Google is back with two smartphones, the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro. The second, the better off of the duo, offers a large LTPO screen, the new Tensor chip and a triple photo module intended to appeal to lovers of mobile photography.
Large smartphone with a completely renewed design, compared to previous Pixels, and quite divisive, the Pixel 6 Pro benefits from impeccable manufacturing quality, but also from a beautiful adaptive 120 Hz Oled screen. If we can regret its passable autonomy, the smartphone stands out from the crowd of premium models – billed a few hundred euros more than it – by its uncompromising power, but also its versatility in photography, especially at night, driven by Google’s algorithms. A success, then.
- Often stunning night photos.
- Very powerful Tensor chip.
- Beautiful 120 Hz Oled screen.
- Weight contained in relation to its format.
- Neat design.
- Dividing design.
- Charging not very fast.
- Average autonomy.
- Charger optional.
NB: The reported price drop is calculated by comparing the lowest price of the day with the average of the lowest prices charged by all merchants for the product last month, with security rules to exclude prices from shops whose the VAT policy is not clear (known as “grey” shops, typically in the case of imports from China).
Like its predecessor, the Google Pixel 7 is an excellent smartphone. It benefits from a beautiful screen, a powerful SoC and a very good photo sensor duo. In addition, its price positioning makes it more affordable than the vast majority of its high-end competitors, without making any real concessions. We can certainly blame him for his heating in game, his always slow recharging or his too great similarity with the Pixel 6, but these defects weigh little with regard to the general experience, even more intuitive under Android 13.