When it comes to that phones, which is more better? The biggest question the public wants answer is “which smartphone has the best cameras”, with a few devices and manufacturers in between providing us an answer. That said, we will take two of these flagships for this review to do exactly that. This time around we’re going into both the Galaxy S21 series and the OnePlus 8T series and see how they compare to each other. We are also taking a look at all smartphones from Apple and not just their flagship iPhone models. The main point here is, the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro are both superb phones, but they are quite different, so let’s get down to it. This article follows up on the announcement by Google itself that you can buy Pixel 5 devices rather than getting the regular 3 and 4 series, as well as how you can choose to use either Pixel 6 or Pixel 6 Pro as your main phone.
Google Pixel 6 vs Apple iPhone 13 (Review):
Both brands offer excellent battery life for their flagships, and while they aren’t incredibly fast, it doesn’t mean that it is significantly slower than average smartphone. Both phones have comparable performance when it comes to high end photography features such as a 50MP f/1.8 aperture sensor. The Pixel 6 series has a 16MP front camera, which provides excellent image quality that is comparable to that found in similar flagships, but when it comes to video recording as well as video shooting, there’s a lot more to Pixel 6 or even the next generation flagship smartphone. While Google does offer some very nice extras like its Edge software suite, but overall, it’s worth remembering that what you get in Pixel 6 isn’t exactly equivalent to what you get in Pixel 5 or Pixel 4. There’s a trade-off that makes Pixel 5 a little easier to recommend over Pixel 6, especially when compared to the fact that it is still running Android 10 out-of-the-box, but the last three years of updates for Pixel 5 have made things much harder. Thankfully for this review, we will be focusing primarily on the two flagships but we will be looking at future versions as well.