Google's Real Tone Ad Shows The Power Of Pixel 6 Cameras

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Google recently released an ad that emphasizes the capabilities of the new Pixel 6 camera. This ad focuses on the Real Tone feature and shows how much this feature can improve the quality of the Pixel 6 camera.

Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro are new to the market, but fans are excited about their features, especially camera capabilities. Google’s new advert tries to convince fans that the Real Tone feature will help them to take more accurate photographs.

One of the most common lacks in smartphone cameras is their inability to capture the skin tones accurately. However, the Real Tone feature will help solve this.


People of color often complain that their skin tone is not well reflected in photos taken by smartphones. Being over-brightened or desaturated are common problems while taking shots from people of color.

Real Tone will be a core feature at Pixel 6 & Pixel 6 Pro camera

But the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro cameras want to represent a real skin tone. For this, Google claims that the diversity of datasets is improved to capture better scenes with sufficient light. The company said that the camera at Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro is much better at detecting faces in the launch event.

Also, there is a more nuanced auto-white balance, and the auto exposure is improved. Less stray light and less blurry portraits are also added to the camera.


The truth is the camera is a core feature for the new Pixel series. Moreover, in our review of the new Pixels, we admired the camera capabilities at capturing accurate scenes. It’s clear that Google is trying to create an equal photography experience for all people, regardless of their skin color. As the company said in its blog post, its goal is to make “image tools more fair for everyone.”

However, Real Tone features won’t be limited to the Pixel phone’s camera. The company has recently announced that Real Tone is coming to Google Photos. Google Photos’ auto enhancement feature also went through some changes to improve the picture’s color and lighting. Google says that it works for all skin tones.