6 things you need to know before you buy it (video)

The Google Pixel 6 Pro has arrived in the newsroom. In anticipation of our comprehensive review, we’ll actually discuss six things we noticed during the early days of use. They are things you should know before you buy them.

Google Pixel 6 Pro

I have Pixel 6 Pro I had two full days at the time of writing this report. As we work on the review, we’ll be tipping you off six things you noticed right away. They are usually design related and you can see them in this YouTube Short.

Can’t use those speakers or earbuds for a while? We also list the six points below.

1. Big and Angle

The Pixel 6 Pro has a 6.71-inch screen. Not only does this make it much larger than the Pixel 5, but it also has a very angular design. I can imagine that design is not for everyone, but that’s why there is also a normal design Pixel 6.

2. End on the back

At the time, Google still opted for matte glass with the Pixel 3 series. You had a slightly larger grip in your hand and fingerprints were barely visible. The end of the Pixel 6 series is quite the opposite.

3. About the battery

It’s just an early finding, but the Pixel 6 Pro and its 5,000mAh battery stayed around 30 percent at the end of the day. It was used between 9:00 AM and 11:00 PM. It really gives the impression that the phone has a normal battery life despite the QHD screen with a high refresh rate.

4. Back camera

For some, the design with the camera arrangement occupying the entire rear view isn’t a huge hit. You can’t argue about the taste, but I see advantages in this design. Unlike some other phones with a regular camera, the phone is completely flat on the table.

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5. No problems with the fingerprint scanner (yet)

Again, this is an early claim, but I haven’t had any issues with the accuracy and responsiveness of the fingerprint scanner so far. he is Not the fastestBut the performance is unobtrusive and so far it works accurately.

6. Auto brightness

Google usually has a pretty cool system that determines the automatic brightness of phones based on the remaining battery capacity and the light in your environment. With the Pixel 6 Pro, I’ve seen that the screen sometimes gets really dark in one fell swoop under unexpected circumstances. It might be a bug, but it’s something to watch for.

More about Google Pixel 6 series

Do you want to know everything about what this phone offers you? Then read the articles below. Expect a Pixel 6 Pro review soon, also here on Androidworld.

Winton Frazier

 "Amateur web lover. Incurable travel nerd. Beer evangelist. Thinker. Internet expert. Explorer. Gamer."

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