The Pixel 6 Pro marks Google’s reentry into the premium smartphone market, and it is significantly cheaper than its flagship rivals.
Recent Pixel 6 Pro Stories
Google has admitted what independent tests already proved: the Pixel 6 Pro doesn’t really charge all that quickly. But as suspected, that’s by design.
If the Pixel 6 series has a serious problem---and it does---it’s the in-display fingerprint reader, which is slow and unreliable.
When my wife and I drove to Washington D.C. this past weekend, I used Google Maps on the Pixel 6 Pro for navigation. Hilarity ensued.
The Pixel 6 Pro is fantastic. But anyone familiar with Google’s troubled Pixel lineup won’t be surprised to discover that there are issues too.
A day later, I’ve mostly configured the Pixel 6 Pro the way I prefer, and I’ve started taking photos. Here are some more observations.
It’s obvious from the moment you open the box that Pixel 6 Pro is something new, different, and better than Pixels past.
As I noted in my Google Pixel 6 Pro Preview, eager would-be buyers of the new handset experienced horrific problems preordering them.
As promised, I preordered a Google Pixel 6 Pro, and I added a Google case and 30-watt power adapter to the order as well.