Google Pixel 6
Google Tensor processor
Boasting the new Google Tensor processor, the improved Pixel 6 is here. Google's own processor has been custom made and tuned just for the Pixel. It comes with a huge improvement in speech and text recognition - powerful enough to translate in real time. Listen, chat and read in 55 languages. Even without an internet connection.
To keep your private life truly private, there's the Titan M2 chip. Dedicated just to security, it watches over multiple layers of protection so your data stay absolutely safe.
More screen for your entertainment
If you love to game, stream and scroll - do it on the Pixel 6. Everything looks fantastic on the bright and colourful 6.4” Full HD+ OLED touchscreen. The smooth display means everything you do will be more responsive and fluid. So go on then, give it a swipe.
And there's no need to worry about a bit of rain. The water-resistant 100% recycled aluminium body has your back.
Studio-quality photos, even at night
Want to snap an amazing shot of the NYC skyline? The ultrawide and wide dual main cameras have you covered. And you can get the perfect in-the-club selfies for your night out thanks to the fantastic low light-capabilities. It's so good in fact, it can even capture the Milky Way.
Editing your photos has never been easier. With the Magic Eraser you can make objects disappear from your pictures with just a few taps. Remove the strangers wandering into your perfect shot and make it truly yours.
Battery to last the weekend
To save you some juice, the adaptive battery learns which apps you love and reduces the power on the ones you only use occasionally. Clever. Weekend away and forgotten the charger? The Pixel 6 can last up to 48 hours on a single charge thanks to the Extreme Battery Saver mode.
An Assistant of your own
Your daily tasks just got that little bit simpler. Google Assistant is here to give you hand, whether you want to send a text, get directions to a friend's house or set yourself a reminder to buy some milk. All you have to do is ask, “Hey Google.”