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Google Pixel 6 Pro User Reviews Back

Overall user rating

9.7

The overall rating is the average of all user reviews, while the overall alternatives are the ones that has been listed most.

Reception
9.3
Display
10.0
Build quality
10.0
Text input
10.0
Everyday usage
10.0
UI speed
10.0
Camera
10.0
Multimedia
10.0
Internet
9.7
Call quality
10.0
Battery
10.0
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highwaysnobbery posted on Dec 07, 2021, 12:18 PM
Posts: 75; Member since: Feb 19, 2013

9.0

Almost Perfect

highwaysnobbery has owned it for less than 3 months before publishing this review

This is a premium phone. My only issue has been a hit and miss modem. The fingerprint sensor does require a deliberate push. I take a lot of pictures in low light and it's been uh stellar. The phone feels really premium but is as slippery as a fish, put a case on it.

Build quality
10.0
Reception
8.0
Could be bad 5G implementation in my area but it's been rather hit and miss.
Call quality
10.0
Internet
9.0
Again, with hit and miss signal.
Multimedia
10.0
Camera
10.0
OMG it's so good.
UI speed
10.0
Everyday usage
10.0
Text input
10.0
Display
10.0
Very nice!
Battery
10.0
It lasts about the same as my old Pixel 4XL which is to say I get 23 to 26 hours out of it which has been plenty.

Pros

  • Display
  • Camera
  • Battery

Cons

  • Modem can be hit and miss for me.
  • Fingerprint sensor can be finicky for some.

2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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sTanky posted on Dec 11, 2021, 11:34 AM
Posts: 0; Member since: Apr 09, 2017

10.0

WOWEE COWGIRL!

sTanky has owned it for less than month before publishing this review

I've been a Google Phone connoisseur from back in the Nexus days. Six or eight months ago I thought I'd try a new phone so I bought a OnePlus 8 5g. Nice phone, decent features, but it wasn't a Pixel. I recently received my Pixel 6 Pro. Mein Gott what a nice phone in all respects.

Build quality
10.0
Well put together. It all just works.
Reception
10.0
Call quality
10.0
Internet
10.0
Multimedia
10.0
Camera
10.0
You'll understand after you take a few pictures. This is by far the best camera I've ever had on a phone. Heck, it's even better than my Nikon
UI speed
10.0
Maybe even too fast
Everyday usage
10.0
Text input
10.0
Display
10.0
Battery
10.0

Pros

  • This camera is exceptional. Google has always had outstanding cameras due to the AI software manipulation of the photos. Previously they only had to use mid-level hardware to achieve the highest standards. Now, their optical hardware and chipset match the software. No phone has a better camera. Thanks Google!

2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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ryan.g.jones posted on Nov 08, 2021, 12:44 PM
Posts: 0; Member since: Oct 23, 2019

10.0

Google Gets It Right... Mostly

ryan.g.jones has owned it for less than month before publishing this review

What I love about this phone is its quality. In past Google had a frustrating habit of building mid-grade phones with late model chips top tier cameras, and Google exclusive gimmicks. This often forced fans of Google to settle for less than the best in tech. This phone is a message to Pixel fans and competitors that those days are done. Beginning with the screen, it's simply beautiful and with the insane refresh rate navigating the phone and apps feels and looks smoother than on any previous Pixel. The curved screen does feel a little strange but it barely ever crosses my mind it's there.

The phone is also speedy with the onboard Tensor chip. I have experienced only one significant glitch on my phone in the nearly three weeks I have had it.

I have larger hands so the phone feels comfortable and easy to manage. Part of the reason for this is because Google kept the power and volume buttons near the middle of the phone so even folks with smaller hands will find the phone functional.

Battery life is pretty fantastic. I upgraded to the Pixel 6 from the Pixel 4 and was constantly worried about being near a charger with the 4. The Pixel 6 Pro leaves that problem in the past.

Overall this is an amazing phone and a great value, starting at $899. Simply put, you get a top of the line phone, the best features, and pay less... I'm not sure how much more anyone could want.

Build quality
10.0
The phone feels solid and looks beautiful with it's glass back and two-tone color scheme.
Reception
10.0
Had no issues with the reception.
Call quality
10.0
The excellent speakers make call quality crystal clear.
Internet
10.0
Perfect for fast browsing on the go.
Multimedia
10.0
Again, the speakers are able to put out solid sound and the app control widgets are easy to use.
Camera
10.0
One of if not the best in any phone on the market.
UI speed
10.0
Tensor and the multiple onboard processors make this phone fast and effective at multitasking.
Everyday usage
10.0
The only slight issue is the sluggishness of the fingerprint scanner.
Text input
10.0
The screen feel is balanced and enjoyable.
Display
10.0
The refresh rate is insane and colors are perfect on this next level screen.
Battery
10.0
This is an all day grind and play kind of phone. You can leave your charger at home and whenever you do need a charge the phone does charge rather quickly.

Pros

  • Beautiful Screen with Insane Refresh Rate
  • Specs on Par with More Expensive Phones

Cons

  • Fingerprint scanner can be sluggish
  • The best of Google comes in only XL size

4 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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