Google Pixel 6 – 5G Android Phone - Unlocked Smartphone with Wide and Ultrawide Lens - 128GB - Stormy Black

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Features

  • Unlocked Android 5G phone gives you the flexibility to change carriers and choose your own data plan[1]; Pixel 6 is fast, smart, and secure, and adapts to you
  • The powerful Google Tensor processor is the first processor designed by Google and made for Pixel; it keeps your phone fast, your games rich, and your personal info safe
  • Pixels 50 megapixel rear camera captures 150% more light for photos with richer colors and more detail[2]
  • Professional tools like Magic Eraser[3], Motion Mode, and Portrait Mode keep your photos sharp, accurate, and focused
  • Pixels fast charging[4] all day battery adapts to you and saves power for apps you use most[5]
  • Privacy and protection are built into your Pixel smartphone; backed by the Titan M2 security chip, 5 years of updates, and the security core[6]
  • New Pixel experience is more modern and intuitive, with colors that reflect your personal style; the At a Glance feature shows you the apps and info you need when you need it, like a boarding pass before a flight[7]
  • Live Translate helps you translate live video captions, private chats and messages, and signs in up to 55 languages right on your cell phone[8]; no apps, internet, or language courses required[9]
  • New 6.4 inch Smooth Display[10] is made with the toughest Gorilla Glass yet[11] to keep your smartphone protected; the high refresh rate means more responsive gaming and scrolling
  • Please refer to the product description section below for all applicable legal disclaimers denoted by the bracketed numbers in the preceding bullet points (e.g., [1], [2], etc.)

Description

Size:128 GB | Color:Stormy Black Meet Pixel 6, the Google 5G cell phone that’s completely reimagined, inside and out.[1] Powered by the custom Google Tensor processor, it’s fast, smart, and secure. And it adapts to you. And it’s an unlocked Android smartphone, so you can choose the data plan and carrier that work for you.[1] [1] Works with all major carriers. Contact carrier for details. 5G service is carrier dependent. Requires a 5G data plan (sold separately). 5G service not available on all carrier networks or in all areas. Contact carrier for details. 5G service, speed and performance depend on many factors, including carrier network capabilities and signal strength. Actual results may vary. Some features not available in all areas. Data rates may apply. See g.co/pixel/networkinfo for info. [2] Compared to main rear camera on Pixel 5. [3] Magic Eraser may not work on all image elements. [4] Fast wired charging rates are based upon use of the Google 30W USB-C® Charger plugged into a wall outlet. Compatible with USB PD 3.0 PPS adapters. Actual results may be slower. Adapters sold separately.


Product Dimensions: 6.24 x 2.94 x 0.35 inches


Item Weight: 13.4 ounces


Item model number: GA02900-US


Batteries: 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)


OS: Android


RAM: 8 GB


Connectivity technologies: Bluetooth, Wi-Fi


Other display features: Wireless


Device interface - primary: Touchscreen


Other camera features: Rear, Front


Form Factor: Smartphone


Colour: Stormy Black


Battery Power Rating: 4524


Included Components: Cell Phone, USB Cable


Manufacturer: Google


Date First Available: October 19, 2021


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Top Amazon Reviews


1.0 out of 5 stars | Disappointment for google design team-- going back to my Pixel 4 A
Size: 128 GB Color: Sorta Seafoam
This phone was a major disappointment and my pixel 4a brought me better value and quality. First, the phone is heavy and feels awkward in the hand. The battery barely last the day and the quality of the screen is barely better than my last pixel. I am either going back to my pixel 4A-- which is lighter, more affordable and has a great battery for the money. In short, as a pixel fan...who waited months for this phone and read every article about it with excitement i am disappointed and expect to return this heavy and unbalanced phone. ( top heavy with the cameras)... Google needs to rethink design and go back to the success of the 4 A-- value for the money with great design. Even the Iphone 12 makes better sense in terms of price and quality..... avoid this phone..
Reviewed in the United States on November 2, 2021 by sanjuan787

1.0 out of 5 stars | Doesn't come with a charger
Size: 128 GB Color: Sorta Seafoam
I haven't had much time to use the phone yet, but when I opened the box I was shocked to find that it DOES NOT COME WITH A WALL CHARGER! It only comes with a USB3 charger. I. Can't believe Google is following Apple's footsteps of nickel and diming their customers over the most basic necessary accessories. Super lame.
Reviewed in the United States on November 6, 2021 by QuellaPenny

4.0 out of 5 stars | Great Screen, great camera shots and speedy under screen finger print ID is a work in progress.
Size: 128 GB Color: Sorta Seafoam
I purchased my unlocked Pixel 6 direct from the Google Store, it arrived on the 28th of Oct. I was pleasantly surprised, coming from a Pixel 4a that it was easy to hold on to. Here is the good and the not so good. THE GOOD 1. Priced fair $599 for a phone this good a great. 2. The screen is very nice, the move from a 60hz refresh rate (Pixel4a) to the 90hz refresh rate is wonderful, the clarity is much better, screen colors look great. I'm sure they may not be perfect but in everyday usage it is outstanding. 3. The screen is a pleasure to use, the Gorilla Glass is clear and basically no fingerprint smudge. I had ordered 2 different screen protectors from Amazon, the less of the 2 arrived before the phone arrived, it looks good, but the smoothness of the Gorilla Glass was more satisfying. 4. Android 12 is delightful, I had been trying the Beta on my Pixel 4a so the learning curve was small. I like it, your milage may vary. 5. The interrogation of spam call screening and blocking is for the most part outstanding, what a time saver and stress reducer. 6. Being able to press down on your app and have side menus is wonderful 7. The call quality is excellent ( of course you milage may vary due to your carrier) The not so good: 1. The fingerprint scanner is temperamental at times. I discovered it likes your finger flat on it, more successful sign ons when using it. The screen protector did cut down on the accuracy somewhat, not really the Pixels fault, hopefully when the better quality screen protector arrives it will make it easier . 2. An unlocked phone is not necessarily an unlocked phone. I have been using Visable (Verizon's online company) Have loved it, works as well as one can expect Verizon to work, looked on their site, they were showing the Pixel 6 and 6 pro coming, great I thought, well was I wrong, the 6 comes with Sub 6Ghz but not with 5G mmWave and our good friends, as I discovered only support 5G mmWave, Yikes. Now I could really care less, it seems 5G mmWave is faster but has a horrible range, the 6Ghz isn't as fast but much better range. My bad for not catching that, it appears that most everyone else supports 6GHz which in the wide open spaces would seem to make more sense. The super geeks can debate that one. So Google Fi is now my carrier, too early to tell if we will be in a long term relationship, or just a fall fling. 3. Battery so far average, but I am a heavy user, I reserve long term judgement, it still gets me thru the day, not 2 days. In closing: I do believe this a worthwhile phone, seems like a good build quality, I move forward from my 4a. Is it perfect, no, but neither am I. Glad I bought it.
Reviewed in the United States on November 1, 2021 by Lee H.

2.0 out of 5 stars | Why is this considered an amazing value?
Size: 128 GB Color: Sorta Seafoam
It's an open secret that the North American market doesn't have access to very many smartphones, thanks to our usage of non-standard cellular bands. Asian markets generally have much more choice from the likes of Xiaomi, Oppo, OnePlus, Redmi, and so on, but those phones won't work well (or at all) here in the states. I preface the review with that fact because, comparing actual hardware value for money, the Pixel 6, at $600, doesn't stack up well to the litany of high-spec Chinese phones that are available today. I came from, and went back to, a OnePlus 8T 5G which I bought for $399 on sale and which gives me twice the storage, 4GB more RAM, a brighter, higher refresh rate display, more accurate optical fingerprint sensor, and admittedly worse (but not markedly so) camera. The Pixel 6 is a nice deviation in design from Google, but the massive camera visor is generally a love it or hate it design choice; it makes the phone top heavy and, coupled with the all-glass design of the phone, necessitates using a case. The cameras are good, even without the 4x optical zoom telephoto sensor you get on the Pixel 6 Pro, but they're not as good as those on the iPhone 13 or Galaxy S21 Ultra, in my estimation. Yes, those phones are more expensive than the Pixel 6, and compared to the competition around $600, the P6 does quite well. Some criticisms are that photos are excessively processed/too HDR-y and that low light photos just aren't mindblowing anymore, which is odd given the larger sensor compared to older Pixels (eg: Pixel 5). I don't see a lot of difference in picture quality between the Pixel 5's photos and the Pixel 6's, but maybe if you sit around, editing on a 4K display all day, you'd notice more detail from the P6's sensor. Battery life is another sore point, given Google's claims of improved efficiency thanks to their in-house Tensor SoC design. The long and short is battery life isn't great--it's adequate. You'd expect more from a 4600mAh battery in a phone with these specs, but maybe the two high-clocked X1 cores Google uses just sucks more energy than we expected. Pixel 5 and 5a battery life are significantly better, in my experience. One issue is that, depending on your submodel, this phone just uses exorbitant amounts of power on 5G sub-6 and 5G Ultra-wideband. Unfortunately, some cell carriers restrict you from disabling 5G, and LTE does provide better battery life than 5G. The display is fine, but I expected higher maximum brightness. I can't find any figures for maximum nits on the P6, only the P6 Pro, so my complaint here is subjective. Compared to the massive maximum brightness of phones like the iPhone 13 Pro, the OnePlus 9 Pro, Samsung S21/S21 Ultra, this one's a letdown. Adaptive brightness also seems buggy and overly sensitive, adjusting the screen brightness continually even when ambient lighting doesn't change. The speakers are equally underwhelming. They're fine--sensing a pattern yet? There are plenty of phones with better/louder speakers on the market in late 2021. Google's solution seems to be a software one, with their plan to add in 'Adaptive Sound'. Whether this makes the phone louder in noisy environments remains to be seen. The fingerprint sensor is disappointing. Accuracy isn't very good, regardless of how many times you re-enroll fingerprints or add new fingers. Time to unlock is pretty slow compared to other phones with optical and ultrasonic sensors. I greatly prefer capacitive fingerprint readers, ideally built into the power button. Google's move to in-display sensors just to follow market trends is a step backwards. Still better than Apple and their slavish dedication to face unlock, though! Overall, this feels like a $400 phone, not a $600 one. I don't know if Google is aware, but the smartphone market is saturated. You can't bring half-baked, mediocre products to market and ask premium prices for them. All of their machine learning, claims of improved security, custom chips, and software 'experiences' won't change a phone that's fundamentally just mediocre. Oh, and I returned mine because it kept making calls to people in my contact list and overheating while charging.
Reviewed in the United States on November 10, 2021 by Matt F

2.0 out of 5 stars | A big, clunky, and heavy Google Pixel phone experience!
Size: 256 GB Color: Stormy Black
I have always been a fan of the Google Pixel experience and was very excited for the Pixel 6. However, I could not get past how big, clunky, and heavy the phone is! After about 5 minutes of holding/handling the phone I knew there is no way I was keeping it. Why they didn't make it the perfect size of the pixel 5 is beyond me! There is certainly no need for the only options to be big phones. Disappointed to say the least! Hopefully Google gives it's fans different size options next year!
Reviewed in the United States on November 3, 2021 by Jessica Orr

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