- Ki Cost-effective Score8.3
- Kimovil reviewPros
- Camera quality
- Operating system
- Charging Speed
- 178 g71.8 mm152.2 mm8.7 mm
- Tensor Octa-Core 6 GB RAM 128 GB
- v10 827.053
- 4410 mAh
- 1 12 Mpx · ƒ/1.7 IMX363 Exmor RS 2SELF 8 Mpx · ƒ/2.0
- Android 14 Upside-down cake Android 14
Design & Materials
Performance & Hardware
- 2%Less than half day
- 12%Less than a day
- 39%One day
- 39%More than one day
- 7%Two days or more
- 54%It comes with a clean operating system
- 37%It has preinstalled apps but they don't bother me
- 10%It has preinstalled apps that I can't uninstall
- 0%Once a year
- 18%Every six months
- 83%Every two months or less
- It Is A Good Phone But With Costs
Battery- It will drain quite quickly and If You Use Your Phone For 4 Or More hours, You Might Have To Charge It By Midday
Camera- Very Good, No Bad Experience
Network- It Is Not A Very Good Experience Here As It Tends To Not Allow You To Use Chrome Despite Having 5 Full Signal Bars
Software- Very Clean Software With No Bloatware
Overall- It Is A Very Good All Rounder Phone With A Few Disadvantages. Look Past Them And It Isn't A Problem At AllPros
- Clean Software
- Updates Come Frequently
- Overall Experience
- 60 Hz Refresh Rate
- Not Very Good Mobile Singal
- Does Not Have A Good Battery Life
- Thanks Google!
Awesome phone! Finally a great phone I can afford.
Camera is really good for this price. Pixel UI is the best Only issue was fingerprint was so frustrating, but after March update its seamless now.Pros
- Pixel UI
- a huge disappointement. I do not recommend
I have the pixel 2 xl, and bought this pixel 6A because I wanted a small phone. The first 2 things I notice is the horrible screen quality. It's a cheap oled. The colors are dull and there is no punchy collors. It's like an LCD. I had other 1080P lcd screens which were better than this pixel 6a screen. I couldn't use it so long.
Second and most importanatly, the camera is a huge downgrade. I compared it to the pixel 2 xl and the latter has much details and contrast. Overall, the pixel 2 xl has a better camera, especially the selfie.
I prefer to use my pixel 2 XL over this pixel 6A because of the screen and the camera. The pixel 5A 5G is definitly better than this pixel 6A.Pros
- battery life
- horrible dull screen
- Camera a step down from pixel 2 xl
- Build quality
- Sluggish charging speed at least 2 hours
- Solid option for 300dlls (even 400dlls)
Usually last about 45-53hrs, with 8-9hrs of SOT (I don't play games, just videos and social media), the connectivity in my case its similar to mi mix 2s, and better than the S10e. The display is meh compared to the s10e or A52, but has good enough brightness for using it in direct sunlight. The pixel features aren't as much as (for example) what samsung or xiaomi have, but they are super useful, magic eraser, the nightmode its really good for a phone, live transcription works decently, voice typing is REAALLY useful when you need it and works really well, etc.
The fingerprint works 9/10 times, but its downgrade having to tap the screen and then press the fingerprint reader, rather than just tapping the fingerprint reader and unlocking the phone.
Compared to my mix 2s (with pixel rom) and S10e, the time it takes the pixel to restart is like 1/3 of samsung, and the camera is just WAAAY better, the audio is better and a little bit louder than the S10e, the apps open WAY faster in the pixel, like you can notice it when you switch phones.
I recommend not using back ups and setting the phone up like it was your first one, I haven't experienced overheating (although I don't use a case so maybe that's why) issues, so maybe that's one of the reasons for which I have had a great experience.
IMO the vibration its kinda strong, so I usually use it to the minimum (except for notifications). The flash its okay.
I think if you use airplane mode and just connect to WiFi you can get 10-13 hours of SOT as some people get, but thats because cellular data REALLY drains the battery compared to WiFi, I don't know if Bluetooth has the same problem, but definitely not as bad as cellular data. Using airplane mode with WiFi ON, and using WiFi without airplane can make the difference between 7-8 SOT and 9-11 SOT.
In general, I recommend the phone for anyone that doesn't game and likes a clean/simple android experience with nice to haves.Pros
- Battery (around 45hrs with 8.5 SOT)
- Apps open quickly
- Pixel features (magic eraser, live caption, etc.)
- Display (compared to other options like the A52)
- Doesn't come with a charger
- Weight (feels heavy)
- Need to tap screen to use the fingerprint reader
- Sometimes the notifications take time
- Cellular data drains the battery quickly
- Rubbish fingerprint wrecks the phone
This phone is like having keys to a new apartment, but the keys don't fit the lock and you can't get in properly. It's a fantastic place, but worthless unless you can get in every time. Looks like the P7 resolves the issues so hold out for the P7aPros
- Fast and fluid
- Good cams
- Good battery life
- Good build (back scratches tho)
- Totally utterly shite FPS
- Not worth £399
- No face unlock
- Screen too small for mediafor me
- Ok for daily work
The Google Pixel 6a is a good smartphone. Captivating design, good battery, interesting UI (quick android stock).
The photos are good, but the night mode is a 4/10.
Google updates its Pixels every month for the security and for 5 years after they drop them in the market, so this is an excellent news for Android users like me.
Sometimes the Google Cam has bugs and it can seem a little slow when saving photos in the gallery.
Gaming is ok, even the social networks like Facebook, TikTok, Instagram etc.
Oh, even the weight is excellent!Pros
- Android stock UI
- AutoPixel, Android purity and great quality
The Pixel 6A is an EXCELLENT mobile, for example if you are an Apple user let's say that you will find that purity, that quality in Google phones, the other brands are derivatives of Android that will never achieve what Google and Apple have . Excellent camera, fluidity, pure Android, security (thanks to its dedicated Titan M2 chip), constant updates for at least 5 years. For what it costs, it beats many phones from Chinese giants that cost twice as much. Yes, there are some buts, and you can see where these "A" series are cut compared to their older brothers, for example the chassis is made of aluminum but with a plastic cover and it does not have wireless charging. That is if it has the same Google Tensor processor as the 6th generation range, which is very fine and has advanced AI functions. I bought it when the patch that fixed the overheating had already been released, so with the latest updates, 0 problems of that type. The fingerprint leaves something to be desired, if you don't have the sensor part very clean it is difficult to detect.Pros
- pure android
- Oled screen
- fingerprint sensor
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