Software giant Google has officially announced the launch of its much-awaited Pixel 6 at its fall event. This premium smartphone is powered by Google’s in-house Tensor chipset. The device is the first to come with Android 12 out of the box. Also recently Google’s biggest Rival Apple announced the iPhone 13 series. Both iPhone 13 and Pixel 6 bear an eye-catching design. But there is a huge price difference between both the phones. Let’s compare both handsets to see which one is more value for money. Google Pixel 6 Vs iPhone 13
Google Pixel 6: 6.4-inch LTPO display and it supports an adaptive refresh rate up to 90Hz.
iPhone 13: 6.06 inches Super Retina XDR display
Google Pixel 6: Google’s in-house Tensor chipset
iPhone 13: A15 Bionic chipset
Google Pixel 6: 50MP primary sensor that binds images down to 12.5MP. There is a 12MP ultra-wide lens
iPhone 13: Dual rear cameras- 12MP wide-angle and 12MP ultra-wide lens
Google Pixel 6: 8MP selfie camera
iPhone 13: 12MP selfie camera
RAM and storage
Google Pixel 6: 8GB of RAM and 128GB/256GB of UFS 3.1 storage.
iPhone 13: 128GB storage, 256GB storage and 512GB storage
Google Pixel 6: 4,614mAh battery that comes with wireless and 30W fast charging support.
iPhone 13: 3,240 mAh
Google Pixel 6: Android 12
iPhone 13: iOS 15
Google Pixel 6: $599 that translates to Rs 44,971
iPhone 13: Rs 79,999
Like we said earlier both the phones come with a fresh design, but the camera rear bar on the Google Pixel 6 not only makes it appear unique but adds premiumness to its form factor. Also here Apple has a notch for the selfie camera, whereas Google has a punch hole cutout making the screen look appealing and less intrusive.
There is a slight difference in the screen size and resolution. The iPhone offers a 60Hz refresh rate whereas the Pixel comes with 90Hz refresh rate support. The Pixel 6 gives a tough fight to the iPhone 13 in terms of dimensions and cameras. In addition to this, Google’s phone is priced much cheaper than Apple iPhone 13. So if you are planning to upgrade your Android phone then we would recommend you to go for Google Pixel 6.
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