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Performance & Hardware
- 5%Less than half day
- 14%Less than a day
- 50%One day
- 32%More than one day
- 0%Two days or more
- 55%It comes with a clean operating system
- 41%It has preinstalled apps but they don't bother me
- 5%It has preinstalled apps that I can't uninstall
- 0%Once a year
- 5%Every six months
- 95%Every two months or less
- Some flaw, but very powerful and great cameraPros
- Powerful hardware
- Stock built
- Great camera
- No fast charge
- Sketchy fingerprint reader -improved after updates
- Overheating is a problem in car during summer
- Thi version of gorilla glass easily gets scratches
- (Not durable original cover)
- The best android phone on the market!
The phone is unique, maybe the best! This is the perfect phone! The camera is the best! An incredible pleasure to use! A beast phone that you've wanted for a long time! Stay healthy Pixel fans, enjoy your phone!
- A phone I can count on!
I've had this phone since December 2021 and I've been an Android user for years, though I came from an iPhone 11 which I was pretty meh about. The Pixel 6 Pro is quite a nice phone in many ways. The screen is gorgeous and is very vivid and bright. The cameras are second to none, and I honestly was upset at how selfies on this phone are so detailed it captures my blemishes so clearly. Pictures are good when you first take them but Google's software magic really makes them great. Also, the software experience is a pleasure to use, and having features like Hold For Me is amazing since I no longer have to listen to glitchy hold music. Battery life is good, not exceptional but certainly enough to get through the day. People seem to be annoyed with the fingerprint scanner but it's not very bothersome to me. It doesn't recognize my finger sometimes but it usually takes one or two tries, nothing to get frustrated about. Cell reception is great, and I'm surprised I get 5G in my neighborhood in the middle of nowhere Pennsylvania.
Overall, this phone is quite a pleasure to use, and while the hardware alone is awesome, Google's software puts the cherry on top.Pros
- Outstanding cameras
- Beautiful screen
- Smooth and polished software experience
- Good battery life
- Google-specific features are super useful
- Fingerprint scanner is a little finicky but still works well
- giorgio-niktak-620bd5b05ced6Google Pixel 6 ProGlobal · 12GB · 128GB11 months ago
- AutoLE PHOTOPHONE 2021/2022 Made In Google - but a phone that will keep its love of bugs on its longevity...
A good traveling companion - especially for taking pictures in concert! The original design that I A-DO-Re at the start but which over time makes me regret the simplicity of the back - with problems on wireless supports in certain positions (poor contact on the connector and the back which is raised) ... The very clean Google OS - clean and colorful with a good level of customization. A problem becomes recurring - close to the remaining 40 GB on the 128GB phone - many applications start to freeze and crash without explanation... I even have the impossibility of playing video content on Twitter / Instagram etc. The problem is "corrected" by restarting the device but hey... Same for the alarm which refuses to ring in the morning - which only vibrates the phone a few times... Same for the bottom speaker - which stopped once - but came back after turning off and restarting the phone. Small bugs were also present on purchase but corrected by good software monitoring at Google! In short - Google knows how to make good innovative products with a "wow!" effect. BUT does not know how to follow them in the long term. I don't regret my experience - with the American giant - but the choice of a return to Samsung in 2023 will surely refer to its appearance for the S23 Ultra.Pros
- The "Google Touch" - you quickly learn to love it!
- The photophone - Zoom & Night - divine happiness
- The presence of Spotify in alarm on the sound side - TOP
- The design we love but...
- Its fairly satisfactory software monitoring
- A pityful charger... 22W in 2022...
- Software bugs on a phone released at 900€
- Heating too quickly - a hot water bottle in a heat wave
- ... which quickly shows these practical limits!
- The lack of Dolby Atmos - too bad!
- AutoProbably Monday device and unreasonable support
I received the mobile phone and was surprised at first about the weak battery performance and the strong heat development. After 8 days I noticed a crack across the entire screen without dropping the device. Google didn't want to cover the damage under warranty, so I bit the bullet and paid €250 for the repair since I depend on a cell phone. The battery damage should also supposedly have been fixed. When the device arrived again, I noticed continued poor battery performance (had to recharge it in the afternoon to get through the day). After a few days, a chipped corner reappeared on the display. Again, Google doesn't want to make any guarantees. The service really does everything to alienate its customers. All my previous phones have had no screen damage after every two years of use, so I would describe myself as very careful with phones...Pros
- The camera
- battery pack
- customer service
- AutoAwesome with just one big flaw
In short, the Google Pixel 6 Pro is a more than solid smartphone. With a more than satisfactory camera, you can take incredibly good photos, almost at a professional level. The sound of the stereo speakers is absolutely high-end quality and far surpasses that of Apple or Samsung. One of my big points of criticism is the battery and Google's own tensor chip, which unfortunately consumes far too much power and therefore ensures that even a 5000 mAh battery makes it through the day and sometimes even has to be charged in between.Pros
- IP certificate
- battery pack
- AutoDoes not meet expectations, absolute disappointment
7/8/22 The phone is very smooth and has an excellent screen and sound. I like the google assistant feature that answers calls for you. But it can't compete with the best on the market. The recording of the front camera makes noise and makes very rare changes in the white balance, jumping abruptly from a yellowish hue to a much paler one. When sunlight hits the rear camera lens directly, strange reflections appear. The audio recorder app doesn't allow to rename the recorded files besides only doing the English transcription function. Instant subtitles take too long to appear and there are very few languages available, making it an almost useless feature. The construction of the sound and unlock buttons can be improved, they dance a bit. And the phone's built-in video editing app doesn't allow you to slow down clips. Google Photos still has a long way to go. There is no way to display all of your phone's media files in one folder. I'm a user who likes to use on-screen buttons instead of gestures, and with this option enabled I've had trouble switching between apps. I have tried increasing the buffer size in the developer options and have noticed some improvement. The camera badly needs a pro mode where more parameters can be tweaked, it's a tremendous waste of potential. Screen recording is still unable to properly capture device audio. And still to this day I have been unable to make its internal memory along with its file system appear on my windows computer (I mean connecting it via USB) (and I have not had this problem with any other android). In short, it doesn't measure up. If you are looking for a round experience like me, you better buy a ball, or rather a golden ball, which is much more in line with the price of this terminal.Pros
- rear camera video
- device fluency
- Graves of scandal
- splendid screen
- Careful and original design
- Enhanced sound feature
- All mentioned previously
- unbearable overheating
- Dire Signal Strength
- More errors not mentioned
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- 8.5 Design & Materials
- 8.0 Performance & Hardware
- 9.3 Camera
- 9.1 Connectivity
- 8.4 Battery
In this case, to determine the score we evaluate 5 general aspects:
- Design and screen
- Hardware and performance
Once these 5 factors have been rated, we introduce the price variable. This means that any two devices with the same ratings get a different Ki score for quality vs price.
Even a device objectively worse than another may have a higher Ki score if it has a better price.
The Ki varies as time goes by. As new devices with better specifications enter the market the Ki score of older devices will go down, always being compensated of their decrease in price.