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Google’s Pixel 6 is the biggest challenge to the iPhone

By: Aryaman Bhatia, Science and Tech Editor, The Pawprint DAA

Google’s Pixel might be the best android smartphone yet! Google is taking pages from Apple’s book, like how they are making their own processor called the Tensor chip. 

It also has some of the best cameras in any phone, to the point where it probably will be able to beat Apple in many ways like night mode and ultrawide shots. 

The new chip will also have improved A.I. capabilities which can give Apple’s LIDAR sensor a run for its money.

Furthermore, the Pixel 6 can use AI and computational photography to enhance the video.

For example, while photographing a sunset, the Pixel 6 may automatically change the white balance and improve the dynamic range. 

Comparing that to Apple’s new camera sensors in the iPhone 13, they both have A.I, powered carters to make photos look more realistic which will definitely make consumers happy.

There are more improvements like the screen has a 120hz refresh rate instead of the 60hz that’s on the base iPhone. Google will also be launching their Pixel 6 Pro which will definitely be a competitor for the Apples Pro line. 

The normal Pixel 6 is $599 compared to Apples iPhone 13 $899, however the Pixel 6 Pro is $899 which can be compared to Apples pro phones which cost $1,099. However the only difference is that both models of the Pixel phones are still cheaper than the iPhones.

The phones will also have a Titan M2 security chip to help with the rising privacy concerns that Apple addressed during the launch of the iPhone 13 lineup. These two phones are definitely going to be direct competitors in this industry.

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