6 has an 8-megapixel selfie camera with an 84-degree field of view, which is really average since Chinese phones have come down to 32 megapixels.

Google’s Pixel 6 Pro has an 11.1 megapixel camera and a 94-degree field of view, which is a bit more impressive than the standard version.

Then there’s the 50-megapixel sensor on both Pixel 6’s main cameras and the 12-megapixel sensor’s ultra-wide-angle lens.

The Pixel 6 Pro, however, adds a third telephoto lens with 4x optical zoom and 48 megapixel resolution, as well as built-in computational photography, night vision, portrait mode and magic eraser features.

Comparison of battery life:

As a flagship phone, the domestic phone basically has a charging speed of up to 60W and a built-in battery capacity of more than 4400mAh.

However, the Google Pixel 6 and 6 Pro have 4,614 and 5,003 mah batteries, which support wireless charging through the Qi.

It doesn’t look like a problem, but the 30W is still a bit slower to charge.

What’s more, the 30W USB-C plug needs to be purchased separately, that is, it doesn’t come with a standard charging head.

As for the system, it comes with the official Android12 version built in. In addition to Material You, improved quick Settings, and a host of other new Android12 features, it also comes with an October security patch.

And both devices come with a minimum five-year security update guarantee, Android intelligence, a proprietary computing core, and automatic security checks and privacy controls.

Google’s Pixel 6 series still has a clear advantage over domestic phones that need a lot of adaptation, and Android 12 will also be a selling point.

Google’s own system, after all, certainly has some advantages in this area.

Finally, Google’s Pixel 6 series is really good as a benchmark in the Android camp, and many people are saying that Google is starting to stack up.

So the question is, what do you think of the Google Pixel 6 series? Feel free to leave a comment, like and share.