Google announced its new flagship smartphones yesterday, the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro. The company also shared a number of videos focused on those two devices. Well, we’ve grouped them in this article. If you’d like to check out all official Google Pixel 6 and 6 Pro videos, they’re embedded below.
Google published 13 official Pixel 6 & 6 Pro videos on YouTube
All of these videos have been published by ‘Made by Google’ YouTube channel, which is Google’s official channel. You will find 13 videos embedded below. The last one contains the entire launch event, if that’s something you’re interested in.
Some of these videos focus on the hardware of the two devices, while others focus on the features you’re getting. None of these videos are too long, well, except the launch event, which has a duration of almost an hour. The rest of them are a couple of minutes long, 10 minutes the most.
The first video is titled “Meet Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro”, and it’s the most general of the bunch. The “Design Tour – Pixel 6 Launch” video is more focused on the design of the two phones, in case you’re wondering about the differences.
One of the videos will show you the unboxing of the Pixel 6 series, while there’s also a video focused on Android 12. If you happen to be interested in the Google Tensor SoC, Google’s first mobile chip, that’s not a problem either.
There’s something for everyone embedded below
The bottom line is, there’s something for everyone embedded down below. Check out the title, and if it seems appealing to you, fire it up. These videos should help you decide which phone to get, as they’re both quite large, but the difference in price is quite considerable.
The Pixel 6 and 6 Pro are both quite powerful phones. The ‘Pro’ model is quite a bit more expensive, and many people would say it’s not worth it. Well, that will depend from one person to the next, of course.
The ‘Pro’ does have more to offer, but not much. Both phones have the same SoC, both have plenty of RAM. Both displays are quite good, and high refresh rate, the main camera on the back is identical on the two devices, and so on. We also have plenty of Pixel 6 content on the site, click here if you’re interested.