Google made the jump to flagship pricing with the first Pixel back in 2016. It’s been a roller coaster of pricing and features since. Its high-end phones kept getting more expensive over the next couple of years, forcing the company to introduce affordable alternatives with the “a” series. Google also changes its strategy last year with the Pixel 5, which was a premium mid-ranger more than a true flagship. However, Google is back in the high-end territory this year with the latest Pixel 6 series.
The Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro bring key upgrades across the board. From the completely new design and camera setup to a new homebrewed Tensor processor and more RAM than we’ve ever seen on a Pixel, there’s plenty to get excited about.