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Google Pixel 6
GooglePix6 · 21 hours ago
Excellent phone great improvement coming from a Pixel 2 XL! Takes beautiful photos and the battery lasts a long time. It takes a little bit of time using a finger scaner, but the more I use it the better I get to familiarize myself with how to place the finger. I'm sure Google will continue to do software upgrades that eventually will improve performance.
A good Pixel phone, and Android 12 has nice features too
Will · 23 hours ago
Yes, I'd recommend this product.
I have had the Pixel 6 (P6) for a month or so, and used Android 12 (A12) before I got this phone. Since many reviews express frustration with A12, I will try to separate my review accordingly. Even with some of the frustrations that many complain about here, I consider the P6 a good solid phone. Yes, this phone is much heaver than the Pixel 3 (P3). Combined with the style of my case that has sharper edges, holding this phone feels like I am holding a small slab of stone or metal. The weight does make it tough to hold one-handed without something for support when reading it or surfing. When talking, I was less concerned with the weight. The fingerprint scanner is no less glitchy than my old P3 finger print scanner, and similar to the P3 it will not work well when your hands are wet. Having it on the front provides some benefits since I can leave my phone on the charger or on the table and still access it, though I lost the ability to orient my phone easily without looking at it. Thumb prints work better than forefingers. For reference, I did not purchase the phone until after the A12 update was published that included finger print scanner improvements. The Pixel line has historically had poor battery life, though the P6 does appear to be an improvement. While upgrading the OS to A12 dropped my P3's battery life from about 8 hours to barely 4, the battery life on the P6 even with A12 is good enough to only need a charge once a day if that often. I have not tried a day of gaming or movies on my phone to test active use. I am still playing with the camera, and find the details it picks up quite nice. I was able to "sneak" a photo from further away than I would like, and cropped the image with sufficient detail remaining. The Magic Eraser tool is surprisingly useful, and even works on photos taken with the P3. The background generated behind the removed item is visible when you know where to look, but upon first glance the effects are quite good for an automated system on a phone. Finally, regarding Android 12 (A12), it does appear to be an improvement over the previous versions. The ability to drill-down into permissions is quite nice, as is the indicator lights for when an app is using certain phone features. The default settings are a bit overzealous with regards to battery and location access, and needs adjusting. Unfortunately, 3rd party apps have not quite picked up the Material You icon theme yet, so unless your screen only has Google apps, the application of the Material You theme to the app icons will make things look messier.