Google declared the newest success of its smartphones, Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro, supported by the company’s first chip known as Tensor. Google also launched Pixel Pass, a subscription service starting from $45 per month for US customers that will have the Pixel 6 and access to the premium of YouTube and YouTube Music.
The cost of Pixel 6 will begin at $599. Another Google smartphone, the Pixel 6 Pro, with a massive screen, telephoto camera lens and upgraded front camera, is $899. The design has a metal body and a black band in the back that includes the camera. Camera software repairs will permit better capture of darker skin tones, and the camera can lessen stray light in photos, which can make dark skin look ashy, and has developed white balance and exposure tuning to reflect perfect skin tone, Google said.