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  • Mrwhosetheboss

    Once you’ve watched the video let me know - Was the Pixel worth the hype in the end?

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  • Teo Dumi
    Teo Dumi

    It is easy to overlook how much work goes into creating reviews like this. Working with video occasionally, I can only imagine the effort you put in. Kudos to you and your team!

  • RS USA
    RS USA

    Both great camera options. Amazing how far these two tech giants have come.

  • DevinWxChase

    Thankfully stills are what I care about more in my phone camera(the 4x zoom specifically), so I'm pleased with the Pixel 6 Pro camera. Pretty incredible what the iPhone can do with video still, would be tempted to jump ship if I was looking more at video than stills. The good news with the Pixel 6 Pro though is the hardware is already leaps and bounds ahead, Google is fully capable of coming back to it and updating the software and squeeze even more out of it. At least I hope they do lol.

  • Mark Kendrick
    Mark Kendrick

    I have a feeling that some of the Pixel shortcomings can be addressed with software updates. That said the A15’s power allows for real-time processing of photos and videos which is a huge advantage. I’m hoping that with future Tensor releases we can see increased power.

  • Oscar Hernandez
    Oscar Hernandez

    As someone who almost exclusively takes photos, i am very happy with the Google pixel :) the iphone has great camera but I just always enjoy how much more vivid the photos on the Google pixel are captured

  • Vineet

    Making a video that is 22 minutes long and maintain the level of engagement throughout the end, hats off to your effort dude. This video went silky smooth.

  • GerbilNoises

    I say for once the camera's are equal, that one issue with the software will most definitely get fixed in an update. They usually listen to the community pretty well when it comes to the camera app.

  • Gabriel Recchi
    Gabriel Recchi

    Man, I absolutely love your videos and style... keep it up! That being said, I feel like this comparison is unfair to the pixel... even with all the hype there was around it's launch, you can't forget that the price difference is huge. But thanks for always being honest and pointing out all the weaknesses phones have. Can't wait for your next video! Cheers

  • Junior

    Keep in mind: this is the first generation of Google's new Tensor chip and their first attempt at a flagship phone. If the Pixel has this amount of competitiveness while cheaper, incumbent software updates and future optimization are on pace to surpass the iPhone. We'll see if Google can deliver.

  • Nickayz

    Your level of detail in this video is insane. I have no plans on buying a new phone anytime soon, but this were really enjoyable - also from a technical perspective - 22 minutes.

  • Mizzoumike000

    Surprised the pixel is doing so well with next to no software updates yet . Probably a good sign moving forward

  • crypt0 w1tch
    crypt0 w1tch

    I feel like Google will address these issues with software updates. They're really great about continually improving the phone you already own.

  • Chris D
    Chris D

    I like the extra photo features on the pixel camera app, but besides from the astrophotography and a few of the night time photos (due to the pixel using twice the exposure time), I think overall I prefer what Apple does to the processing of the photos on the iPhone. I don’t see the pixel as having a much better dynamic range either. I feel it just washes out the shadows and the added shadow information looks a bit out of place and highlights seem a bit artificial looking. I’ll probably skip the 13 pro though and see what the 14 brings to the table. I mostly use my device for video but I think the cinematic mode on the iPhone has a long way to go before it’s actually usable.

  • KK

    Can you do a camera test after couple of months once google pushes out software updates after all the feedback? With the hardware and software integration, google has a lot of scope to improve as its a very potential hardware inside.

  • Ryan Aubin
    Ryan Aubin

    Had mine for a a week now and it's amazing. Buddy of mine works at Verizon and has the 13 Pro and he was really impressed with the 6 Pro and its build. The open source-ness of the Android based phone is worth the switch alone.

  • JannyUK

    I think the pixel will become better once software has been improved. It's a big step so may take some time for improvements.

  • MoonFigures

    This came up automatically while watching some Pixel videos and I just wanted to say that I moved from the Pixel 3XL to the Pixel 6 this month, and I got extremely excited about the camera. The pictures I took looked stellar. The background blurring in portrait mode seems to be much smarter this round and was able to figure out my curly hair and has finally stopped getting confused about where my head begins and ends.

  • Sneha Joshi
    Sneha Joshi

    The effort that went into this! I waited to watch this since launch day and was soo NOT disappointed! Soo well done 👏🏻