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Google Pixel 6 - IT'S TIME - Review

  Google Pixel 6 The Pixel cameras have been in a weird spot for a couple of years;  the Pixel 2 in 2017 was an incredible leap forward for smartphone photography, but features like Night Sight aside, the Pixel 3, 4, and even the Pixel 5 were mostly evolutions on the same hardware and software formula, making what sometimes felt like subjective tweaks more than clear improvements to image quality.  It’s to Google’s credit that they’ve still remained among the very best phone cameras you can buy. If Samsung or even OnePlus stuck with the exact same sensor for three iterations of its flagship device, they would be laughed out of existence. But for Google, that's not the case.   Google Pixel 6 For one thing, Google is still using the same Sony IMX363 12.2-megapixel primary sensor as in the last few Pixel phones. Google told last year that keeping the same sensor continuity helps its Pixel camera team refine algorithms from generation to generation and that there wasn’t a part on the m

Google Pixel 6 Review -SohozSell

  Google Pixel 6 Review  So the Google Pixel 5 hasn’t been out for that long, the phone was only launched in October last year but the world of smartphones moves fast and we already have some potential details of the next flagship phone from Google, the Pixel 6. The internal code names for the future Pixel phones have been leaked last year, Passport, Raven, and Oriole.Passport is for the alleged foldable phone from Google that may or may not launch this year. But Raven and Oriole are for the Pixel 6 and perhaps the Pixel 6 XL. Google decided against releasing a Pixel 5 XL last year because they changed their direction slightly when it comes to their phone releases, with the company moving away from fitting them out with the very best available tech. Instead, all the Google phones last year include more modest mid-range chipsets and price tags that sit below rival handsets from Samsung and Apple. They were also notably smaller phones, offering a respite from the usual barrage of huge An